The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Cybersecurity – Week 29

The Good | Interpol-Led Operation Cracks Down on West African Cybercrime Syndicates The axe has fallen hard on West African crime syndicates as part of Operation Jackal III, a months-long law enforcement effort run across 21 countries. This week, Interpol reported some 300 arrests, the identification of over 400 suspects, 720 blocked bank accounts, and …

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PinnacleOne ExecBrief | AI’s Potential for Hacking

In our previous brief, PinnacleOne highlighted the flashpoint risk in the South China Sea between the Philippines, its treaty allies – the U.S. and China. This week, we focus executive attention on the likely future developments of AI’s application to offensive cyber operations. Please subscribe to read future issues — and forward this newsletter to …

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Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Beyond the Endpoint

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) has been the foundational technology of effective detection and response programs for many years, providing security teams with unparalleled visibility and response capabilities across end user systems, cloud workloads, and servers. While this remains true today, security operation centers (SOC) and incident response (IR) teams need additional capabilities ‘beyond the …

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Cybersecurity – Week 28

The Good | Feds Dismantle Major GenAI-Based Bot Farm Spreading Pro-Russian DisInformation Campaigns In a joint international operation led by the FBI, law enforcement have seized two domain names and nearly a thousand social media accounts all controlled by a large bot farm dedicated to spreading Russian propaganda. Under the management of a Russian FSB …

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The Impact of AI in Accelerating Autonomous Security Operations

Autonomous vehicles have captured the imagination of humans for decades. There are few examples of fully autonomous vehicles available today, designed for limited commercial use, but there is international consensus on what fully autonomous vehicles are and the standards by which they are measured. Autonomous flight is also quickly becoming one of the most popular, …

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Singularity Operations Center | Unified Security Operations for Rapid Triage

SentinelOne recently launched Singularity Operations Center, the new unified console, to centralize workflows and accelerate detection, triage, and investigation for an efficient and seamless analyst experience. This pivotal update includes integrated navigation to improve workflows and new and enhanced capabilities such as unified alerts management. Providing a deeper look into the Operations Center, this blog …

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Cybersecurity – Week 27

The Good | International Joint Operation Takes Down Over 600 IP Addresses Abusing Cobalt Strike Tool Hundreds of IP addresses abusing Cobalt Strike have been shut down in a joint effort involving law enforcement across several nations. Codenamed “Morpheus”, the joint operation resulted in flagging 690 IP addresses and domains used to infiltrate victim networks. …

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AI-Driven Real-Time Malware and Ransomware Detection for NetApp

Network-attached storage devices like NetApp contain volumes of data which are vital to business operations. With broad access available to so many users, protecting NetApp storage from malware is critical to operational stability and integrity. Organizations worldwide face increasingly sophisticated threat actors. AI-powered threat detection can level the playing field, protect business data, and stop …

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PinnacleOne ExecBrief | Flashpoint in Focus: South China Sea

Last week, PinnacleOne highlighted the flashpoint risk emerging at the near-term prospect of a full-scale conflict between Israel and Hezbollah. This week, we focus executive attention on the escalation dynamics in the South China Sea between China, Philippines, and the US, centered at the moment on the Second Thomas Shoal. Please subscribe to read future …

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