November 16, 2020 | Politico, Martin Matishak
Anomali and OneFirewall are the latest companies to join the Cyber Threat Alliance, bringing the non-profit organization’s membership to 28. “Both companies will bring their unique perspectives and data sources to the Alliance, further expanding and diversifying the information shared within CTA,” Michael Daniel,…
November 12, 2020 | Data Breach Today, Tom Field
The lack of automation and actionable threat intelligence may be preventing enterprises from developing the fully functional Cyber Fusion Centers they envision. Anomali's Mark Alba shares ideas on how to change that. Alba is Chief Product Officer at Anomali, joining the company in April 2020. Mark has over 20 years of…
November 9, 2020 | EM360 Tech
Cybercrime and data breaches are a constant concern for today's growing businesses. Whether you're a small venture or a large enterprise, no organisation can afford to fall victim to an attack. Unfortunately, as the threats grow more complex, today's businesses often struggle to ensure they're fully protected.
October 31, 2020 | SC Media, SC Media
Anomali correlates millions of indicators of compromise against real-time network activity logs and forensic data to detect and identify adversaries early in the kill chain. This product combines automated intelligence collection, curation, and enrichment to make threat intelligence readily available to security teams.
October 19, 2020 | VoiceAmerica, George Rettas
Most people understand the role that intelligence operations play in government organizations. For instance, most people have a general idea of what three letter agencies like the CIA and the NSA do for the United States. But why do Fortune 500 Companies need Threat Intelligence Operations? The Sr. Director of Cyber Intelligence…
October 9, 2020 | eSecurity Planet , Kyle Guercio
Threat Intelligence Platforms (TIP) are critical security tools that use global security data to help proactively identify, mitigate and remediate security threats. New and continually evolving threats are surfacing every day. While security analysts know the key to staying ahead of these threats is to analyze data on them, the…
October 8, 2020 | SC Magazine, Joe Uchill
Since its inception in 2016, the Department of Homeland Security’s threat-sharing platform has been plagued by a lack of participation from public and private organizations alike. DHS is now vowing to make improvements, as the security community calls for better quality of data and more tangible payback for opting in.
October 6, 2020 | Enterprise Channels MEA, Khaled Chatila
The Middle East represents one of the most vibrant economies in the world while promising to be a cradle of innovation for decades to come. This is not lost on cybercriminals, who continue to hammer the region’s businesses with ongoing attacks. With the emergence of bold initiatives such as NEOM in Saudi Arabia and other…
October 3, 2020 | The Cyberwire
Threat actors and cybercriminals that don’t have the ability to develop their own ransomware for malicious campaigns can turn to the Smaug Ransomware as a Service (RaaS) offering, which is available via a Dark Web Onion site. At least two threat actors are operating the site, providing ransomware that can be used to target…
October 1, 2020 | Intezer, Nicole Fishbein and Avigayil Mechtinger
The development of cross-platform malware is not new, however, we continue to observe a number of malware that were previously documented only targeting Windows now targeting the Linux platform. One of these threats is IPStorm. In May 2019, researchers from Anomali discovered a new Golang malware targeting Windows, which they…