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COMPANY NEWS: Solista, an award-winning Australian cloud transformation and security consultancy, has announced the formation of the Zero Trust Alliance, an integrated security offering combining best-of-breed technologies from market-leading security vendors, CrowdStrike, Netskope, Okta, Illumio, CyberArk and Mimecast.

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Company News: Zscaler, the leader in cloud security, today announced innovations for the Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange platform and new programs designed to secure digital businesses. New security solutions, resources for IT execs and practitioners, and deployment guides to expedite zero trust adoption are redefining the rules of IT security for today's internet-driven, cloud-first businesses. The combination of these offerings provides digital businesses a holistic approach to securing modern organisations and the pragmatic skills and blueprints needed to be competitive.

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Integration Provides Full-spectrum IT/OT Visibility and Threat Detection Coverage

COMPANY NEWS: Claroty, the global leader in operational technology (OT) security, today announced it is partnering with CrowdStrike, a leader in cloud-delivered endpoint and workload protection, on an integration between The Claroty Platform and the CrowdStrike Falcon platform. This integration delivers comprehensive visibility into industrial control system (ICS) networks and endpoints, with a one-stop-shop for information technology (IT) and OT asset information directly within The Claroty Platform. It also delivers enhanced detection of ICS threats across the IT/OT boundary without the need for added connectivity, signature reconfiguration, or manual updates. The result is more effective and efficient IT/OT security governance and strengthened security posture spanning all connected sites.

The controversial American security firm CrowdStrike, which was called in to investigate the alleged Russian hack of DNC servers in 2016, had no proof that any emails from the system had been exfiltrated despite public assertions that this had occurred, according to the transcript of an interview released by the US Government a few days ago.

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Security firm CrowdStrike is touting for more business, beyond its base in the US. That's probably why the company has put out a mid-year threat report which mostly contains details of tactics, techniques and procedures.

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Cyber security solutions for public cloud and as-a-service grew by 46% year-on-year for the first quarter of the current year, the analyst firm Canalys says.

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Controversial American security firm CrowdStrike did not provide an unredacted or final report to the FBI after it was called in to examine the servers at the Democratic National Committee that were hacked in 2016 and which led to claims of Russian interference in the US presidential election of the same year.

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American security firm CrowdStrike has announced it is integrating the ability to detect firmware attacks in its endpoint protection product Falcon, a first of sorts.

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US security firm CrowdStrike has issued its annual Global Threat Report about cyber threats and their incidence, but the 75-page document contains no mention of any American state-based malware, otherwise known as APTs or advanced persistent threats.

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Security software testing company NSS Labs has filed an anti-trust suit against security firms Symantec, CrowdStrike, ESET and the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organisation, claiming that they had conspired to prevent independent testing of their products.

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Global research conducted by security software vendor CrowdStrike reveals many companies lack visibility and awareness to combat supply chain attacks despite the majority having experienced breaches.

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Security firm CrowdStrike appears to be trying to adopt a "business as usual" mode as it tries to make the world at large forget its role in one of the most publicised hacks of modern times: the breach of servers of the Democrat National Committee in 2016.

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Cloud endpoint protection provider CrowdStrike has released research revealing a threat spends an average of 86 days in a corporate network before it is detected, despite needing under two hours to move laterally to other systems on the network.

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SaaS endpoint security vendor CrowdStrike today announced large increases to its Asia Pacific and Japan channel and partner programmes, continuing its growth in these regions.

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Young start-up SaaS endpoint security vendor CrowdStrike continues its positive trajectory with recognition by research firm Gartner as the leading product within the visionary quadrant for its space.

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SaaS endpoint protection provider, CrowdStrike Inc., has released its annual cyber intrusion services casebook providing valuable insights into attack tactics and the state of breach readiness across industries.

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ANALYSIS The current reds-under-the-beds scare in the US is increasingly being sold by the media, with unproven claims often being paraded as fact. A prime case of this was seen recently when the Associated Press claimed that the group that had allegedly targeted Hillary Clinton last year had also been hacking many other foes of the Russian state.

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Security companies in the US tend to see a Russian hand in everything these days. The latest firm to come up with a Russian bogeyman is FireEye, which issued a report last week, claiming with "moderate confidence" that a campaign against the hospitality sector was being run by APT28, a group that FireEye claims is sponsored by the Russian Government.

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Telstra has taken up an investment in client company CrowdStrike, a US-based cyber security and cloud endpoint security provider, which has just completed a US$100 million capital raising.

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Thursday, 27 October 2016 11:29

CrowdStrike warns of malware-free attacks

If you're only looking for malware, how will you spot an attack that doesn't use it?

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