Threat Intelligence Blog

Looking Beyond CVSS Scores for Effective Vulnerability Management

Looking Beyond CVSS Scores for Effective Vulnerability Management

Sumukh Tendulkar | 22 Jul 2021
Vulnerability management is a critical part of cybersecurity, yet the conventional approach often relies on outdated and incomplete info. Here’s a more promising alternative.
Read More >
How Cybersixgill’s Dynamic Vulnerability Exploit Score (DVE) Simplifies Vulnerability Management for Swimlane Customers

How Cybersixgill’s Dynamic Vulnerability Exploit Score (DVE) Simplifies Vulnerability Management for Swimlane Customers

Laurie Ben-Haim | 13 Jul 2021
Swimlane customers can now use the Cybersixgill Dynamic Vulnerability Exploit Score (DVE) to take on the challenge of vulnerability management.
Read More >
Cybersecurity Meets Business: 4 Key Trends from Our PrivSec Global Discussion

Cybersecurity Meets Business: 4 Key Trends from Our PrivSec Global Discussion

Sumukh Tendulkar | 08 Jul 2021
Risk ∝ (Threat * Vulnerability) / Controls More threats or more unmitigated vulnerabilities means more risk. More effective controls means less risk. We all know this and most of us have experienced it. It really is straightforward. However, full 68% of executives say their cyber risk is increasing. Covid-19 and digital transformation meant even more increase in […]
Read More >
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 […]
Read More >
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.
Read More >
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.
Read More >
Consciousness of Streaming: How Many Netflix and Disney+ Accounts Are On The Dark Web?

Consciousness of Streaming: How Many Netflix and Disney+ Accounts Are On The Dark Web?

Dov Lerner | 16 Jun 2021
In earlier generations, individuals seeking to access in-house entertainment without paying resorted to measures such as illegal cable hookups or downloading mp3s from Napster. Nowadays, as content is delivered on-demand through online streaming services, the only thing preventing an aspiring viewer from reaching massive libraries of content is a legitimate username and password. Anyone even […]
Read More >
Beyond the Buzzwords: Superficial Intelligence

Beyond the Buzzwords: Superficial Intelligence

Gilad Levy | 08 Jun 2021
In the previous post we explored 2021’s numero uno TI buzzword – “real-time.” We’ve ventured beyond the meaning and dove deep into what “real-time” means and how to understand whether or not a certain real-time solution is suitable for you. The runner-up, “AI,” has certainly been around the block for quite some time – some might argue […]
Read More >
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 […]
Read More >
Hardware Spoofing Lets Gamers Evade Cheating Bans

Hardware Spoofing Lets Gamers Evade Cheating Bans

Michael Angelo Zummo | 25 May 2021
For $65 per year, you can cheat all you want in video games. You might think gaming and esports are harmless arenas where young people get to blow off some steam and have fun. Esports are big business, with professional gamers and streamers competing for cash or the eyeballs of fans (and the endorsements that […]
Read More >