In a new article by Hal Hodson of the New Scientist, he suggests treating the difficult task of classifying different kinds of malware as a biology problem. By treating computer viruses as biological puzzles we could help cyber security specialists better understand the wide world of malware.
ThreatSTOP, Inc., a leader in proactive network defense using the cloud, has been selected by Infoblox to provide intelligent malware detection through the Infoblox DNS Firewall. Through the partnership ThreatSTOP will provide data to the Infoblox DNS Firewall, enabling customers to detect and block the communications channels for malware, botnets and other cyber security threats.
ThreatSTOP, Inc., a leader in protecting enterprise networks from malware and botnets, today announced the appointment of a new member to the board, a VP of Sales, and an official creative agency of record. These moves come as ThreatSTOP strengthens its offering amid exponential sales growth in the rapidly growing IT Security and Software Defined Networking markets.