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Threat hunting isn’t just for the biggest organizations anymore. As the SolarWinds attack demonstrated, any size company can be vulnerable to stealthy attackers who worm their way into the enterprise. Even if a company has no assets of interest to foreign spies, financially motivated cybercriminals can use the same access points and evasion techniques. According […]

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But the tests have since been administered and the debate largely settled: risk-based cybersecurity produces proven results. The data shows that risk-based vulnerability management (RBVM) programs allow companies to get measurably better results with less work. Extrapolating from there, it’s possible to make a broad case that risk-based programs are a necessary component of enterprise […]

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It was reported earlier this week that one of the security holes patched in macOS Big Sur and Catalina (CVE-2021–30657) has been exploited by a piece of malware known as Shlayer to bypass security mechanisms designed by Apple to protect users against malicious files downloaded from the internet, specifically file quarantine, Gatekeeper and notarization. File […]

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