Network Security

Insuring Cyber Health | Chubb’s Insight via SentinelOne Telemetry

In an expanding collaboration between Chubb, one of the largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance companies, and SentinelOne, a cybersecurity leader, clients of SentinelOne who are also Chubb policyholders can now share their enterprise cyber health assessment data with Chubb. This facilitates a more efficient and precise underwriting process. With the increasing emphasis on …

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S Ventures Invests in Guardz to Revolutionize Cybersecurity for SMBs

We are thrilled to announce our latest S Ventures investment in Guardz, a unified cybersecurity platform built to empower MSPs to secure and insure small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs). A Modern Approach to Cybersecurity for SMBs SMBs today face a unique set of challenges when it comes to protecting against the evolving cybersecurity threat landscape. …

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PinnacleOne ExecBrief | Navigating International Conflict and Escalation Dynamics

Last week, PinnacleOne detailed how firms can navigate the era of AI in cybersecurity and emerging tools to keep pace with advancing threats. This week, we focus on recent escalation dynamics in the ongoing conflict in the Middle East. Please subscribe to read future issues — and forward this newsletter to interested colleagues. Contact us …

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Cybersecurity – Week 15

The Good | Police Unmask 200 LockBit Affiliates Following the takedown of their operations earlier in the year, the inner workings of LockBit’s affiliate infrastructure have become clearer this week as investigations continue. The UK’s National Crime Agency, with assistance from the FBI, have reportedly matched a list of pseudonyms used by the ransomware gang …

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XZ Utils Backdoor | Threat Actor Planned to Inject Further Vulnerabilities

On Mar 29, 2024 details emerged about CVE-2024-3094, a vulnerability impacting the xz compression libraries used by Linux distributions. The backdoor code was distributed to all rolling distributions. However, it was tailored to target distributions such as Debian and Fedora, which patch their SSH daemon with liblzma. Further, the backdoor scripts included system checks to …

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PinnacleOne ExecBrief | Navigating the Era of AI in Cybersecurity: Challenges, Opportunities & Emerging Solutions

Last week, PinnacleOne detailed how geopolitical dynamics and cyber threats drive risk for firms investing in or building strategic technologies. This week, we focus on how emerging generative AI tools are accelerating cybersecurity defensive capabilities, with a deep dive on SentinelOne’s newly released Purple AI. Please subscribe to read future issues — and forward this …

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Transform SecOps with Purple AI, Now Generally Available

Imagine if hunting for emerging threats was as straightforward as asking a colleague a simple question in plain language. Today, I’m excited to announce that SentinelOne has turned this into a reality with the launch of Purple AI. Last April, we unveiled a first-of-its-kind AI-assisted platform that fuses data from SentinelOne’s real-time, embedded neural networks …

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Cybersecurity – Week 14

The Good | Developer Uncovers Backdoor Planted in XZ Utils Over the Easter weekend, software developer Andres Freund uncovered a backdoor hidden within XZ Utils, an open-source data compressor ubiquitous in nearly all Linux-based systems. Currently, the supply chain flaw is tracked as CVE-2024-3094 (CVSS score: 10.0) and is being described as what could have …

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PinnacleOne ExecBrief | Geopolitical and Cyber Risk in the Portfolio

Last week, PinnacleOne examined the geopolitical dynamics and risks facing firms that do business or have key dependencies in China and highlighted principles to frame a China-for-China strategy given firm-specific threat models. This week, we focus on the intersection of geopolitical and cyber risks facing western firms investing in strategic technologies and the dangers of …

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