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What is Adaptive Threat Protection?

According to McAfee, Adaptive Threat Protection (ATP) is an endpoint security’s optional module that analyzes organizational content and decides action based on file rules, reputation, and reputation thresholds. According to another source, the ATP is a security model that monitors threats, improves cybersecurity risks changes, and evolves to meet the need for security systems that are integrated with IT for continuous deployment, as well as in hybrid environments and the virtual cloud.

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How to Prevent Industrial Espionage

Every organization needs to keep tabs on other players in the industry in order to stay competitive. It’s common for an organization to analyze a competitor’s website, perform secret shopping trips, and monitor a competitor’s marketing strategies. This type of competitive research is perfectly legal. But if an organization unlawfully obtains another company’s sensitive information, it is considered industrial espionage, which is illegal.

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Lnkr Makes a Comeback - This Ad's For Us

Previously Netskope Threat Labs published a blog post about a Lnkr ad injector campaign launched using Google Chrome extensions. As Figure 1 illustrates, the number of Lnkr infections spiked dramatically in November 2019 and again in the spring of 2020, when Brian Krebs uncovered information about the source of the infected Chrome extensions. .

Creating a Scalable and Repeatable Threat Hunting Program with Carbon Black and Siemplify

According to SANS, 82% of all SOCs are investing in advanced Threat Hunting programs, but that is no simple task. Many organizations struggle with incorporating threat hunting into their security operations efforts due to a lack of expertise. Creating an effective threat hunting program requires a combination of the right tools and the right processes. The combination of flexibility and automation opens up the ability for anyone in the security operations center to perform threat hunting at scale.

Intelligence Driven Threat Hunting with SOAR

Most security teams face the same challenges when it comes to their ability to be proactive: skills shortages, lack of visibility into weaknesses and the incapacity of internal resources to detect and eliminate threats. Cyberint’s new solution uncovers existing compromises, malicious activity, persistence, and residuals from past breaches with an intelligence-driven approach to hunt down threats. When managed threat hunting is combined with the power of security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR), organizations can obtain critical context about attacks in real-time, streamlining the response process. How managed threat hunting helps businesses be proactive about their security. Why it’s critical to onboard managed threat hunting service at a time when global challenges like COVID-19 create business disruption and change organizations’ digital environments for months or years to come The types of threats that can be discovered during a threat hunt – from active attacks to the remnants of past intrusions. How leveraging SOAR technology can help automate hunts and better manage security incidents, from identification to remediation, through custom playbooks. Presented By Adi Perez - VP Technology, CyberInt Nimmy Reichenberg - Cheif Marketing Officer, Siemplify

5 Strategies to Improve Secure Data Collaboration

Many organizations struggle to share data internally across departments and externally with partners, vendors, suppliers, and customers. They use manual methods such as emailing spreadsheets or executing batch processes that require extracting, copying, moving, and reloading data. These methods are notorious for their lack of stability and security, and most importantly, for the fact that by the time data is ready for consumption, it has often become stale.
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See Only What's Required With Instana's Granular Role Based Access Control

At Instana, we’ve spent years democratizing access to Application Performance Monitoring (APM). So when it came time to enhance the Role Based Access Control (RBAC) capabilities for our growing enterprise customers, we wanted to do more than just add access control. We wanted to add value for our users, not just limit their access.