Artificial Intelligence (AI) Takes Center Stage in 2019May 22, 2019
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the process of using deep learning algorithms to find patterns in big data to learn and either reveal hidden information or deliver solutions to complex problems. In cybersecurity it can play a huge role in the identification, detection, and prevention of cyber threats, including new malware
Secuvant’s Managed Detection and Response Solution for SMBsMay 22, 2019
As a “threat hunting service”, Secuvant’s MDR solution provides small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) a security operations center (SOC) team encompassing security architects, security engineers, and security analysts responsible for monitoring networks, security event management, and conducting advanced analytics for enhanced cybersecurity and risk management.
The FBI Cyber Division Releases Private Industry Notification on Insider ThreatsMay 22, 2019
On April 23, 2019 the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Cyber Division released a private industry notification titled, Cyber Insider Threat Actors Disrupt Networks and Steal Data, Inflicting Significant Losses to U.S. Businesses, to assist security professionals and system administrators to protect against cyber threats and cyber criminals.
DNS Hijacking Presents Itself as a Dangerous New Attack in 2019Mar 20, 2019
With the recent global cyberespionage campaign occurring, the Secuvant team felt it was important to dive deeper into this top exploit and further explore DNS hijacking and how it can affect your business, review the recent emergency directive that was issued on DNS hijacking regarding the global campaign, and understand how to protect your organization from this attack.
Common Types of Malware and Attacks that Occurred in 2018Mar 20, 2019
Malware or malicious software can come in many different forms with the sole purpose of harming your system, network, and devices through program or software code. With the proliferation of creative threat actors finding ways to breach organizations’ systems, small and medium sized businesses, their vulnerabilities are becoming prime targets for malware attacks. Before diving into the top malware attacks that occurred in 2018, lets discuss the top 10 common types of malware you should be aware of.