Cactus ransomware spread through BI platform Qlik Sense
The Cactus ransomware is actively spread via the cloud analytics and BI platform Qlik Sense. Arctic Wolf Labs' security specialists recently discovered this.
According to Arctic Wolf, this is the first time that vulnerabilities in Qlik Sense have been exploited to gain access to systems to sprea... Read more
Arctic Wolf makes SOAR more accessible with acquisition of Revelstoke
Arctic Wolf has acquired SOAR specialist Revelstoke Security. Revelstoke's offerings will soon be integrated within Arctic Wolf Security Operations Cloud and Concierge Delivery Model. With the acquisition, Arctic Wolf hopes to make the automation of threat detection and response more accessible.
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Arctic Wolf brings Incident Response services to Europe
Arctic Wolf is making its Incident Response services available to Europe. The services guide organizations on cybersecurity issues before, during and after an incident.
Ransomware has become the star player of cybercrime. Despite the term frightening businesses, there are too few resources in p... Read more
Arctic Wolf extends SecOps warranty to Europe
Arctic Wolf is expanding the availability of its own Security Operations Warranty. Customers in Europe and Oceania can now also receive up to $1 million (€931,400) as compensation in the event of a major cybersecurity incident.
Chief product officer Dan Schiappa candidly admits that no securit... Read more
Log4Shell still a big problem after nearly a year and a half
According to Arctic Wolf research, the Log4Shell vulnerability is still being massively abused a year after it was identified.
Arctic Wolf collected data on global threats, malware, digital forensics and incident response (IR) cases. This to determine the key threat trends of 2022. "Arctic Wolf ... Read more
‘Humans are the strongest link in security chain’
Within cybersecurity, it is quite common to regularly talk about humans as the weakest link. Nick Schneider, the CEO of Arctic Wolf, takes a somewhat more positive stance and sees in humans precisely the solution to the problems that organizations have around security.
We published an extensive ... Read more
Arctic Wolf raises 409 million euros in investment capital
Security specialist Arctic Wolf recently raised 409 million euros ($401 million) in investment capital in the form of convertible bonds.
With the current investment, the security specialist aims to further expand its business. Recently, Arctic Wolf has seen a significant increase in demand for i... Read more
‘A third of all cyberattacks target business emails’
A recent analysis from security firm Arctic Wolf indicates a considerable increase in Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks in the first half of 2022.
According to data analysis and observations from Arctic Wolf's incident response department Tetra Defense, BEC attacks currently account for m... Read more
‘Security industry is good at making money, not at securing customers’
Arctic Wolf's SecOps platform should make it possible for all organizations to get the most out of their security investments.
Earlier this year, we wrote an article arguing that the security industry is fundamentally broken. There are an enormous number of providers of security tools, who prima... Read more