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LIVE BrightTALK Webinar: Stop Watching & Start Blocking, Affordable Machine-Learning Enabled Defense

The chief problem with cyber security is that most of our tools and workforce is geared to waiting for adverse events, detecting those events (sometimes months after the fact), investigating the breach that has already occurred, and then cleaning up. This slow and reactive process ensures breaches happen and security staff us overwhelmed under the noise.

This talk will focus on automation and machine learning techniques that can proactively identify threats seen in the wild based on the latest academic research. This techniques allow organizations to identify suspect infrastructure before it is used to attack them. The key to making this work is infusing machine learning with knowledge of how actual attacks work and the threat landscape. Machine learning without intelligence is merely gussied up mensa math exercises.

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Anonymous Hacker Discloses Critical Zero-Day vBulletin Exploit

A zero-day remote code execution vulnerability in vBulletin, an extremely popular internet forum software used on more than 100,000 websites, was discovered and exposed this week.

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ThreatSTOP Incorporates New File Sharing Services Target

ThreatSTOP is excited to announce a new curated target, TS Curated – File Sharing Services - Domains.

Cloud-based file sharing solutions have become popular and useful both for legitimate companies and for cyber criminals. Oftentimes, threat actors utilize file sharing services to host malicious files and as a destination for data they steal. Meanwhile, many companies depend on these file sharing services to get business done.

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ThreatSTOP Free Open Source Analysis Tools Series. Part 7: Analyzing APT 10 Use Case

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ThreatSTOP Free Open Source Analysis Tools Series. Part 6: Guildma Information Stealer Use Case

 

Earlier this month, a new variant of the Guildma information stealer was analyzed by the Internet Storm Center (ISC). The malware’s new campaign has been seen targeting various countries in South America, with the highest number of infections recorded in Brazil. It seems that Guildma is spreading quickly, with another recent campaign reaching over 150,000 infection attempts in a matter of weeks.

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