Threat actors who mine digital assets using other people's infrastructure have found a lucrative new cryptocurrency to motivate their hacking: the privacy-focused currency named Dero. CrowdStrike says it discovered a first - a Dero cryptojacking operation operating on a Kubernetes cluster.
SentinelOne has partnered with Wiz and revamped its pipeline generation efforts to capitalize on growing demand for cloud protection, said CEO Tomer Weingarten. By using a simple deployment process and eschewing kernels and agents, the company has prompted customers to switch to Singularity Cloud.
Wiz has become the most valuable venture-backed cybersecurity vendor in the world, raising $300 million on a $10 billion valuation just three years after its founding. The New York-based startup will use the Series D proceeds to guard more complex cloud environments and fulfill robust global demand.
Cisco plans to buy cloud security startup Valtix to simplify network security and protect workloads no matter which cloud they're created or consumed in. The networking giant says Valtix will give clients common policy and enforcements of networking across all major public cloud environments.
Cyber criminals are getting bolder and more sophisticated with their threats. As more business assets move to the cloud, attackers have followed close behind. This cloud account compromise threat brief will help you understand:
The anatomy of cloud account takeover
What damage cyber criminals can do with a...
The adoption of new technologies, multi-cloud architectures and multiple data storage sites has resulted in data residing in more places than ever before. That's why enterprises need a single pane of glass to know who's touching their data and why, says Imperva CEO Pam Murphy.
Airbus has made a formal offer to purchase a 29.9% stake in Atos' $4.8 billion Evidian cybersecurity, big data and digital business. Atos says it will initiate negotiations focused on both Airbus' offer and a long-term strategic and technological partnership between the two organizations.
There is a shift in the threats we see today as the expanding threat landscape adjusts to fresh opportunities. While not new, a class of cyberthreats called Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT) is rapidly growing. Attackers are increasingly turning to HTML smuggling and other HEAT techniques because of the success...
Internet isolation technology has turned cybersecurity on its head. The concept breaks the vicious cycle of reacting to threats. By assuming that all active web content is malicious, Internet isolation delivers full protection against even the most insidious web and email threats, including phishing.
By deploying in the cloud with a search-powered solution delivered on a single platform, we’ve been able to do things in multiple ways, adjust course, and be responsive to the business. We have more choices to drive better solutions.
Researchers at Sansec warn that 12% of e-commerce sites they studied publicly expose private backups and that hackers are actively scanning for them. Such backups can give attackers customer data, passwords and other details required to gain remote, administrator-level access to an environment.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Craig Box, vice president of open source and community at ARMO, discusses the complexity of using Kubernetes in a hybrid cloud environment, the need to understand "how these moving parts work together" and potential use of Kubernetes with 5G.
Organizations today struggle with both new attack surface challenges such as cloud configuration and exposed buckets and long-standing ones around vulnerable ports and infrastructure. CEO George Kurtz says CrowdStrike's recent purchase of Reposify will help customers defend their priority assets.
The cloud security landscape has long been fragmented, and different vendors attempt to separately address containers, serverless and vulnerabilities, says Wiz CEO Assaf Rappaport. Consolidating detection, vulnerability and misconfiguration data in a single place reduces the noise for clients.
Criminals lately have been prioritizing two types of attacks: exploiting Remote Desktop Protocol and penetrating cloud databases. So warns cyber insurer Coalition, based on analyzing in-the-wild attacks seen in 2022 via underwriting and claims data, scans of IP addresses and honeypots.