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Advanced Malware Detection and Response and Other Cybersecurity Services on the Rise

Posted: April 22, 2014   /   By: Jon Oltsik   /   Tags: IBM, Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, Palo Alto Networks, Cisco, Information and Risk Management, FireEye, HP, Dell, Security and Privacy, Security, Mandiant, Lockheed, DHS, Barracuda, Booz Allen Hamilton, bromium, Leidos, nsa, Cylance, cybercrime, CSC, Damballa, NIST, BT, NSF, mssp

Think about all of the cybersecurity industry activity with advanced malware detection and response and what comes to mind? Most people would probably focus on technology vendors like Bromium, Cylance, Damballa, FireEye, and Palo Alto Networks since these firms have garnered headlines, raised vast fortunes of VC funding, and even pushed through successful IPOs.

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Enterprise Organizations Describe Weaknesses in Malware Detection and Protection

Posted: January 15, 2014   /   By: Jon Oltsik   /   Tags: IBM, Palo Alto Networks, Information and Risk Management, FireEye, Security and Privacy, Security, malware, Mandiant, Barracuda, Leidos, Target, cybercrime, CSC, Anti-malware, NIST, APT, Unisys, Splunk

Well here we are halfway through January and you can’t cross the street without hearing about a malware attack or security breach somewhere – Neiman Marcus, Target, Yahoo, Yikes!

When my non-technical friends ask me what they should expect moving forward, I’m not exactly a beacon of hope. My usual response is something like, “get used to it, things will likely get worse.”

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Barracuda Announces Copy for Companies Enhancements at VMworld

Posted: August 27, 2013   /   By: ESG   /   Tags: Storage, IT Infrastructure, Barracuda, online file sharing and collaboration

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What’s Old Is New Again In Information Security

Posted: March 12, 2013   /   By: Jon Oltsik   /   Tags: Check Point, Palo Alto Networks, Fortinet, Cisco, Information and Risk Management, Juniper, Sourcefire, FireEye, Dell, Security and Privacy, endpoint security, Malwarebytes, Barracuda, bromium, antivirus, Damballa, APT

For many years, the RSA Conference was all about the new new thing. New threats, new compliance mandates, new technologies, etc. At the same time, the industry intelligentsia dismissed staple security technologies like endpoint security and firewalls as boring commodities.

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