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Channel Le2e, Joe Panettieri | March 18, 2022

5 Channel Partner Program and MSSP News Updates: Anomali

Partner Program – XDR: Anomali has launched the Anomali Resilience Partner Program for Global Systems Integrators (GSIs), Value Added Resellers (VARs) and Distributors.

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CNBC, Frank Holland | March 11, 2022

CNBC: Russia Ukraine Conflict Impacting Cloud Adoption

With insights from Anomali, CNBC's Frank Holland reports on how geopolitical unrest is acting as a catalyst for companies to consider the cloud.

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Forbes, Hugh Njemanze | March 9, 2022

Log4J Security: Why Threat Detection And Response Are As Critical As Patching

If you are like most security leaders, you've encountered numerous vulnerabilities, cyberattacks and breaches throughout your career. Since Covid-19 emerged, you've likely also been hit by an increase in malicious cyber activities. Research we've recently published reveals that since the pandemic started, enterprise…

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Help Net Security, Staff | March 3, 2022

Anomali XDR solution helps enterprises against advanced cyber threats

Anomali launched a cloud-native XDR solution built on the Anomali Platform, providing customers with visibility across all security telemetry from endpoints to the public cloud. The Anomali Platform is fueled by big data management, machine learning, and the world’s largest repository of global intelligence.

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eChannelNews, Staff | February 9, 2022

Channel Chief Interview – Chris Peterson

Chris Peterson has been named Vice President of Global Channel and Technology Partnerships at Anomali. Peterson brings more than 25 years of proven experience in building partner ecosystems at some of the world’s top cybersecurity and technology providers. At Anomali, he will lead channel and partner strategy as demand for…

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The CyberWire, Staff | February 4, 2022

https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/policy-briefing/4/24

Mark Alba, Chief Product Officer at Anomali, thinks that the pervasiveness of the Log4j family of vulnerabilities was tailor-made for CSRB review. The narrower case of the News Corp hack might, however, be a useful foray into the sphere of nation-state cyber operations: “The board’s decision to take up Log4J as one of…

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Tech Republic, Lance Whitney  | January 26, 2022

More than 90% of enterprises surveyed have been hit by successful cyberattacks

Cyberattacks can impact any organization, big or small. But large enterprises are often more tempting targets due to the vast amount of lucrative data they hold. A new report from cybersecurity firm Anomali reveals an increase in successful cyberattacks and offers ideas on how organizations can better protect themselves.. Since…

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CNET, Bree Fowler | January 21, 2022

Number and cost of cyberattacks continue to grow, new survey says

The majority of those polled say they dealt with a cyberattack sometime in the past three years. More than half faced a ransomware attack. The coronavirus pandemic hasn't stopped cybercriminals. The number of cyberattacks against companies around the world rose 15% over the past three years, according to a new survey.…

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InfoSecurity Magazine, Phil Muncaster  | January 21, 2022

Two-Fifths of Ransomware Victims Still Paying Up

Two-fifths (39%) of ransomware victims paid their extorters over the past three years, with the majority of these spending at least $100,000, according to new Anomali research. The security vendor hired The Harris Poll to complete its Cyber Resiliency Survey – interviewing 800 security decision-makers in the US, Canada, the…

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