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CATEGORY ARCHIVES: dns

Recent Bank IP Address Spoofing Exposes Problem with How Some Threat Feeds Are Generated

Last week, Cyberscoop reported that someone was launching a scan of the entire internet using packets spoofed with a source address of major American banks. That event is interesting in its own right, and follows an occasional pattern by which attackers occasionally try to manipulate the automation our industry uses to protect against attackers.

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2020 Census Target of Security Threats & 3 Critical Factors to Know

As people start thinking about completing the upcoming United States census online, security concerns have emerged. While there are unique threats to the Census because of the impact it has on budgeting and government, these concerns tell us a great deal about the security concerns of doing business online.

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How to Easily & Efficiently Secure Your Home DNS

Like many technologists who are also parents, I think a great deal on how best to protect my family online. Working for a security company, I have access to more tools than the average person, so recently I’ve implanted DNS security at home. I focused more on DNS because there are no “services” offered on my home network, and I’m mostly concerned more about my kids or wife clicking on a phishing link or similar outbound malicious traffic.

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Why You Need to Block the Threat Factory. Not Just the Threats.

 

Cyber criminals will create roughly 100 million new malware variants over the next 12 months. Security vendors will respond with new malware signatures and behaviors to stop them, but thousands of companies will be victimized in the process, experiencing costly or catastrophic breaches. This isn’t new - it’s a cycle.

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BrightTALK Webcast: December 13. John Bambenek Talks Predictions for 2019's Threat Landscape.

As part of BrightTALK's 2019 Trends and Predictions Webcast series, ThreatSTOP's VP of Security and Research, John Bambenek, is talking specifically about social engineering and phishing on this December 13th episode. Check out the details here:

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Searching for Cisco Umbrella Alternatives? Your Affordable Option for DNS Security with Advanced Reporting.

Looking for an affordable alternative to Cisco Umbrella Enterprise's high cost? ThreatSTOP comes with advanced reporting and security research tools out-of-the-box. See blocked threats, remediate client machines faster and check IOC’s. Here's a breakdown of how ThreatSTOP and Cisco line up.

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Need Affordable Cisco Umbrella Alternatives? This Chart Is Clutch.

Whether you're a company looking for an affordable alternative to Cisco Umbrella Enterprise's high cost, or looking for a solution with more features, better support & granular reporting, here's a breakdown of how ThreatSTOP and Cisco line up.

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These Factors MUST Work For Every Successful Ransomware Attack. DNS is Always Involved.

A government agency that found itself infected with ransomware and having to pay the ransom to restore service. Another local agency has opted not to pay the ransom and restore operations. Ransomware targeted at organizations is still a threat and even with backups, you have a highly disruptive and public event to try to get back online that comes with serious costs and potentially lost revenue.

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Bite Size Security News: Apple Denies Cybersecurity Breach to Congress

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John Bambenek Speaking at Infragard Symposium: A Primer on Cyber Security Intelligence & the Need For Threat Sharing

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