The Italian cybersecurity agency says at least a dozen hacks against unpatched VMware ESXi servers in the country are likely tied to the BlackBasta ransomware group. Investigators say the ransomware campaign may have hit thousands of organizations worldwide since Thursday.
Cisco plans to debut a common design language across its network and security offerings so that products such as Cisco Meraki and Umbrella will no longer look or feel different from one another, says Jeetu Patel, executive vice president and general manager for security and collaboration at Cisco.
Proofpoint has focused on preventing cyberattacks, but customers have increasingly asked for help with blocking lateral movement from compromised identities, says CEO Ashan Willy. Acquiring Illusive in December will help Proofpoint block identity attack paths when a user is compromised.
Incumbent XDR platforms target large enterprises with access to a full security operations center, threat hunters and incident response teams, says Bitdefender CEO Florin Talpes. But firms looking to successfully serve the SMB market need to modify their XDR tools to address the skills shortage.
Tufin has promoted chief revenue officer Raymond Brancato to CEO and tasked him with simplifying visibility, compliance and automation for AWS and Azure. Brancato plans to focus on helping clients better understand their security posture in cloud, SD-WAN and SASE environments.
Acquiring Area 1 Security has allowed Cloudflare to extend its network protection capabilities from DDoS attacks to phishing emails, says co-founder and CEO Matthew Prince. Area 1's technology means customers will enjoy a better rate of detection with fewer false positives than legacy offerings.
IronNet is just days away from insolvency and its board of directors says it will investigate allegations that company executives misled investors over growth projections. The firm was founded and is helmed by retired Army Gen. Keith Alexander, the former NSA director and U.S. Cyber Command chief.
The security industry has traditionally tried to protect sensitive data by putting control points on endpoints or networks, but Skyhigh Security has taken a different approach. The company applies consistent policies around how data is treated across its ZTNA, SWG and CASB offerings.
ExtraHop has snagged high-profile Check Point, Cylance and Optiv executive Chris Scanlan to help the network security provider reach $500 million in annual recurring revenue. The Seattle-based network detection and response vendor has tasked Scanlan with strengthening ExtraHop's go-to-market motion.
Malware activity has increased 28% since last year, and botnet and exploit activity are up over 100%, according to CyberTheory's 2022 Third Quarter Review. CyberTheory Director Steve King says "a new approach to cybersecurity defense" is needed to fight today's cybercrime.
A surging Fortinet and Check Point have joined perennial stalwart Palo Alto atop the firewall Forrester Wave while Cisco slipped to the strong performers category. The leaderboard now belongs solely to pure-play cybersecurity vendors, with all three having at least 15 years of firewall experience.
A surging Microsoft has leapfrogged to the top of the SIEM Gartner Magic Quadrant, catapulting past security operations stalwarts IBM, Splunk, Securonix and Exabeam. Microsoft has climbed from being named a visionary by Gartner last year to crushing the SIEM market in execution ability this year.
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Lloyd's of London is probing a possible cybersecurity incident that led it to yank some systems offline. Details are scarce at the moment, including whether the incident is malicious or involves ransomware and who may have instigated the incident.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Amit Shah, director of product marketing at Dynatrace, discusses the implications of the Log4Shell software vulnerability and the need for organizations to take an observability-led approach to software development and security going forward.