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Ransomware captures the headlines, but the real threat to organizations is still the APT

It’s nearly the end of 2017, and time for end-of-year reports and conclusions. When it comes to cybersecurity, there’s no doubt that 2017 was the year of ransomware, with attacks increasing 250% and hitting the U.S. the hardest. Ransomware is … Read More

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SecBI and Orange awarded the France-Israel Chamber of Commerce award

SecBI, alongside its partners and investors, Orange, were honored to participate in a Gala Dinner on September 12, hosted by Mr Jean-Yves Le Drian,  Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs  and Mr. Pierre Gattaz, president of “Mouvement des entreprises de France” (MEDEF), … Read More

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Data breaches are a reality of doing business in the digital world- but they should be detected much sooner

Three major data breaches were exposed recently. In the first, credit rating agency Equifax was hacked, and details of more than half of the US population leaked. The second involved the US SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission), whose EDGAR system … Read More

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The Demise of Ransomware

Ransomware is dying, not today, not next month and even not next year. However, it is slowly and surely losing its place as the no. 1 perceived threat to organizations.   This may seem counterintuitive given the latest mega-attacks (Wannacry … Read More

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Patrolling network traffic with SecBI

SecBI’s new software aims to eliminate two of the problems with using traffic analysis in cybersecurity: volume processing of data for actionable threat intelligence and a reliance on network tapping hardware. Here’s how it works. A story by John Breeden II, as … Read More

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3 reasons it’s cool to be a hunter

SANS Institute recently listed “Threat Hunter” as the coolest career in its Cyber Talent Immersion Academy. We couldn’t agree more! However, since there is still some skepticism about threat hunting, we decided to ask our own amateur hunter — SecBI … Read More

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What does a data scientist do? An Interview with Dr. Liv Aleen Remez, Data Scientist, SecBI

Data Science is a major buzz nowadays. In order to learn more, we’ve interviewed Dr. Liv Aleen Remez,  Data Scientist, about her work at SecBI, about data science and cybersecurity. Liv holds a doctorate in biology, specializing in genetics and bioinformatics, and is … Read More

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Using Cluster Analysis for Comprehensive Threat Detection

Cyber-attacks are becoming stealthier and with the ability to remain dormant for long periods of time. Some of the ways malware stays hidden include changing their behavior dynamically and autonomously to avoid detection.It can dynamically generate new communication channels known … Read More

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Data breach notification- your time is running out

Throughout the globe, regulatory bodies are tightening their grip over companies and organizations that handle personal information, enforcing more stringent data and privacy rules and mandating breach notification. Data breach notification laws regulate how companies notify their customers of data … Read More

Don’t cry- Luckily it was just Ransomware

As I write this sentence, the humongous, nightmarish cyber attack that took place during the weekend of May 12th has gained the perpetrators only $26,000, according to Security Reporter Brian Krebs. At SecBI, we’ve closely watched the story unfold and … Read More