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Advanced Threat Analytics security research network technical analysis: NotPetya

This post is authored by Igal Gofman, Security Researcher, Advanced Threat Analytics.  On June 27, 2017 reports on a new variant of Petya (which was later referred to as NotPetya) malware infection began spreading across the globe. It seems the malware’s initial infection delivered via the “M.E.doc” update service, a Ukrainian finance application. Based on...

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Use Enterprise Threat Detection to find “invisible” cyberattacks

This post is authored by Roberto Bamberger, Principal Consultant, Enterprise Cybersecurity Group. Amongst the plethora of stories about cyberattacks in the news, multiple recent articles have been published describing the more difficult to detect cyberattacks which leverage normal tools already present in an enterprise to achieve their mission. SecureList calls the techniques used in these...

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The two-pronged approach to detecting persistent adversaries

Advanced Persistent Threats use two primary methods of persistence: compromised endpoints and compromised credentials. It is critical that you use tools to detect both simultaneously. With only one or the other in place, you give adversaries more opportunities to remain on your network. There are many attack vectors within these two main categories, including the...

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