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SecBI shines a light on the spaces in between anomalous activity

Threat hunting is at the top of security-conscious minds across industries. SecBI Advanced Threat Detection takes a rather different approach than its peers, with a commitment to unsupervised machine learning for cluster-wide detection of advanced threats. … Read More


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On the Radar: SecBI applies machine learning to cyber threat detection

Introduction SecBI has a platform for applying machine learning to threat analysis to streamline threat detection and enable autonomous threat hunting. Highlights It sees clustering as enabling detection where previously analysts would be drowning in data, running queries, spending hours … 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 trapping hardware. Here’s how it works. Network Traffic Analysis tools have … Read More


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DATA BREACH TRENDS

​Early in the afternoon on May 12, 2017, the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS) confirmed that it had been hit by a massive ransomware attack that was spreading its way around the globe. “This attack was not specifically targeted … Read More


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Cybersecurity Imperatives for Startups

Incidents of cyberattacks and malicious hacking seem to be dominating the news cycle of late, but computer system crimes have been increasing since the late 1980s. Many of the early occurrences were not meant to be harmful—skilled young programmers, often … Read More


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Why nation-states spy on private Industry and how do we defend ourselves?

There are a range of reasons why states engage in cyber-espionage targeting the private sector, but Alex Vaystikh explains that their methods are mostly the same as ordinary cyber-criminals, and defence is possible. Why do nation-states spy on private Industry … Read More


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Cybersecurity Demands a Military Mindset

American corporations have a high degree of cybersecurity risk awareness, and yet many enterprises, especially in non-regulated sectors, fall short in their cybersecurity stance. This is mainly because executives see security as an ROI-less investment mandated by regulation. Even worse, … Read More


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The worst of WannaCry is yet to come, warn experts

The massive scale of the recent WannaCry ransomware attack has exposed some significant weaknesses in global IT systems, and we are likely to see more attacks leveraging similar techniques, and doing even more damage, security experts say. WannaCry infected hundreds … Read More


DocuSign warns against phishing scam

San Francisco-based DocuSign Inc., global provider of electronic signature and digital transaction management solutions, warned of a phishing campaign with malicious code that began circulating May 16, 2017. Company representatives recommend deleting and not opening suspicious emails that contain non-PDF … Read More


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WannaCry fallout — the worst is yet to come, experts say

The massive scale of the recent WannaCry ransomware attack has exposed some significant weaknesses in global IT systems, and we’re likely to see more attacks leveraging similar techniques, and doing even more damage, security experts say. WannaCry infected hundreds of … Read More