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SiliconANGLE

October 24, 2019  |  SiliconANGLE

Jill Cagliostro, Anomali | Splunk .conf19

Jill Cagliostro, Product Strategist at Anomali, sits with John Furrier at Splunk .conf19
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Arabian Reseller

October 21, 2019  |  Arabian Reseller, Chris Fernando

Anomali Focusses on Threat Intelligence and Analysis at GITEX 2019

At GITEX Technology Week, Anomali threw the spotlight on threat intelligence and analysis. We spoke to Khaled Chatila, the Regional Director for the Middle East at Anomali to learn more.Read More
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Dark Reading

October 15, 2019  |  Dark Reading, AJ Nash

5 Steps to Protect Against Ransomware Attacks

Paying a ransom is strongly discouraged by experts. So, how do you protect your organization? Because of a few key elements, ransomware is a growing threat for all Internet-connected enterprises. First, the barrier to entry in terms of cost is very low for adversaries because ransomware is inexpensive to purchase...
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Bleeping Computer

October 15, 2019  |  Bleeping Computer, Sergiu Gatlan

Chinese Hackers Use New Cryptojacking Tactics to Evade Detection

Chinese-speaking cybercrime group Rocke, known for operating multiple large-scale malicious crypto-mining campaigns, has now switched to new Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs), including new C2 infrastructure and updated malware to evade detection. Rocke is a financially motivated threat group first spotted in April 2018 by Cisco Talos researchers while...
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Dark Reading

October 9, 2019  |  Dark Reading, Kelly Jackson Higgins

Security Tool Sprawl Reaches Tipping Point

How a new open source initiative for interoperable security tools and a wave of consolidation could finally provide some relief for overwhelmed security analysts and SOCs. The typical security team today continues to struggle with the same frustrating and potentially dangerous problem: a sea of security tools that churn out...
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Help Net Security

October 4, 2019  |  Help Net Security, Mirko Zorz

New infosec products of the week: October 4, 2019

Anomali Altitude automates detection, analysis, and threat response. The Anomali Altitude platform delivers Anomali Lens, Anomali ThreatStream, and Anomali Match. The integrated product suite allows customers to automate detection, analysis, and response for high-priority external and internal threats. Anomali Lens allows anyone, from security operations staff to board...
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CISO Mag

October 3, 2019  |  CISO Mag

Symantec and Anomali join hands for Threat Intelligence Driven Solutions

Threat intelligence platform provider Anomali recently announced a strategic partnership with cybersecurity firm Symantec Corp. to meet global demand for threat intelligence-driven solutions. Anomali helps organizations find and respond to cyber threats. The US-based cybersecurity company notifies organizations against cyber actors and other distrustful activities on their networks...
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ExecutiveBiz

October 3, 2019  |  ExecutiveBiz, Nichols Martin

Symantec, Anomali to Jointly Offer Threat Intelligence Products

Symantec and cybersecurity firm Anomali have partnered to globally distribute products that use threat data to give users information they can utilize to make cybersecurity decisions. The partnership’s announcement took place at the Detect 2019 event, a user conference hosted by Anomali, the company said...
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SecurityWeek

September 30, 2019  |  SecurityWeek, Eduard Kovacs

New Anomali Tool Finds Threat Data in News, Blogs, Social Networks

Threat intelligence firm Anomali on Monday announced the launch of Lens, a new tool designed to make it easier for organizations to find and use threat data from a wide range of sources. Anomali Lens is part of the company’s Altitude solution, which also includes its flagship threat...
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CyberScoop

September 11, 2019  |  CyberScoop, Shannon Vavra

North Korean hackers target U.S. entities amid stalled denuclearization talks

A hacking group with ties to North Korea has been targeting U.S. entities with malicious documents as it works to hide its tracks better, according to research from Maryland-based cybersecurity firm Prevailion. The group has started placing its malware in obscure file formats, namely Kodak FlashPix (FPX) files, to...
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