To meet the demand for advanced cyber security solutions, R9B launches the Global Partner Program

prnewswire | September 24, 2020

R9B ,a leading provider of advanced cybersecurity solutions, today unveiled the new R9B Partner Program, which will provide qualified partners with access to industry-leading technology and services -- all backed by a robust sales and marketing program for partners to deliver innovative, end-to-end cyber security solutions to their global customers R9B leverages the power of technology in concert with human-led threat intelligence, research and real-world military and commercial cyber defense expertise. The R9B Partner Program extends the firm's mission to protect global enterprises by arming partners with comprehensive offerings that include.

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Since then, we've seen a parade of high-profile breaches - most recently, Target, Home Depot, JPMorgan Chase, Anthem - that have only further exposed the vulnerabilities revealed in the 2013 study.

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Since then, we've seen a parade of high-profile breaches - most recently, Target, Home Depot, JPMorgan Chase, Anthem - that have only further exposed the vulnerabilities revealed in the 2013 study.

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Morphisec Announces New Incident Response Services as Enterprise Attacks Escalate

Morphisec | August 16, 2021

Morphisec, a leader in cloud-delivered endpoint and server security solutions, today announced the launch of its new incident response services at HIMSS21. The service will help organizations across the healthcare industry, and various other markets, identify, contain, and report on security incidents in progress while validating or verifying the lack of a breach. Morphisec adds this service at a time when a flood of cyber threats have placed businesses under increasing pressure, making incident response necessary for industries like healthcare and manufacturing that need to be operational 24/7. In fact, Morphisec’s Consumer Healthcare Cybersecurity Threat Index found earlier this year that 1 in 5 Americans had a healthcare provider affected by cyberattacks over the last twelve months. Morphisec’s new IR services aims to assist these organizations with containing in-progress incidents, reducing damage, providing recommendations for long-term risk reduction, and auditing critical infrastructure to ensure the lowest possible risk exposure to a cyberattack. The company's highly experienced and on-demand IR team will be led under the direct supervision of the CTO’s office. “In this worsening threat landscape, it’s vital that all businesses have access to the expertise they need to keep their business up and running in the event of a breach -- even if they lack dedicated security professionals,” said Michael Gorelik, Morphisec’s CTO and head of incident response. “Morphisec’s incident response services help every organization under attack to quickly contain the incident, ensure business continuity, and minimize direct and indirect losses. With extensive experience in security incident investigation, companies are in good hands with our talented IR team who will go above and beyond to help them protect their assets from backdoors and persistent malware.” Morphisec’s incident response services will leverage the company’s zero trust at runtime solution to quickly pinpoint and contain threats, promising immediate results before forensic activities are even finalized. Responders will also educate businesses on the root cause of the incident and, in turn, the required corrective actions to improve their current tools and processes. Forensic collection and investigation of affected assets, including the building of an activity timeline, supplying indicators of compromise (IOCs), scoping the impact, mapping of exfiltrated IP, and more Malware analysis: In-depth analysis of a given malware, backdoor, or fileless code, to identify the potential impact Working around the clock during the investigation, with availability whenever we’re needed The option to develop customized scripts to minimize follow-up impact “As cyberattackers continue to target our critical industries such as healthcare, we’re proud to offer this crucial service to organizations who simply cannot afford downtime,” added Gorelik. “Morphisec's impressive suite of cloud-delivered endpoint and server security solutions are already protecting our customers across 8 million endpoints, and the addition of our new incident response service adds a vital layer to triage critical security incidents and reduce the risk of attack for the future.” About Morphisec Morphisec is the world leader in providing advanced security solutions for midsize to small enterprises around the globe. The company’s security products simplify and automatically block modern attacks from the endpoint to the cloud. Unlike traditional security solutions relying on human intervention, Morphisec delivers operationally simple, proactive prevention. This approach protects businesses around the globe with limited security resources and training from the most dangerous and sophisticated cyber attacks.

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Perfect storm of cybersecurity risks threatens the hybrid workplace

HP Wolf Security | November 01, 2021

HP Inc. today released its latest HP Wolf Security report: Out of Sight & Out of Mind, a comprehensive global study highlighting how the rise of hybrid work is changing user behavior and creating new cybersecurity challenges for IT departments. The research shows that a growing number of users are buying and connecting unsanctioned devices outside of IT’s purview. It also highlights that threat levels are rising, with attackers increasingly successful at bypassing defenses and tricking users into initiating attacks through phishing. All of this is making IT support more complex, time-consuming, and costly than ever. The report combines data from a global YouGov online survey of 8,443 office workers who shifted to Working from Home (WFH) during the pandemic, and a global survey of 1,100 IT decision makers conducted by Toluna. Key findings include: New Shadow IT buying and installing endpoints with security out of mind: ‘Shadow IT’ typically refers to non-IT departments deploying software beyond the purview of IT. This shadow is now spreading, with individuals procuring and connecting devices without being checked by IT. 45% of office workers surveyed purchased IT equipment (such as printers and PCs) to support home working in the past year. However, 68% said security wasn’t a major consideration in their purchasing decision, while 43% didn’t have their new laptop or PC checked or installed by IT, and 50% said the same of their new printer. Phishing becoming increasingly successful: 74% of IT teams have seen a rise in the number of employees opening malicious phishing links or attachments on emails in the last 12-months. 40% of office workers surveyed aged 18-to-24 have clicked on a malicious email with almost half (49%) saying they have done so more often since working from home. Of office workers that clicked or nearly clicked a link, 70% didn’t report it to IT – 24% didn’t think it was important, 20% cited the “hassle factor”, while 12% had a fear of reprisal or being punished. Increase in devices being compromised fuels growth in rebuild rates: 79% of IT teams report rebuild rates increased during the pandemic. Rebuild rates directly correlate to the number of endpoints that require wiping and reimaging because they have been compromised, which implies more attackers are successfully breaching outer defenses. The real figure could be higher still: 80% of IT teams worry that employee devices might be compromised and they don’t know about it. "People often don't know if they have clicked on something malicious, so the real numbers are likely much higher," comments Ian Pratt, Global Head of Security for Personal Systems, HP Inc. "Threat actors don't always announce themselves, as playing the 'long game' to move laterally and infiltrate higher-value infrastructure has proven to be more lucrative. For example, by using cloud backups to exfiltrate sensitive data in bulk, encrypting data on servers, then demanding a multi-million-dollar ransom.” Pratt continues: "It shouldn't be this easy for an attacker to get a foothold - clicking on an email attachment should not come with that level of risk. By isolating and containing the threat you can mitigate any harmful impact, preventing persistence and lateral movement." With threats rising, it’s becoming more difficult for IT teams to deliver security support. 77% of IT teams said the time it takes to triage a threat has increased in the past year, while an estimated 62% of alerts relating to the endpoint are false positives, leading to wasted time. With IT teams tied up dealing with alerts, it’s becoming harder for them to onboard employees and identify threats: 65% of IT teams said that patching endpoint devices is more time-consuming and difficult due to the mass shift to home working, while 64% said the same of provisioning and onboarding new starters with secure devices. As a result, IT teams estimate the cost of IT support in relation to security has risen by 52% in the last 12-months. 83% of IT teams said the pandemic has put even more strain on IT support because of home worker security problems, while 77% of IT teams say homeworking is making their job much harder and that they fear teams will burnout and consider quitting. “As IT continues to grow in complexity, security support is becoming unmanageable,” Pratt concludes. "For hybrid working to be a success, IT security teams need to be freed from spending hours provisioning and fielding user access requests so they can focus on tasks that add value. We need a new security architecture that not only protects against known and unknown threats, but that helps to reduce the burden to liberate cybersecurity teams and users alike. By applying the principles of Zero Trust, organizations can design resilient defenses to keep the business safe and recover quickly in the event of a compromise.” HP is helping organizations to secure the hybrid workplace by delivering endpoint security that provides teams with greater visibility and management tools. With HP Wolf Security1 organizations benefit from robust, built-in protection from the silicon to the cloud, and BIOS to browser. HP Wolf Security provides the ideal support for securing the hybrid workplace – for example HP Sure Click Enterprise2 reduces the attack surface by rendering malware, delivered via email, browser or downloads, harmless through threat containment and isolation. HP Wolf Security enables teams to deliver defense-in-depth and enhanced protection, privacy, and threat intelligence, gathering data at the endpoint to help protect the business at large. About HP Wolf Security From the maker of the world’s most secure PCs3 and Printers4, HP Wolf Security is a new breed of endpoint security. HP’s portfolio of hardware-enforced security and endpoint-focused security services are designed to help organizations safeguard PCs, printers, and people from circling cyber predators. HP Wolf Security provides comprehensive endpoint protection and resiliency that starts at the hardware level and extends across software and services.

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Partner of FireMon and DLT Solutions to provide public sector Agile Network Security Policy Management

businesswire | December 10, 2020

FireMon, the main organization security strategy the executives organization that brings visibility, control, nimbleness, and mechanization to enterprise cloud and half and half organization infrastructure, today declared it has signed with DLT Solutions, the chief government innovation solutions aggregator. The partnership will encourage FireMon's commitment to public sector clients, simplify purchasing for government agencies, and give DLT's channel partners access to its dexterous organization security strategy the board stage's full capabilities. As government organizations move to the cloud and zero trust networks, they must oversee security policies over increasingly heterogeneous cross breed networks. Using FireMon, they can quicken their migrations with the certainty that they will stay secure and consistent even notwithstanding increasing rates of progress. Recently, FireMon was considered basic to public security by the United States Treasury, a world class designation which points to the significance FireMon solutions play to public sector customers. "As the public sector continues its digital transformation to modernize aging systems and infrastructure, new network security considerations and risks are introduced," said Chris Wilkinson, president, DLT Solutions, a Tech Data company. "Adding FireMon's solutions to our cybersecurity portfolio provides our channel partners and their public sector customers with an agile approach to managing network security policy that helps secure our nation's most critical networks." "As the move to the cloud accelerates, government agencies are challenged with securing complex hybrid networks and implementing zero trust architectures," said Andrew Warren, VP of Global Channel Sales for FireMon. "Working with DLT and its partners, FireMon lets them secure these networks seamlessly, without compromising agility or responsiveness." About FireMon FireMon is the only agile network security policy platform for firewalls and cloud security groups providing the fastest way to streamline network security policy management, which is one of the biggest impediments to IT and enterprise agility. Since creating the first-ever network security policy management solution, FireMon has delivered command and control over complex network security infrastructures for more than 1,700 customers located in nearly 70 countries around the world. For more information, visit www.firemon.com.

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