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Defence Contracts Online

July 20, 2017  |  Defence Contracts Online

Survey Reveals Cyber Security Lacking

A new survey has revealed a worrying trend in the security arena, with a third of security professionals lack effective intelligence to detect and action cyber threats. The survey, from Anomali – market leaders in threat intelligence platforms, also shows that almost a quarter believe they are over a year...
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IT Security Guru

July 19, 2017  |  IT Security Guru, Dean Alvarez

A Third of Security Professionals Under-Prepared to Defend Cyber Threats

One in three (32%) security professionals lack effective intelligence to detect and action cyber threats, according to a new survey* from Anomali, the provider of market-leading threat intelligence platforms. The results also revealed that almost a quarter (24%) believe they are at least one year behind the average threat actor, with half...
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eSecurity Planet

July 18, 2017  |  eSecurity Planet, Drew Robb

Eight Top Threat Intelligence Companies

Threat intelligence is a critical security tool that uses global security intelligence to detect malicious activity inside your network. These solutions can take a number of different forms. Threat intelligence feeds take security data from vendors, analysts and other sources about threats and unusual activity happening all around the...
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CSuite

July 13, 2017  |  CSuite , Anomali

A Third of Security Professionals Under-Prepared to Defend Cyber Threats

One in three (32%) security professionals lack effective intelligence to detect and action cyber threats, according to a new survey* from Anomali. The results also revealed that almost a quarter (24%) believe they are at least one year behind the average threat actor, with half of this sample admitting they are trailing...
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Information Age

July 13, 2017  |  Information Age, Nick Ismail

How Prepared are Security Professionals to Defend Cyber Threats?

Cyber threats, and the destruction they cause generate headline after headline, so to does aspects of the security industry’s seeming inability to defend these growing attacks. The results from the Anomali survey found one quarter (24%) of security professionals believe they are at least one year behind...
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betanews

July 13, 2017  |  betanews, Ian Barker

A Third of Security Professionals are Unprepared for Dealing with Cyber Threats

One in three security professionals lack effective intelligence to detect and action cyber threats, according to a new survey from threat intelligence platform Anomali. In addition 24 percent believe they are at least one year behind the average threat actor, with half of this sample admitting they are trailing by...
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Small Business UK

July 12, 2017  |  Small Business UK, Owen Gough

Leveraging that Phishing Email

In the world of credential theft, phishing continues to be a popular method of attack and is on the increase, as malicious actors become more sophisticated and targeted in their methods. In fact, 64 per cent of global firms have experienced at least one disruption as a result of malicious...
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Information Age

July 2, 2017  |  Information Age, Nick Ismail

What Organisations Need to Know About Indiscriminate and Targeted Attacks

First WannaCry, and now Petya/NotPetya. Hackers are faster, quicker, and becoming more aggressive, adaptable and assertive. It has never been more important for organisations to assimilate intelligence from multiple sources in order to understand how an attack may have been conducted. One approach is through analysing the motivations behind...
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NANALYZE

July 2, 2017  |  NANALYZE

4 AI Cybersecurity Startups Using Predictive Analytics

Another month and another worldwide cyberattack. The latest ransomware scourge appears to have used hacking tools developed by the friendly, if nosey, folks at the U.S. National Security Agency. This is far worse than when the malware from the porn site you’ve been streaming from floods...
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Security Week

June 29, 2017  |  Security Week , Ionut Arghire

NotPetya - Destructive Wiper Disguised as Ransomware

The Petya/NotPetya ransomware used in the global attack ongoing for the past two days was in fact hiding a wiper and was clearly aimed at data destruction, security researchers have discovered. The attack started on June 27, with the largest number of victims being reported in Ukraine, where it...
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