Michael Gorelik, Morphisec Chief Technology Officer and Head of Morphisec Labs will be hosting the first in a series of threat analysis workshops/discussions on Thursday, September 27, 2018.
In less than two weeks, experts and enthusiasts from around the world will converge upon the Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas for Black Hat USA, one of the biggest information security events of the year. Black Hat is all about about the latest threat research, the newest hacking techniques and the most innovative technology, and Morphisec is excited to be a part of it.
Attending Black Hat 2018? We'd love to meet up. Connect with members of the Morphisec team either in a personal meeting or at one of our many Black Hat events.
Adobe disclosed that a Flash zero-day was being exploited in targeted attacks against Windows users. The critical vulnerability was discovered and independently reported by several security firms. Successful exploitation of the vulnerability allows arbitrary code execution which can ultimately lead to an attacker assuming full system control.
2018 is barely underway and we’re already seeing a whole new crop of cyber threats. Are you ready? Meet with Morphisec experts in person to find out how to build a lean, cost-effective security stack that protects your organization from whatever attackers come up with next. There’s just no substitute for a face-to-face exchange of ideas - come see us at one of these upcoming events to get all your cybersecurity questions answered.
The Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities disclosed earlier this month generated a lot of noise and a lot of confusion. Our security experts received a deluge of questions from customers and industry personnel alike. Responding to this need, Morphisec CTO and VP R&D Michael Gorelik went on air to provide some answers. If you missed the webinar, you can watch it here.
With a turbulent 2017 finally behind us, what’s the cybersecurity forecast for 2018? Some predictions need no crystal ball – the cyber labor shortage will continue, spending on security solutions will go up, the breaches that do occur will be bigger and messier. But what else is in store for 2018? Morphisec’s VP Sales Arthur Braunstein, VP Product Netta Schmeidler and our co-founder Dudu Mimram weigh in.
To all our readers:
Thank you for being with us this year and for sharing our interest in changing cybersecurity for the better.
We wish you a wonderful festive season and a successful 2018!
The entire Morphisec team
Topics: Endpoint Security
Two days ago, researchers at TarLogic published a proof-of-concept APT that leverages CVE-2017-11826, a Microsoft Office 0-day vulnerability existing in all Office versions. Microsoft issued a patch for the vulnerability in October, however many systems still remain at risk.
Modern manufacturing technology brings improved quality and efficiency at lower costs. It also brings greatly increased cyber risk. Deloitte and MAPI’s (Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation) recently published a report which takes a hard look at the effect of current manufacturing trends on cyber risk. The study found that, while manufacturers are beginning to prioritize cybersecurity, they have a long way to go. Read the report, “Cyber Risk in Advanced Manufacturing,” to see their findings and recommendations to be “secure, vigilant and resilient.”