Threat Intelligence Blog

Shopping Seasons and Scamming Sites

Shopping Seasons and Scamming Sites

Adi Bleih | 23 Dec 2021
Cybercriminals prepare long in advance for the holiday season – but they won’t need any wrapping paper for what they have in store. ‘Tis the season for phishing, and you’d better watch out.
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Forrester TEI: Cybersixgill can deliver 311% ROI, enabling enterprises to scale dark web threat intelligence while closing the knowledge gaps

Forrester TEI: Cybersixgill can deliver 311% ROI, enabling enterprises to scale dark web threat intelligence while closing the knowledge gaps

Meira Primes | 22 Dec 2021
A recent Total Economic Impact (TEI) conducted by independent consulting firm Forrester has affirmed: organizations employing Cybersixgill products experienced benefits of almost $1.57, and a 311% return on investment. 
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Case Study: How Our Investigative Portal Enhanced Radware’s Threat Intel

Case Study: How Our Investigative Portal Enhanced Radware’s Threat Intel

Laurie Ben-Haim | 20 Dec 2021
When Radware wanted to streamline its approach to gathering threat intel from the deep & dark web, the company turned to Cybersixgill. Check out the results.
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Cortex XSOAR Customers Can Now Get Actionable Alerts from the Cybersixgill Investigative Portal

Cortex XSOAR Customers Can Now Get Actionable Alerts from the Cybersixgill Investigative Portal

Dor Gosher | 16 Dec 2021
Cortex XSOAR customers can now bolster their cyber threat intel with our customizable, actionable alerts from the deep & dark web. Here’s what you need to know.
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The Apache Avalanche: Log4j2 Zero-Day Vulnerability

The Apache Avalanche: Log4j2 Zero-Day Vulnerability

Lior Marom | 12 Dec 2021
The Log4j2 Zero-Day vulnerability lit up the internet like an overachieving neighbor decorating their house for Christmas. Only days within its discovery, CVE-2021-44228 catapulted to the top of the CVE board, scoring the dreaded 10/10 CVSS rating. 
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Congratulations to Our Award-Winning CMO, Meira Primes!

Congratulations to Our Award-Winning CMO, Meira Primes!

Laurie Ben-Haim | 04 Nov 2021
On behalf of all of us at Cybersixgill, I would like to congratulate our Chief Marketing Officer, Meira Primes, on being recognized for her professional excellence by the 2021 Women in Business and the Professions World Awards. Meira has been announced as a Gold Globee winner, with the title of Top Woman of the Year […]
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How an MSSP Discovered a Compromised RDP Sold in a Dark Web Access Market

How an MSSP Discovered a Compromised RDP Sold in a Dark Web Access Market

Dov Lerner | 26 Oct 2021
This past June, CyberProof, an MSSP using Cybersixgill’s Investigative Portal, was approached by a client who had been targeted by a ransomware attack. Noa Raz, CyberProof’s Senior CTI analyst, understood that the ransomware group behind the attack had exploited compromised RDP connections as a means for establishing initial network access. This is in fact a […]
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9 Expert Tips for Addressing the Cybersecurity Skills Gap

9 Expert Tips for Addressing the Cybersecurity Skills Gap

Meira Primes | 19 Oct 2021
It is difficult to understand the world of cybersecurity today without understanding our field’s skills gap. That gap profoundly affects our workplaces every day, and it can cause overwork and burnout among cybersecurity professionals. On the other hand, it also pushes us to be especially innovative, with a major focus on automation and machine learning. […]
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And The Winner Goes To…

And The Winner Goes To…

Laurie Ben-Haim | 11 Oct 2021
We are happy to announce that Cybersixgill has been recognized by the 2021 Tech Ascension Awards. Both our Investigative Portal and our Darkfeed solution have been chosen as the Best AI/Machine Learning/Autonomous Solution.   The Tech Ascension Awards are given to top-performing tech companies based on technology innovation, market research, and competitive differentiators. This year, Cybersixgill was chosen […]
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For Business or for Banter: Who Roams the Dark Web? (and Why?)

For Business or for Banter: Who Roams the Dark Web? (and Why?)

Dov Lerner | 04 Oct 2021
We traced the digital footprints left by underground threat actors and made an interesting discovery: a correlation between why an actor uses a forum and how often the actor posts. What does this mean, and how can this intel help intelligence analysts in their investigations?
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