DATA SECURITY,PLATFORM SECURITY,SOFTWARE SECURITY
SentinelOne | September 22, 2022
SentinelOne, an autonomous cybersecurity platform company, today launched the inaugural LABScon, a conference dedicated to advancing cybersecurity research for the benefit of collective digital defense. The event features novel findings from sought-after voices in cybersecurity and groundbreaking research by leading research teams.
“The goal of LABScon is to provide a venue for advanced security collaboration and community building,” said Migo Kedem, VP Growth and Head of SentinelLabs, SentinelOne. “We are pleased to unite the cybersecurity community - researchers, vendors, and practitioners - to strengthen collective understanding of the security landscape. Only through shared knowledge and collaboration will cybersecurity evolve.”
The conference lineup features prominent speakers and world-class researchers presenting on today's most important cyber security topics. Conference highlights include:
Mark Russinovich, Microsoft Azure CTO, presents the story of his seminal malware analysis toolkit, which transformed malware analysis and forensic investigation
Dmitri Alperovitch, Executive Chairman of the Silverado Policy Accelerator and CrowdStrike Co-Founder and former CTO, discusses cyberwarfare and effective policies
Morgan Adamski, Director of NSA's Cyber Collaboration Center, keynotes “Operational Collaboration: The Realities of Success”
Chris Krebs, the first director of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and Partner of the Krebs Stamos Group, shares in-the-trenches perspectives on cybersecurity and government
M.J. Emanuel, CISA Incident Response Analyst, delves into recent cyberattacks targeting satellite communications and critical infrastructure
Mauro Vignati, International Red Cross, discusses the line between combatants and digital collaborators in war
Thomas Rid, Professor of Strategic Studies and founding director of the Alperovitch Institute for Cybersecurity Studies at Johns Hopkins SAIS, debuts cybersecurity discoveries
Kim Zetter, world-renowned cybersecurity author, facilitates fireside chats and shares perspectives on cyberwar
Kris McConkey, PwC’s Global Cyber Threat Intelligence Practice Lead, releases research detailing new activity emanating from Chinese advanced persistent threat (APT) groups
Mandiant, Sophos, Volexity, BlackLotus, PwC, and Binarly drops new APT research and vulnerabilities
SentinelLabs releases “Metador,” our most ambitious APT research to date
LABScon is hosted by SentinelLabs, a world-class team of security researchers that identifies critical vulnerabilities, new attack vectors, malware strains, and threat actors. The event is sponsored by Stairwell, Luta Security, Cisco Talos, GreyNoise, HP Wolf Security, Aesir, Binarly, Team Cymru, and ReversingLabs.
To stay updated with groundbreaking threat research and cybersecurity discoveries, visit https://www.sentinelone.com/labs/
SentinelOne’s cybersecurity solution encompasses AI-powered prevention, detection, response and hunting across endpoints, containers, cloud workloads, and IoT devices in a single autonomous XDR platform.
Axonius | July 25, 2022
Axonius, a cybersecurity asset management provider, today announced integrations with Amazon Macie, Amazon GuardDuty, and AWS SecurityHub while extending its Amazon Inspector functionality. These new integrations will help customers to better understand and manage vulnerabilities across their Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure.
By connecting to both AWS first-party and ISV-third party security solutions, Axonius provides comprehensive visibility and management of assets across AWS cloud, multi-cloud, and on-premises.
The latest integrations provide the following capabilities:
Identify Exposed Amazon S3 Buckets: Axonius fetches findings from Amazon Macie to help customers identify exposed Amazon S3 buckets to maintain data integrity and compliance.
Detecting Malicious Activity & Compromised Security Controls: By integrating with Amazon GuardDuty, Axonius helps customers detect malicious activity to protect AWS accounts, workloads, and data and help them understand which assets have compensating security controls.
Helping Meet Security Best Practices: With insights from AWS SecurityHub, customers can compare against correlated data to verify whether assets that don't meet best practice standards have a compensating security control.
Comprehensive View of Cloud Security Posture: Axonius delivers a complete inventory of assets from more than 450 correlated data sources giving customers a comprehensive view of their cloud security, including vulnerability data from Amazon Inspector.
"As companies continue to shift workloads to the cloud, they're also increasingly leveraging cloud provider-native security service offerings. "Yet customers are still exhausted by the highly-manual, slow, and error-prone processes that negatively impact their risk mitigation, threat management, and compliance. With Axonius and AWS, customers finally have a unified view of their assets while dramatically strengthening their security posture."
Mark Daggett, Vice President of Worldwide Channels and Alliances at Axonius
Axonius is the cybersecurity asset management platform that gives organizations a comprehensive asset inventory, uncovers gaps, and automatically validates and enforces policies. Deployed in minutes, the Axonius cyber asset attack surface management (CAASM) solution integrates with hundreds of data sources to give customers the confidence to control complexity by mitigating threats, navigating risk, decreasing incidents, automating response actions, and informing business-level strategy. Cited as one of the fastest growing cybersecurity startups, with accolades from CNBC, Forbes, and Fortune, Axonius covers millions of devices for customers around the world.
CyberCube | July 14, 2022
CyberCube, the provider of the world’s leading cyber risk analytics for the insurance industry, today announces that McGill and Partners, the specialist (re)insurance broker, is using its Portfolio Manager and Broking Manager cyber risk analytics platforms.
Launched in 2019 by insurance veteran Steve McGill, McGill and Partners is rapidly growing to become a major force in the insurance and reinsurance market, quickly developing its offering in both cyber reinsurance and insurance. Today the firm has over 430 staff and offices in the UK, US, Bermuda and Ireland. The deal with CyberCube is part of McGill and Partners’ continued development of its cyber (re)insurance strategy.
CyberCube’s Portfolio Manager is a scenario-based data-driven model that enables risk professionals to develop insights for their senior leadership and teams. Portfolio Manager stress tests portfolios of insurance and reinsurance risks against a range of systemic cyber-related scenarios including data breaches, cloud outages, global ransomware attacks and financial fraud.
Broking Manager is the first software-as-a-service application CyberCube has built specifically for the insurance broking community. It offers a streamlined approach to analyzing potential financial exposure impacts arising from cyber events that helps clients make informed decisions on coverages and limits.
“We are excited to be working with the team at McGill and Partners and be part of the company’s cyber (re)insurance growth strategy on both the direct insurance side via Broking Manager and on its reinsurance side via Portfolio Manager.”
Alejandra Donoso, CyberCube’s Principal Client Account Manager
Neil Sharma, Partner – Reinsurance at McGill and Partner, said: “We are looking to bring all stakeholders in the cyber value chain together; collaborating between our insurance and reinsurance teams and partnering with CyberCube’s platforms which help deepen our understanding of the risks allowing us to provide best-in-class solutions to our clients.”
CyberCube delivers the world’s leading cyber risk analytics for the insurance industry. With best-in-class data access and advanced multi-disciplinary analytics, the company’s cloud-based platform helps insurance organizations make better decisions when placing insurance, underwriting cyber risk and managing cyber risk aggregation.