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Carbon Black claims there's a link between geopolitics and cyberterrorism
“Geopolitical tensions manifest in cyberspace. There is a direct link between the failures of diplomacy and cyberespionage and cyberterrorism."
Carbon Black adds 9 new partners to its ‘Integration Network’
CbIN represents organisations that have used Carbon Black’s open APIs to build integrations designed to benefit the entire security community.
EXCLUSIVE: Rick McElroy shares how he’d breach an enterprise
Carbon Black’s Rick McElroy asserts at the end of the day, cyberwar is not about systems but rather humans vs humans as they are the weakest link.
Welcome to the cyber-regulatory market of 2018 and beyond
The cyber-regulatory environment is growing exponentially, to the point where we are seeing the maturity of a brand new market.
Report finds major banks under assault from stealth attacks
Cybercriminals are developing new technologies to not only penetrate system defences, but also to dwell within a company environment for longer.
Carbon Black announces HKT as one of its newest MSSP partners
HKT will use its MSSP status to offer a comprehensive suite of managed security services, including Carbon Black’s Cb Defense and Cb Response.
Cylance makes three Aussie hires in the name of ANZ expansion
The cybersecurity company has appointed a national marketing manager, an enterprise sales manager, and a senior sales engineer.
Carbon Black launches tech partner program to improve collective security defences
Carbon Black has launched a new technology partner program that is designed to improve cybersecurity through collective defence.
Carbon Black brings 80 tech partners together for new security integrations
The Carbon Black Integration Network (CbIN) has seen the likes of Juniper Networks, LogRhythm and Phantom building integrations with Cb's PSC.
See ya, APAC - Carbon Black's former VP heads for Palo Alto
Carbon Black sends APAC rep off to Palo Alto as new Americas field sales senior vice president.
VMware & Carbon Black team up on new data center security solution
"Cloud and virtualization provides enterprises with new security opportunities that go beyond traditional approaches.”
Android's poor system update process is putting devices at risk
Singh says that even one year after Android 7.0 Nougat was released, only 17% of devices run the operating system. The statistics are poorer for 7.1.
Cylance, Symantec, Carbon Black lead next-gen endpoint security market
Cylance, Symantec and Carbon Black have all featured top of the ranks in the Enterprise Management Associates next-generation endpoint security report
How to make attackers’ lives harder with effective threat hunting
Sandboxing was big, but I believe that in two years sandboxing won’t be an effective control, because the bad guys understand it.
Holiday alert: Cyberattacks can rise over 20 per cent starting now
As we approach the holidays organisations need to be on the lookout for cyber attacks if history offers an indication of what's to come.
Why business is looking good for ransomware criminals
New findings from a report that Carbon Black has released show it is easier than ever for criminals to extort money from victims through ransomware.
Carbon Black taps ex-Microsoft talent for channel VP role
Baez joins Carbon Black from Microsoft where he most recently managed global distribution and indirect channels and helped accelerate the growth of the ‘Cloud Solution Provider’ program.
How Wi-Fi KRACK vulnerability can hit almost everyone with an endpoint
We can be sure that attackers will leverage that delta in patching. Communication and router security has been ignored for too long.
Australia’s breach disclosure policy has major holes, expert says
Australia’s breach disclosure policy doesn’t go nearly far enough in protecting consumers and pales in comparison to the European Union’s GDPR.
Carbon Black and IBM Security tighten partnership with rapid response tool
An expanded partnership between Carbon Black and IBM Security aim to provide increased cyberattack visibility and accelerated incident response times.
Ransomware market skyrockets 2500% in one year: It’s now worth $6m
The ransomware scourge looks set to continue until at least the end of the year, topping what is being called the ‘most notorious year on record’.
How North Korea’s nuclear aggression masks a deeper threat
According to Carbon Black's national security strategist, the rogue nation has been carrying out a stealth campaign that threatens even worse mayhem.
What's ahead for ransomware: Seven predictions about its evolution
Our sampling has given insight into the future direction of ransomware. Following our analysis, we compiled seven predictions for its evolution.
Beyond AV Tour hits Auckland & Wellington
Most cyber breaches are caused by non-malware attacks. Those attacks can’t be prevented by technologies like machine-learning AV and traditional AV.