Winning Against Infrastructure Attacks
Winning Against Infrastructure Attacks

Recent news that hackers have been targeting our country’s nuclear facilities since May make for attention-grabbing headlines but while the story is concerning, it certainly isn’t surprising. Since the joint U.S. – Israeli designed Stuxnet attack became front page news back in 2010, we’ve all known nation states (including our own) are hard at work creating and implementing cyberattacks that cause widespread harm. Thankfully...

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Quantifying Insecure Endpoints in 2017
Quantifying Insecure Endpoints in 2017

Absolute recently teamed up with the expert researchers at Ponemon Institute to study the state of endpoint security in 2017. While we are all painfully familiar with the significant challenges infosec pros face to secure organizations against the persistent, ever-constant barrage of attacks leveraged by cyber criminals, just how important is it? When it comes to persuading other lines of business and funding your...

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WannaCry Again with Petya?
WannaCry Again with Petya?

Another massive ransomware outbreak is on the move and it seems few are immune but many more could be…if they would stay up to date on patching. In what appears to have started in Ukraine yesterday and then quickly spread throughout Europe and beyond, enterprises from virtually every industry are falling victim to another large scale ransomware attack. From oil refineries to banks, government...

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