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Automated cybersecurity specialist Forescout Technologies has introduced Forescout Frontline, a threat hunting service for organisations that lack the internal resources and visibility to defend themselves from cybersecurity attacks.

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GUEST OPINION: Companies are adopting cloud native technologies faster than ever before. With new technology comes new threats and challenges, so it’s no surprise that we’re seeing an increasing number of cyber threats targeting cloud native environments.

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2021 began with the SolarWinds supply chain attack and ended with the Log4j vulnerabilities, with vastly increased levels of ransomware in between. Cybercriminals are on the rise and 2022 shows no sign of abating. SonicWall’s comprehensive 66-page report brings you research, trends, and insights that make it a must-read for all CISOs, CTOs, and CIOs.

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McAfee Enterprise and FireEye have come together to create a resilient digital world as Trellix, and the new company’s first research report has come out. It reveals the magnitude of the Log4j vulnerability which dominated headlines and the focus of security teams and defenders alike - along with other insights into security issues in the third quarter of 2021. The report is a fascinating - and deeply sobering - read.

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McAfee Enterprise and FireEye have come together to create a resilient digital world as Trellix, and the new company’s first research report has come out. It reveals the magnitude of the Log4j vulnerability which dominated headlines and the focus of security teams and defenders alike - along with other insights into security issues in the third quarter of 2021. The report is a fascinating - and deeply sobering - read.

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From the SolarWinds attacks throughout last year to the influx of Apache Log4j vulnerability exploitations, the 2022 Security Report conducted by Check Point Research reveals the key attack vectors and techniques in 2021.

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The Log4j vulnerability appears to have been overhyped by the infosec industry, with nothing like the scale of attacks expected materialising.

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COMPANY NEWS: Since the first vulnerability in the Apache Foundation’s Log4j logging tool was revealed on 10 December, three sets of fixes to the Java library have been released as additional vulnerabilities were uncovered. This rapid iteration of fixes has left software developers and organisations worldwide scrambling to assess and mitigate their exposure with nearly daily-changing guidance. In the meantime, we’ve seen attempts to detect or exploit the vulnerability continue non-stop.

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A senior security professional says the vulnerability in the Log4j Java-based logging library is comparable to both the Heartbleed and Shellshock flaws that have come to light over the last decade, but the new vulnerability is more devastating.

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