Network Security

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Cybersecurity – Week 25

The Good | Dark Marketplace Operators Face Life Sentences for $430 Million in Illicit Transactions Two operators of Empire Market, a dark marketplace worth over $430 million in illicit profit, were officially charged this week. Running the marketplace from February 2018 to August 2020, Thomas Pavey (aka “Dopenugget”) and Raheim Hamilton (aka “Sydney” and “Zero …

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AWS re:Inforce 2024 Recap | Developing Security Culture, Inclusion, and Education

Back on the East Coast in Philadelphia after last year’s AWS re:Inforce in Anaheim, the SentinelOne team took in the cloud security-focused sights and sounds of over 5,000 other attendees from around the world. Our team had a very busy week filled with great conversations at our booth, in-depth speaking sessions, AWS Partner Day, AWS …

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How SentinelOne Delivers Results, Not Noise | MITRE Managed Services Engenuity ATT&CK® Evaluations

Organizations are faced with an increasingly sophisticated, constantly evolving threat landscape and limited resources to protect their environments. To keep up, many businesses count on the 24/7 hands-on expertise provided by managed detection and response (MDR) services. SentinelOne has once again demonstrated industry-leading real world performance in the latest independent MITRE ATT&CK® Evaluation of managed …

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PinnacleOne ExecBrief | Deep Tech In The Crosshairs

Last week, PinnacleOne highlighted how a new turn of phrase by China’s leader will spark efforts across the country to make scientific breakthroughs occur out of thin air (or steal them from the west). This week, we flag three emerging threats to the “deep tech” venture ecosystem underpinning western technological and strategic advantage. Please subscribe …

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Cybersecurity – Week 24

The Good | Ukrainian Police Arrest Cryptor Specialist Helping Conti & LockBit Ransomware Operations A Russian national was arrested this week for allegedly working with Conti and LockBit ransomware groups, helping to make their malware undetectable and also conducting at least one attack himself. Ukrainian cyber police apprehended the 28-year-old man in Kyiv during Operation …

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Building a Defense Posture | Top 5 Cybersecurity Tips For Small & Medium Businesses (SMBs)

Verizon’s annual Data Breach Investigations Report has historically compared and contrasted small and medium businesses (SMB) against large organizations. Not this year. The reason: Both SMBs and large enterprises are increasingly sharing similar attack surfaces. With much of the same services and infrastructures, the difference between the two boils down to the available resources. Where …

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Navigating the NVD Backlog | How to Stay Ahead in Vulnerability Management

The National Vulnerability Database (NVD) is a critical – yet often overlooked – element of an organization’s security defenses. Established to provide a catalog of known software vulnerabilities, it has become an authoritative source of vulnerability intelligence. However, the NVD faces a troubling backlog of vulnerabilities raising existential concerns about its efficacy. This blog post …

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Block Attacks with SentinelOne’s AI-Powered CNAPP

Market research soon to be published in the first annual SentinelOne Cloud Security Report shows that cloud security professionals are drowning in data, yet lacking insights. While many point-specific solutions like cloud security posture management (CSPM), cloud detection and response (CDR), and cloud workload protection platforms (CWPP) are now mainstream, organizations are struggling with data …

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Introducing Real-Time CWPP for Amazon ECS Fargate

Containers are popular because they are easy to build, test, and operate across a wide variety of infrastructure. Increasingly, serverless infrastructure services like AWS Fargate are preferred for containerized workload operations, because they allow organizations to focus their resources on innovation, while outsourcing the infrastructure management to their cloud service provider. In this blog post, …

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PinnacleOne ExecBrief | China’s “New Quality Productive Forces”

Last week, PinnacleOne examined how China’s strategy for evading semiconductor technology controls is driving an increased insider threat issue for leading western enterprises. This week, we highlight how a new turn of phrase by China’s leader will spark efforts across the country to make scientific breakthroughs occur out of thin air (or steal them from …

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