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Getting Real (SMB) Value From Threat Intelligence

You’ve probably heard of Threat Intelligence, it's all the rage and all the cool kids are doing it… where’ve you been? Threat Intelligence, or “TI,” is everywhere and in everything, and it can be cool, but it can also be slippery and confusing and complex and a huge waste of time and resources depending on what you do (or don’t do) with it. In this post, we’re going to make a bunch of snarky statements about Threat Intelligence, and we’re going to spill the tea on how you (as a small or medium sized business) can use it and actually get some security value in return.

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US Heightens Online Attacks on Russian Power Grid: How DNS Can Protect Critical US Infrastructure

In retaliation for ongoing attacks against US interests and to be a deterrent against future cyberattacks, the United States has been penetrating Russian power and industrial systems according to recent reporting in the New York Times. There have been multiple articles about attacks on critical infrastructure and attempts to penetrate systems in this space. In the US, no breach has been reported to lead to a wide spread outage, but there has been an increasing level of concern.

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Upgraded JasperLoader Infecting Machines with New Targets & Functional Improvements: What You Need to Know

 

A few months ago, JasperLoader (a new malware loader) emerged, infecting systems with various malware payloads, such as the Gootkit Banking Trojan. After a short, initial campaign, the threat actors behind the malware halted their activity and JasperLoader went off the radar for a while. However, since late May, a new and upgraded version of JasperLoader has been spotted infecting machines across Europe.

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How ThreatSTOP's Security Research Team Uses Data to Create Targets & Block Suspicious Traffic

One of the challenges in threat intelligence is taking the massive amount of data we have about the threat landscape and distilling it into its most relevant components. A huge part of the reason for growth in data science (and in cyber security specifically) is habitually struggling with too much information. (With some exceptions) With this roadblock, it’s a challenge to focus in on the data that’s truly relevant.

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Georgia Tech Data Breach: How to Keep Information Secure in Open University Environments

Georgia Tech recently notified almost 1.3 million people about a potential breach of sensitive data, and in some cases, including a social security number. Over a four month period, there was a vulnerable server that allowed people to enumerate records on a back-end database, allowing the exfiltration of sensitive information. While universities are seen as more open environments, they do have sensitive information they have to protect.

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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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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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Attackers Are Targeting Healthcare: Here's 4 Things You Need to Do Now

In the third quarter of 2018 alone, 4.4 million patient records were compromised across 117 disclosed health data breaches. This shows that health care continues to be targeted by criminals. The largest breach was UnityPoint, with 1.4 million records compromised.

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GreyEnergy Discovered As Successor to Notorious BlackEnergy

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