‘Most IT executives experience psychological impact after cyberattack’
The cybersecurity of most companies is on shaky ground, according to researchers at Rubrik. The company suggests that most organizations experienced a cyberattack in the past year. Nearly every IT executive faced psychological consequences as a result of an attack, ranging from concerns about job s... Read more
Fox-IT makes incident response tool Dissect open source
Security firm Fox-IT has made Dissect open source. The tool automates incident response workflows. Fox-IT is publishing the source code in hopes of convincing other security companies to use and expand the tool.
Dissect bundles several tools into a single environment. The environment consists of... Read more
‘Most incident response professionals face mental health problems’
Most incident response professionals seek help for mental health problems, according to a new report from IBM Security. More than half experience stress and anxiety in their daily lives.
The Cybersecurity Awareness Month kicked off on October 1. Over the course of the month, EU and US security a... Read more
What we learned from billions of IBM data points tracking cybercrime
Ransomware remains king, the manufacturing industry is its biggest target and Linux malware has taken off. Today, IBM's security branch shared an insight into the security landscape of 2021.
IBM Security X-Force Threat Intelligence uses billions of data points to shadow cybercriminals. Last year... Read more
New SentinelOne RSO aims at automated incident response management
With the introduction of Remote Script Orchestration (RSO), SentinelOne allows companies to run large-scale remote response and recovery actions for endpoints in an automated manner. According to SentinelOne, RSO saves time and money throughout organizations' responses to potential breaches.
Sen... Read more
Zebrium launches on-prem tool for log analysis and problem resolution
KubeCon North America 2021 kicks off today. At the conference, Zebrium presents the latest release of its incident response SaaS. According to Zebrium, the SaaS is now faster, easier to use and deployable via Kubernetes containers in on-premise environments, providing a privacy-compliant method for... Read more
IBM Security X-Force sees surge in ransomware attacks in June
The amounts demanded as ransom are also exploding, up to as much as $40 million.
IBM reports that as of September 2020, one in four attacks that its Security X-Force Incident Response has remediated this year have been caused by ransomware.
In addition, ransomware incidents appeared to explo... Read more
Microsoft’s SoftNER AI evaluates disruptions in cloud services
Microsoft uses unsupervised learning to collect data about disruptions to cloud services. According to researchers, it is no longer necessary to annotate large amounts of training data.
Structured data is very valuable, especially in the field of cloud services. Not only can this data be used to... Read more
Cisco publishes research manual for hacked Cisco equipment
Cisco has launched four manuals for incident responders who are investigating company equipment that they suspect has been hacked. The four manuals focus on four of the company's major software platforms.
The manuals provide step-by-step plans on how to extract forensic information from hacked devic... Read more
Many companies don’t notice cyber attacks until it’s too late
According to Kaspersky Lab, many companies only notice that a cyber attack takes place when it is already too late. The companies only ask for help when money or data has already been stolen, or when devices have broken down.
Kaspersky Lab states that in a new report, IT Pro writes. Half of the inci... Read more