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Displaying items by tag: Advanced Persistent Threats

GUEST RESEARCH: The latest Operational Technology (OT)/IoT security report from Nozomi Networks Labs finds wiper malware, IoT botnet activity, and the Russia/Ukraine war impacted the threat landscape in the first half of 2022.

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A new Adobe Flash zero-day exploit that works through a Microsoft Office document and delivers the latest version of the FinSpy malware as its final payload has been identified by security vendor Kaspersky Lab.

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Russia’s largest cybercriminal arrest has happened in part thanks to the enlightened efforts of security supremos, Kaspersky Lab, with the Lurk gang of 50 people arrested.

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Wednesday, 24 February 2016 13:41

APTs are more amateur than advanced

Many so-called advanced persistent threats (APTs) should be reclassified as amateur persistent threats characterized by relatively unsophisticated technical merit and extensive use of spear phishing.

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Tapping vendors and security specialists including Kaspersky Lab, Endian, BeyondTrust and AlienVault, here are the IoT, APT and other security predictions for 2016

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Symantec says it is ushering in a ‘new era’ of ATP or ‘advanced threat protection’ to detect and remediate advanced persistent threats from a single console with just a click.

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Thursday, 01 October 2015 15:31

Australia targeted by APTs

One third of Australian organisations have been exposed to advanced persistent threats (APTs), a substantially higher proportion than the global average.

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Trend Micro has released in Australia its 'Custom Defence' product billed as the first product that enables organisations to detect and analyse advanced persistent threats (APTs) and targeted attacks, to rapidly adapt their protection and respond to these attacks.

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Several current trends in the security landscape are likely to continue, according to a McAfee executive. But some are expected to be reversed, and that's not good news for those of us on the right side of the law.

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Friday, 22 October 2010 15:39

Windows threat trends: the view from McAfee

What are the threats currently facing Windows users? McAfee has some answers to this question, and its advice includes being especially watchful for phishing attempts at the end of each quarter.

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