Cyber Security in 120 Secs: Equifax Fails to Patch = Massive Data Breach 

Weekly Security News, Malware, enSilo Corporate and Product, Equifax

This week more details on the Equifax data breach surfaced, including the news that Equifax failed to patch a vulnerability that could have prevented the data breach; FTC publically investigates the Equifax data breach; 200,000 stolen credit cards were traced to the Equifax data breach as old as 2016, but Equifax denies these accusations.

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Cyber Security in 120 Secs: Cyber Weapon Toolbox

Weekly Security News, Windows, Malware, exploit, enSilo Corporate and Product, WannaCry

This week ShadowBrokers released another NSA exploit, UNITEDRAKE that will probably not be noticed due to the Equifax data breach that affected at least 143 million;  Apache Struts released a patch for a vulnerability that could potentially take over a website.

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Cybersecurity in 120 Secs: Spam Mayhem

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

This week stolen credentials were evident in a Pastebin post that potentially could be used in an IoT attack; 23 million emails were launched in the newest Locky campaign in a 24 hour period;  Onliner spambot is locked and ready to launch and ready to infect millions. (Learn more about enSilo endpoint security.)

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Cyber Security in 120 Secs: Attacks on Banks

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

This week financial institutions need to be aware of a possible wave of new attacks based on EternalBlue exploits; WannaCry ransomware shutdown parts of LG's network; an increase in malware families infecting Mac devices have been detected.

  

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Cyber Security in 120 Secs: If Ransomware Was a Serial Killer

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

   This week Locky ransomware has come back from being dormant      with serial killer attributes;   NotPetya is taking a toll on many companies such as  Maersk that admit the cost could be up to $300M; Gartner's forecasts $93B in information security for 2018

   

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Cyber Security in 120 Secs: Cyber Security News Mix

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

This week HBO confirmed a data breach that included exposing episodes from HBO series prior to their release dates; CISO's will be concerned with the details from Cisco's latest report; According to a survey, 72% of companies are beginning to identify the importance of endpoint solutions.

  

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Cyber Security in 120 Secs: Cyber Security News Mix

Weekly Security News, Malware, enSilo Corporate and Product

This week HBO confirmed a data breach that included exposing episodes from HBO series prior to their release dates; CISO's will be concerned with the details from Cisco's latest report; According to a survey, 72% of companies are beginning to identify the importance of endpoint solutions.

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Cyber Security in 120 Secs: If Ransomware Was a Serial Killer

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

This week Locky ransomware has come back from being dormant with serial killer attributes;   NotPetya is taking a toll on many companies such as  Maersk that admit the cost could be up to $300M; Gartner's forecasts $93B in information security for 2018

   

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Cyber-Security in 120 Secs:  The Ransomware Epidemic

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

This week the ransomware impact of downtime is setting back small businesses more than the ransomware demanded amount; A new version of Trickbot banking trojan has  replicated the exploit that allowed WannaCry and Petya/NotPetya to spread worldwide; In the last two years, ransomware criminals have collected at least $25M making it a profitable
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Microsoft’s Response to AtomBombing is Post-Infection Detection

Weekly Security News, Windows, Malware, code injection, AtomBombing, enSilo Corporate and Product

In March 2017, Microsoft (known for fixing vulnerabilities in their software products once a month on “Patch Tuesday”) recently addressed post-infection detection, investigation, and response with their Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection [ATP]). Microsoft is a company that is continuing to evolve in product/services, and is now

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