A Better Way to Prioritize Patching with Dark Web Intelligence

A Better Way to Prioritize Patching with Dark Web Intelligence

Laurie Ben-Haim | 01 Jul 2021
When the Microsoft Exchange server vulnerabilities were announced in March, it reportedly took attackers only five minutes to begin scanning networks, finding out which specific systems were most vulnerable and sharing proof-of-concept codes. While these vulnerabilities and others have been catastrophic, only one of 16 vulnerabilities is actually exploited. The mounting pressure on companies to defend themselves […]
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Priming Accounts for Scamming

Priming Accounts for Scamming

Dov Lerner | 22 Jun 2021
We can find transactions of accounts belonging to just about all e-commerce sites on the underground. With Amazon Prime day in progress, we took a deep dive on tactics and techniques of account takeovers belonging to the retail behemoth.
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Deep and Dark Web 101: Key Lessons from Our Presentation at SOCstock 2021

Deep and Dark Web 101: Key Lessons from Our Presentation at SOCstock 2021

Dov Lerner | 22 Jun 2021
What happens on the deep and dark web, and how does it affect cybersecurity? Check out highlights from the presentation we gave with Radware at SOCstock 2021.
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Beyond the Buzzwords: Is Real-Time for Real?

Beyond the Buzzwords: Is Real-Time for Real?

Gilad Levy | 01 Jun 2021
“Real-time”, “AI”, “hyper-context” are words that may be easily dismissed and often viewed as oversimplified concepts used ad-nauseum by B2B tech marketers. This couldn’t be truer in cybersecurity – maybe the most fragmented, saturated market where everybody promises that you, the savvy security professional, will sleep good at night, knowing you’re protected. But what if […]
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2020 in Review: The Deep and Dark Web Got Deeper and Darker

2020 in Review: The Deep and Dark Web Got Deeper and Darker

Dov Lerner | 02 Feb 2021
The coronavirus tremendously impacted the cyber underground. This report takes a bird's eye view on dark web activity in 2020.
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Cybercriminals Shift Tactics as COVID-19 & Law Enforcement Put Crunch on Credit Card Fraud

Cybercriminals Shift Tactics as COVID-19 & Law Enforcement Put Crunch on Credit Card Fraud

Yuval Ben-David | 28 Jan 2021
Illicit markets dealing in stolen credit card information have needed to shift tactics as COVID-19 and law enforcement put a crunch on credit card fraud.
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Cybersixgill and Microsoft Azure Sentinel: Take a TAXII to Better Threat Intelligence

Cybersixgill and Microsoft Azure Sentinel: Take a TAXII to Better Threat Intelligence

Ron Shamir | 29 Dec 2020
Cybersixgill Darkfeed is now available to Microsoft Azure Sentinel users, helping them to accelerate and elevate threat detection and response.
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9 Tips for Enhancing Ransomware & Phishing Detection In Your Company

9 Tips for Enhancing Ransomware & Phishing Detection In Your Company

Tirtza Giles | 22 Dec 2020
Ransomware and phishing detection is an increasingly critical aspect of cybersecurity. These tips can help your whole company work together to stay safe.
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Sixgill and Capgemini Partner up to Streamline and Enhance Cybersecurity

Sixgill and Capgemini Partner up to Streamline and Enhance Cybersecurity

Manuel Rivera | 22 Dec 2020
Sixgill has partnered with Capgemini, a major global provider of technology and consulting services, to streamline and enhance cybersecurity.
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An Inside Look: Why Diversity Is Essential in a Cybersecurity Company

An Inside Look: Why Diversity Is Essential in a Cybersecurity Company

Meira Primes | 03 Dec 2020
In the world of cybersecurity, building a diverse and inclusive team isn’t just a matter of fairness. It’s a key part of helping our clients stay safe.
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