Your Latest Cyberthreat: Social Media

April 25, 2019

Where is your most confidential and important data stored? 48% On multiple unsecure locations including laptops, phones, devices, in employees’ homes. 6% Too busy to know where data is stored. Over half of all SMBs are willing to pay a.

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Infocyte

Infocyte enables organizations to hunt for unidentified security breaches and deny attackers the ability to persist undetected in their networks. Its agentless breach discovery technology assesses network endpoints for signs of post-compromise activity and malware missed by other security measures. Unlike traditional endpoint detection products, Infocyte goes beyond scanning files or searching for known malware (ie. IoCs) by instead focusing on identifying the distinct characteristics of a live, compromised system. We call this approach characteristic-based detection (CBD) and it succeeds in finding previously unknown malware by categorizing active and triggered processes by the unique markers or features associated with malware, operating system manipulation, and/or persistence.

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Cyber Security Market

Infographic | January 11, 2022

The global cyber security market size is anticipated to reach USD 366.10 billion by 2028 and exhibit a CAGR of 12.0% during the forecast period. The surging number of e-commerce platforms and the growing integration of machine learning, internet-of-things (IoT), and cloud are expected to boost the market's growth.

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Impact of Social Engineering Attacks

Infographic | April 4, 2022

A social engineering attack exploits human error to gain access to private and sensitive information.

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Alarming Cyber Security Stats to Know for 2022 & Beyond

Infographic | June 7, 2022

The best way to achieve security is to implement proper controls in place, train well on cyber-security, and follow the recommended best practices.

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Almost half of companies say cybersecurity readiness has improved in the past year

Infographic | December 16, 2019

Mobile and IoT-connected devices present special security risks that many companies are still figuring out how to mitigate. ZDNet's sister site, Tech Pro Research, recently polled IT professionals about the state of cybersecurity in their workplaces. Most seemed to feel that cyberthreats were relatively well controlled. The majority of respondents said their company's cybersecurity readiness was average or above, and most said it had improved in the past year.

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Alarming Cyber Security Stats to Know in 2022

Infographic | June 29, 2022

Attackers use multiple tactics to get access to your credentials and among those phishing is the most commonly used method. Every 9 out of 10 cyber-attacks start with a phishing email and end up costing millions of dollars to the organizations.

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2020 SONICWALL CYBER THREAT REPORT

Infographic | February 12, 2020

The boundaries of your digital empire are limitless. What was once a finite and defendable space is now a boundless territory a vast, sprawling footprint of devices, apps, appliances, servers, networks, clouds and users. Explore SonicWall’s exclusive threat intelligence to help you better understand how cybercriminals think and be fully prepared for what

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Infocyte

Infocyte enables organizations to hunt for unidentified security breaches and deny attackers the ability to persist undetected in their networks. Its agentless breach discovery technology assesses network endpoints for signs of post-compromise activity and malware missed by other security measures. Unlike traditional endpoint detection products, Infocyte goes beyond scanning files or searching for known malware (ie. IoCs) by instead focusing on identifying the distinct characteristics of a live, compromised system. We call this approach characteristic-based detection (CBD) and it succeeds in finding previously unknown malware by categorizing active and triggered processes by the unique markers or features associated with malware, operating system manipulation, and/or persistence.

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