Threat Intelligence Blog

How Threat Intel from the Dark Web Can Make Digital Transformation Safe

How Threat Intel from the Dark Web Can Make Digital Transformation Safe

Sumukh Tendulkar | 22 Oct 2020
While the benefits of digital transformation are becoming clearer, security concerns still scare many companies away. Monitoring the dark web can change that.
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Underground Reveals Popularity of Cyberattacks on Schools

Underground Reveals Popularity of Cyberattacks on Schools

Michael Angelo Zummo | 20 Oct 2020
Many cyberthreats against schools start or end on the dark web. What are the most popular topics of conversation right now? Let’s take a look.
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Cybersixgill and ThreatQuotient Partner to Enhance Threat Response

Cybersixgill and ThreatQuotient Partner to Enhance Threat Response

Ron Shamir | 15 Oct 2020
Cybersixgill Darkfeed is now available to users of Threatquotient’s ThreatQ platform - helping users stay ahead of the breakneck pace of cybercrime activity.
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How a Misunderstood Joke Went Viral on the Dark Web – and Why it Matters

How a Misunderstood Joke Went Viral on the Dark Web – and Why it Matters

Dov Lerner | 13 Oct 2020
The dark web plays a key role in the worlds of cybercrime and cyberthreat intel. But it’s not monolithic, and it’s not all serious – as one viral joke shows.
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#BreachPlease: How Hackers Outsmart Social Media Platforms

#BreachPlease: How Hackers Outsmart Social Media Platforms

Yuval Ben-David | 06 Oct 2020
Our latest research reveals that skilled threat actors are finding new, complex ways to hack social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter & Facebook.
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CrowdStrike and Cybersixgill Collaborate to Enable Enterprises to Stay Ahead of Emerging Threats

CrowdStrike and Cybersixgill Collaborate to Enable Enterprises to Stay Ahead of Emerging Threats

Sharon Wagner | 30 Sep 2020
We are delighted to join forces with Crowdstrike to provide security teams with groundbreaking tools for intelligence-driven cyber security programs.
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Introducing DarkWebster: Dark Web Slang for Noobs and Others

Introducing DarkWebster: Dark Web Slang for Noobs and Others

Dov Lerner | 30 Sep 2020
To understand the dark web, you need to know the latest vocab. Now you can learn a new slang term each week on our social media pages under #DarkWebster.
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Announcing the New Cybersixgill: Illuminating the Deep and Dark Underground

Announcing the New Cybersixgill: Illuminating the Deep and Dark Underground

Meira Primes | 23 Sep 2020
Our logo and visual style reflects who we are as a company: sophisticated, innovative, with a dash of healthy rebelliousness. See for yourself.
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Bending the Curve: Rising Fraud on Payment Platforms Amid COVID-19

Bending the Curve: Rising Fraud on Payment Platforms Amid COVID-19

Dov Lerner | 15 Sep 2020
Threat actors relate to payment platforms as a target to obtain fraudulent money and as a tool to launder fraudulent money. Even more so during COVID-19.
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Quantifying Cybersecurity: Darkfeed’s Real-World Value Through Key Metrics

Quantifying Cybersecurity: Darkfeed’s Real-World Value Through Key Metrics

Sumukh Tendulkar | 10 Sep 2020
Cybersixgill’s Darkfeed stands out for its ability to detect threats that other cyberthreat intel feeds can’t. We recently set out to quantify that ability.
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