Mandiant announced the findings of an annual report that provides timely data and insights based on frontline investigations and remediations of high-impact cyber attacks worldwide. The 2022 report––which tracks investigation metrics between October 1, 2020 and December 31, 2021—reveals that while significant progress has been made in threat detection and response, adversaries are still innovating…

The new capital, the company says, will help it accelerate the adoption of its marketplace, which allows security researchers to monetize their content to help others fend off cyberattacks. On the company’s Content-as-a-Service (CaaS) platform, security teams can find curated up-to-date Sigma-based threat detection content from roughly 400 researchers. More than 6,000 enterprises, governments and…

To close security gaps caused by rapidly changing digital ecosystems, organizations must adopt an integrated cloud-native security platform that incorporates artificial intelligence, automation, intelligence, threat detection and data analytics capabilities, according to 451 Research. Cloud-native security platforms are essential The report clearly defines how to create a scalable, adaptable, and agile security posture built for…

44% of malicious threats are cloud enabled, meaning that cybercriminals see the cloud as an effective method for subverting detection, according to Netskope. “We are seeing increasingly complex threat techniques being used across cloud applications, spanning from cloud phishing and malware delivery, to cloud command and control and ultimately cloud data exfiltration,” said Ray Canzanese,…

What makes some organizations more cyber resilient than others?

Despite higher levels of investment in advanced cybersecurity technologies over the past three years, less than one-fifth of organizations are effectively stopping cyberattacks and finding and fixing breaches fast enough to lower the impact, according to a report from Accenture. Based on a survey of more than 4,600 enterprise security practitioners around the globe, the…

Threat management, or cyber threat management, is a framework often used by cybersecurity professionals to manage the life cycle of a threat in an effort to identify and respond to it with speed and accuracy. The foundation of threat management is a seamless integration between people, process and technology to stay ahead of threats.

Legacy infrastructures and unmanaged devices top security risks in the healthcare industry

The proliferation of healthcare IoT devices, along with unpartitioned networks, insufficient access controls and the reliance on legacy systems, has exposed a vulnerable attack surface that can be exploited by cybercriminals determined to steal personally identifiable information (PII) and protected health information (PHI), in addition to disrupting healthcare delivery processes. Published in the Vectra 2019…