According to the BBC, on February 12, 2018, the International Olympic committee was under a cyber-attack. This cyber-attack, had begun right before the opening ceremony of the games in Pyeongchang South Korea and occurred for approximately 12 hours. In this cyber-attack the Olympics website was taken down along with several non-critical
How Secure Are Critical Infrastructure Control Systems?
Previously installed AV solution, not efficient at identifying infections, including ransomware
During December 2017, enSilo detected and blocked the spread of a malicious Word document (Maldoc) across multiple healthcare entities. The initial stage of infection was done via a spear-phishing email attack. The victims received an email luring them to click on a link that downloads a Maldoc from the Internet. This Maldoc contained an
A cyber attack that hit the healthcare provider via a Christmas e-card, infected the CISO’s laptop.
The world has been informed of Spectre and Meltdown. Spectre and Meltdown are hardware flaws and/or vulnerabilities that allow an attacker to run unprivileged code to read from privileged memory. Due to Spectre and Meltdown being hardware flaws there are alarms and red flags running wild. Three things to consider to block malware from
This year is coming to an end. The media headlines were constantly reporting massive attacks and breaches. We expect nothing less in 2018.
On December 8, 2017, enSilo, a unified endpoint security platform that provides both pre- and post-infection protection in real-time, blocked a new attack technique used to exploit the linked file mechanism in Microsoft Excel. During the time of detection, a spreadsheet file PAYMENT DETAILS.xlsx was used to run the malicious code on the