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New Malware Hides Inside Rogue Virtual Machines

By |June 15th, 2020|Categories: Virsec in the News|

Security experts identify a new worrisome threat vector, but not all of them agree it has legs. Malware operators are always seeking new ways to infiltrate networks without being noticed. Their latest method of where to conceal their ill-intentioned code is inside virtual machines (VM). Sophos researchers have found virtual machine ransomware that hides in a “VirtualBox” to avoid detection [...]

New Malware Makes Air-Gapped Data Center Networks Less Bulletproof

By |June 12th, 2020|Categories: Virsec in the News|

Data Center Knowledge, June 2, 2020, with comments by Satya Gupta An advanced cyber-espionage group is designing malware that can “jump” across air gaps, researchers say. For years, teams have relied on air gapping from the Internet to keep networks protected from cyber criminals and the public Internet. Being gapped from the Web keeps data in an isolated bubble. This [...]

Mental Health Awareness Month Highlights Struggles of Working from Home During Pandemic

By |June 9th, 2020|Categories: Virsec in the News|

Tech Republic, May 29, 2020, with comments by Willy Leichter Companies are constantly looking for new ways to help their employees handle the drastic changes to how we all work.  The month of May was Mental Health Awareness Month and the timing was apropos as the country has faced many challenges, including a major shift in working from home during [...]

Defending Against The New Reality Of Fileless Malware Attacks

By |May 5th, 2020|Categories: Virsec in the News|

Forbes, May 4, 2020, with comments from Satya Gupta Organizations know that antivirus software is outmatched in protecting against today’s malware threats. The threats we’re seeing today have surprised what signatures can see or identify, much less block. Modern malware is capable of continually morphing itself - otherwise known as polymorphic - to escape detection by antivirus signatures and successfully [...]

Zoom’s biggest challenge isn’t just fixing its security blunders — it’s doing so while maintaining what makes it so popular in the first place

By |April 20th, 2020|Categories: Virsec in the News|

Business Insider, April 11, 2020, with comments by Satya Gupta “Zooming” has become its own verb that everyone now immediately associates with a conference call app. Colleagues, families, friends, and until recently, schools and universities are using the app in droves to have meetings, collaborate, work and keep in touch during the unprecedented times of COVID-19. Zoom will forever be [...]

Public Entities Are Under (Cyber)Attack

By |March 31st, 2020|Categories: Virsec in the News|

PropertyCasualty360, March 25, 2020, with comments by Willy Leichter; As cyberattack risks are set to increase sharply in the coming months and years, no one is immune and many are unprepared. As we see new victims in the daily news falling prey to cyberattacks, public entities are especially vulnerable to cyberattack. They typically don’t have big IT or security budgets [...]

Virsec Receives Three Info Security Products Guide Global Excellence Awards

By |March 31st, 2020|Categories: Virsec in the News|

Most Innovative Next-Generation Security, Real Time Security and Zero Day Attack and Exploit Detection & Prevention Last month, Virsec was awarded Info Security Products Guide Global Excellence Awards for each of the categories in which it was nominated. Virsec awards: Gold Award for Most Innovative Next Generation Security Gold Award for Real Time Security Silver award for Zero Day Attack [...]

Virsec 1 of 15 BuiltIn-SF’s Cybersecurity Companies in Silicon Valley Helping Prevent Online Attacks

By |March 26th, 2020|Categories: Virsec in the News|

As people continue to store their personal information on laptops and mobile devices, the world faces the mounting threat of identity theft. In recent years, in fact, cyber crime has reached new heights, as evidenced by the infamous cyberattack on Sony Pictures in 2014, which leaked a large amount of confidential data and prompted the studio to build up better online defenses. As [...]

Cybersecurity: Poised for a Giant Leap Forward

By |March 7th, 2020|Categories: Virsec in the News|

SC Media, March 2, 2020, with comments from Atiq Raza, Satya Gupta & Willy Leichter Cybersecurity has been around a long time, for the most part living a long life with decent health. But the industry is now whole-heartedly ready for transformation. The industry has experienced incremental change over the years with an influx of products with varying degrees of [...]