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Posted by Michael Gerard on July 18, 2023

Gartner® has published a new report focused onAutomated Moving Target Defense (AMTD) technology innovation. According to Gartner: “Combining AMTD solutions at different layers of the technology stack provides innovation leaders with a highly...

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Posted by Michael Gerard on May 18, 2023

There’s now a new ransomware attack, on average, every 10 seconds. Threat actors have become powerful and sophisticated enough to successfully hold national governments—such as Ireland and Costa Rica—to ransom. 

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Posted by Bill Reed on April 6, 2023

Few executives doubt their organizations must pay more attention to cybersecurity. Cybercrime costs were estimated at $8.4 trillion globally in 2022 alone, and could exceed $20 trillion by 2026. No organization can afford to ignore this risk.

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Posted by Oren Dvoskin on March 23, 2023

Fileless malware attacks are a malicious code execution technique that works completely within process memory. In a fileless attack, no files are dropped onto a hard drive. With no artifacts on the hard drive to detect, these attacks easily evade...

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Posted by Alon Shekalim & Michael Dereviashkin on February 15, 2023

Morphisec has recently identified a highly evasive malware campaign delivering ProxyShellMiner to Windows endpoints.

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Posted by Oren Dvoskin on January 25, 2023

ChatGPT is a powerful AI chatbot that uses a huge data collection and natural language processing to “converse” with users in a way that feels like a normal, human conversation. Its ease of use and relatively high accuracy has seen users leverage it...

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Posted by Michael Gerard on November 22, 2022

For the second consecutive year, Gartner has highlighted Moving Target Defense (MTD) as a featured technology, and Morphisec as a Sample Vendor for the technology in their report, Emerging Tech Impact Radar: Security. The authors define MTD as “......

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Posted by Michael Gerard on November 2, 2022

On a scale of one to ten, how effective is the status quo approach to server security?In theory, it should be ten. The path to keeping servers protected from the outside world (segmentation, firewalls, vulnerability patching, security solutions...

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Posted by Mitchell Hall on October 26, 2022

The evidence is clear that despite expanding cybersecurity investment, sophisticated cyberthreats are increasingly successful. Household brands like Uber and Apple, essential service providers like Colonial Pipeline, and even entire nation states...

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Posted by Hudi Zack on August 4, 2022

In the last couple of years, security teams in large enterprises and high-profile government organizations have increasingly experienced a new form of attack. This attack leverages the supply chain of an organization’s software ecosystem (and less...

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Posted by Mitchell Hall on July 28, 2022

On the dark web, private health information (PHI) sells for up to $1,000 per record. In response to surging healthcare cyberattacks, it's now glaringly obvious that data security in healthcare needs to go in a new direction.

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Posted by Mitchell Hall on July 13, 2022

In the last few years, organizations in every sector have witnessed a clear shift in the threat landscape. Although the number and frequency of all kinds of cyberattacks increased, ransomware in particular has undergone extremely rapid evolution....

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Posted by Michael Gorelik on June 28, 2022

Ransomware attacks have undergone a pandemic-accelerated evolution in recent years—and defenses have struggled to keep up. The first phase of ransomware has given way to something new and different, better and worse. To help understand this...

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Posted by Bill Reed on June 21, 2022

Shoe shops and security operation centers have something in common. One size fits all solutions are not a great idea in either area. Unfortunately for security professionals trying to secure Linux servers, purpose-built Linux solutions are...

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Posted by Bill Reed on May 31, 2022

Not long ago, the term “Linux protection” was closer to an oxymoron than a strategy. For security teams and vendors alike, Linux systems were seen as being either immune to cyber threats or not something threat actors targeted.

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Posted by Bill Reed on May 10, 2022

"Make do and mend." If you work in IT security, this slogan, from a pamphlet issued by the British government in 1943, probably resonates. In security, constant mending—i.e. patching, is a fact of life. So what is virtual patching and why would you...

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Posted by Morphisec Team on May 4, 2022

Ransomware attacks have never been more dangerous, or prolific. 2020 was described by security experts and media outlets as the "worst year ever for ransomware." Then ransomware attacks grew by 105 percent between 2020 and 2021. This cyberwar has...

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Posted by Bill Reed on April 27, 2022

For small and medium businesses (SMBs), digital transformation has been a double edged sword. Cloud technologies and IoT devices have boosted productivity during a punishing pandemic where every dollar counts. But these advances have come at a cost....

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Posted by Michael Gerard on April 12, 2022

Although almost nothing seems to get bipartisan support anymore, cybersecurity may be an exception to the rule. On March 1 2022, the Senate unanimously approved the Strengthening American Cybersecurity Act. This bill follows President Biden's ...

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Posted by Michael Gerard on April 7, 2022

Cybersecurity professionals be warned: 2022 offers no respite from the wave of cybercrime that’s tormented enterprises these past couple of years. Cybersecurity was already a fast-moving sector prior to Covid-19. But the emergence of remote work,...

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