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SlashNext, Inc.

Existing cyber security technologies fail to provide adequate protection against today’s new breed of Social Engineering Attacks (SEAs), Data Exfiltration, Malware and Exploits. SlashNext, Inc. is a cutting edge enterprise cybersecurity company focused on developing new methods to identify and thwart the current generation of cyber-attacks. Led by hard core researchers, engineers and a seasoned management team, SlashNext is uniquely positioned to protect against the toughest network security challenges.

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Understanding Ransomware and Strategies to Defeat it

whitePaper | March 5, 2020

Held Hostage in Hollywood: In February 2016 the Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, in Los Angeles, paid a ransom of about US$17,000 to hackers who infiltrated and disabled its computer network with ransomware. The hospital paid the ransom of 40 Bitcoins (currently worth about $16,664) after a “network infiltration” began on February 5, when employees reported being unable to access the hospital’s network and electronic medical records system. “The malware locked access to certain computer systems and prevented us from sharing communications electronically,” said hospital CEO Allen Stefanek.

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Cyber Security State of Tech in 2022

whitePaper | August 4, 2022

The Coronavirus pandemic accelerated technology adoption in ways thought unimaginable just a few short years ago. But in the background and often without much fanfare, cybercrime grew far worse. Threat actors continued their work – often backed by millions of dollars from hostile foreign governments – to penetrate networks and wreak havoc on digital infrastructures

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Mid-Year Threat Landscape Report

whitePaper | November 17, 2019

The first half of 2019 brought interesting developments in malware targeting popular operating systems, in hardware and software vulnerabilities affecting consumer and businesses, and in the increased number of attacks aimed at (and even carried out by) IoTs. With the money motive driving the proliferation of malware, cybercriminals are nothing if not resourceful when developing new malware strands or coming up with more successful attack vectors. The number of malware samples roaming the internet is about to reach the 1 billion1 milestone.

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A Lifeline: Patient Safety and Cybersecurity

whitePaper | December 3, 2019

Healthcare information is unique and personal to us all.Indeed,the patient is at the center of healthcare, as it would not exist if the patient did not exist. Bits and bytes in today’s digital world have real significance when it come to patient care lives are on the line.

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Supply Chain Security in MongoDB’s Software Development Lifecycle

whitePaper | May 25, 2022

Cybersecurity breaches do more than expose data to malicious actors. They generate headlines, captivate the public’s attention, and shine a light on security gaps. Whether it’s weak passwords or the software supply chain, if a vulnerability exists, cybercriminals will exploit it.

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ZTE Cybersecurity White Paper 2021

whitePaper | October 29, 2021

Telecommunications equipment and systems, as critical infrastructure for a nation, have been widely valued by governments, operators, and users worldwide. Currently, the deployment of 5G has begun. Featuring faster speed, greater network capacity, and ultra-low latency, 5G will redefine the operation of critical infrastructure from the factory floor to the cloud. Its new technologies including Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC), and network slicing are paving the way for smart cities, remote surgery, autonomous vehicles, and large-scale Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity.

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Spotlight

SlashNext, Inc.

Existing cyber security technologies fail to provide adequate protection against today’s new breed of Social Engineering Attacks (SEAs), Data Exfiltration, Malware and Exploits. SlashNext, Inc. is a cutting edge enterprise cybersecurity company focused on developing new methods to identify and thwart the current generation of cyber-attacks. Led by hard core researchers, engineers and a seasoned management team, SlashNext is uniquely positioned to protect against the toughest network security challenges.

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