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The APT group, GreyEnergy, is a security threat that uses two main infection vectors and a modular framework that can adjust to different target infrastructures, including ICS networks
New research report shows that financial services organizations still have a lot to gain from further investment in network segmentation, especially when it comes to securing connected buildings.
4 key lessons learned from 2017 malware for a sound and balanced ICS cybersecurity strategy focused on active defense, incident response and disaster recovery
EVAS tools from companies like Forescout Technologies, Aruba Networks and Cisco gather endpoint data from multiple sources, including switches, active directory, and endpoint security systems in a single appliance. This approach gives enterprises more visibility into devices on the network.
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Invincea and Forescout have announced a partnership to protect enterprise networks from targeted attacks.
The FBI has announced that it has access to 640 million photos that can be used for facial recognition searches.