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You Can Run, But You Can't Hide: Advanced Emotet Updates

Emotet has become one of the world’s most advanced botnets. Like many malware campaigns, Emotet’s primary mode of delivery is phishing emails that download malicious Microsoft Office documents. Furthermore, these documents are often hosted in popular cloud apps like Office 365 and Amazon S3 to increase the chances of a successful lure.

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The Case for Targeted Remote Browser Isolation with Next Gen SWG

Remote browser isolation (RBI) has many use cases, but has found a popular use case with secure web gateways (SWG). While SWGs can block known bad websites and allow known good ones, the gray area of uncategorized and security risk websites is a challenge for most SWG deployments. If you allow them, your inline defenses and endpoints are exposed and may miss evasive malware, macros, malicious scripts, and phishing attacks.

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How Netskope Can Help with Your 10 Critical Security Project - Nos. 7-8

The annual list of top security projects from Gartner provides key insights on where security leaders should focus their limited time and resources to be the most effective at protecting their data, users, and infrastructure. Netskope provides value for each of the top 10 recommended security projects for this year and next, including many critical capabilities. This blog series will highlight each Gartner recommendation and how Netskope specifically can help.

Straight Talk Series: Security vs. Speed

Today's network professionals are challenged with providing their users fast and direct access to their apps and data paired with the security controls the business requires. In this Straight Talk video, Netskope Senior Vice President, Joe DePalo discusses how Netskope delivers world-class security and data protection without performance tradeoffs.
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How Netskope Can Help with Your 10 Critical Security Project - Nos. 5-6

The annual list of top security projects from Gartner provides key insights on where security leaders should focus their limited time and resources to be the most effective at protecting their data, users, and infrastructure. Netskope provides value for each of the top 10 recommended security projects for this year and next, including many critical capabilities. This blog series will highlight each Gartner recommendation and how Netskope specifically can help.

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How Netskope Can Help with Your 10 Critical Security Project - Nos. 3-4

The annual list of top security projects from Gartner provides key insights on where security leaders should focus their limited time and resources to be the most effective at protecting their data, users, and infrastructure. Netskope provides value for each of the top 10 recommended security projects for this year and next, including many critical capabilities. This blog series will highlight each Gartner recommendation and how Netskope specifically can help.

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How Netskope Can Help with Your 10 Critical Security Projects - Nos. 1-2

The annual list of top security projects from Gartner provides key insights on where security leaders should focus their limited time and resources to be the most effective at protecting their data, users, and infrastructure. Netskope provides value for each of the top 10 recommended security projects for this year and next, including many critical capabilities. This blog series will highlight each Gartner recommendation and how Netskope specifically can help.

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Helpful Answers to Your SASE-est Questions

If you joined us for Netskope’s SASE Week, you’ll know that we covered quite a bit of ground with our talks and programming. For a relatively new concept, there’s still so much potential to explore and discuss that we could probably talk about it for much longer than just a week. Netskope customers, large and small, are seeing the cost and business benefits of moving to a cloud-native control point, with the security posture and risk management tools they need.

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Netskope Threat Coverage: SUNBURST & FireEye Red Team (Offensive Security) Tools

On Dec 8, 2020, the cybersecurity company FireEye reported that there had been a cyber attack on their systems. As part of this attack, their inventory of Red Team tools was stolen. These tools could potentially be used by a threat actor against unsuspecting victims. On Dec 13, 2020, after further investigation of this attack, FireEye reported that the initial vector came through SolarWinds, an upstream vendor, as a malicious trojanized update of SolarWinds’ Orion IT platform.