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NGAV & You. The Simple and the Complex

So, here at enSilo we’ve been big proponents of peeling back all the layers of security you need to protect your enterprise. We believe, and continue to prove that our endpoint solution is one of the only means of protection that most...

Open Door: Unix Open Source Vulnerabilities Affect macOS

Today, Apple’s macOS 10.12.4 update includes security fixes for several open source vulnerabilities. The update includes a vulnerability fix that enSilo’s researcher, Omer Medan, disclosed to Apple whereas the vulnerability allows an...

Cyber-Security in 120 Secs: Current Malware & New Tactics

This week a new PoS malware was published dubbed, MajiikPOS that is targeting the financial vertical; a new ransomware with a Star Trek theme is the first to demand payment in Monero; 3,000 industrial plants a year are infected with malware,...

Cyber-Security in 120 Secs: 2014 Yahoo Breach = Cyber-Espionage

 This week, the roots of the 2014 Yahoo breach was linked to a "nation-state" cyber-espionage attack;  which brings us to a survey that conclude that the top concern for businesses is cyber-espionage and  ransomware was the most common cyber...

Cyber-Security in 120 Secs: WikiLeaks VS. CIA

This week made everyone have a double-take with the latest release of WikiLeaks dubbed, "Year Zero", a leak of potential vulnerabilities of IoT devices such as, SmartTVs and Smartphones, the U.S. intelligence agencies are potentially...

Cyber-Security in 120 Secs: The Awareness of AtomBombing

 This week, the awareness of AtomBombing was heightened, when researchers discovered the technique integrated within a new version of Dridex banking malware; CloudFlare's data breach is said to be the most significant breach in 2017, thus...

AtomBombing Goes Nuclear

//** enSilo protects against Dridex v4 malware out-of-the-box **//

In late 2016, enSilo researchers shared AtomBombing with the security world. More of a “proof of concept” than an actual exploit, AtomBombing took advantage of Microsoft...