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Cyber-Security in 120 Secs: Devaluation of Medical Records on the Black Market

As 2016 winds down, we are seeing the devaulation of medical records on the black market, in parallel to a rise in ransomware with a possible predicted ransomworm; three Chinese citizens are being charged for exfiltrating confidential...

Cyber-Security in 120 Secs: Yet Another Mega Breach At Yahoo

This week Yahoo announced yet another breach. This time there were a billion users' accounts that were compromised back in 2013; LinkedIn began resetting passwords for Lynda.com users after a reported breach; and there is a new ransomware...

Predictions 2017: More Laws, More Breaches

In 2017, the new administration will push for more legislature around cybersecurity, but it will be ultimately ineffective.

Predictions 2017: Enterprise Network Security Will Move to the Cloud

We predict that in 2017 enterprise network security will shift to the cloud and be offered as a service.

Predictions 2017: MSSPs Will Rule the Security Market

In 2017, we predict that the Managed Security Services Providers market will continue to grow as security vendors start to offer their own security services.

Predictions 2017: The All-in-One Combo – EDR and EPP

In 2017, we predict that customers will mandate the integration of both Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) capabilities into a single one-stop shop platform.

Predictions 2017: Goodbye Flash. Hello Jscript.

In 2017, we predict that as Flash phases out, JScript will take its place as the leading browser-exploitation vector.

Predictions 2017: Security Moves Down the Stack

In 2017, we predict that security – the good and the bad – will be moving down the stack.

Both sides — defense vs offense — are moving down the stack. On one side: the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data, operations and...

Predictions 2017: Targeted Ransomware

In 2017, we predict that ransomware authors will target mission-critical servers and PCs - within targeted departments.

By holding these sensitive devices hostage, ransomware authors will be applying the right pressure at the right time to...