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We continue our blog series on how to upgrade your threat intelligence program with part 2: focus on action, not searching. There is lots of threat data and threat intelligence that you can consume. You might think that it's better to have access to as much information as possible, but this...

Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) is a hot buzzword in the world of cybersecurity. Many enterprise organizations are beginning to build out a dedicated threat intelligence program, focused on proactively identifying and hunting cyber threats before they are carried out as an attack. This has...

The 2018 NFL season kicks off this week, meaning football fans and fantasy team owners are gearing up for what’s sure to be an exciting season. There are lots of expressions and sayings in football, like there’s no “i” in “Team” or clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose. But there’s one saying that...

As the cyber threat landscape continues to evolve, it's important to have tailored, actionable intelligence you can use to anticipate cyber attacks and data leakage. Organizations need to start looking beyond their perimeter to monitor their digital footprint and view their organization like an...

An ad uploaded to a Russian underground black market a few days ago allegedly offers a new and improved version of the infamous banking malware Asacub. This Android malware was originally designed to steal user data and send it to a remote server, but in January 2016, cybersecurity company...

A recent New York Times article reports that a Ukrainian hacker nicknamed ‘Profexer’ reportedly turned himself in to the FBI for assisting the Russian-run campaign to sway the 2016 US elections, dubbed “Grizzly Steppe”.

The alleged campaign included hacking the DNC and leaking its data online,...

Last week’s HBO hack led to the release of sensitive information about HBO executives, contact lists, and -- most salacious for the media -- scripts and low-res copies of brand new “Game of Thrones” episodes. While the hacks have not led to any decrease in viewership for the epically popular...

Exploit Kits (EK’s) have been around for at least the past decade, and every time one gets taken down, it’s only a matter of time before a new, more sophisticated one pops up on the Dark Web. Now there’s a new kid on the block named “Disdain.”

IntSights Research Group (IRG) has uncovered an interesting new development: a black market for black markets. Developers are selling a black market framework, which allows ‘merchants’ to sell just about anything.