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How Much Risk Can You Afford?

Discover what type of sensitive data your company may be at risk of losing in case of a cyber attack and the potential impact.

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Operation Arachnophobia

The ThreatConnect Intelligence Research Team (TCIRT) collaborated with FireEye Labs to uncover foreign organizations delivering targeted malware utilizing U.S. infrastructure. Read the full report now.

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Case Study: Project Enlightenment – Modern Cyber Espionage

A 6-month investigation uncovers over 20 victims internationally across multiple industries, all tied to Chinese strategic interests.

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  • Chinese hacking into NRC networks shouldn’t be a surprise: experts - July 29, 2014 Yahoo Canada Cyber espionage experts say that we shouldn’t be surprised that Chinese state sponsored agencies are hacking into our government computer systems. On Tuesday, Canada’s National Research Council confirmed that their IT networks had recently been compromised by “a highly sophisticated Chinese state-sponsored actor.” “We have no evidence that data compromises have occurred on the broader […]
  • Heartbleed Will Go On Even After The Updates - By: Kelly Jackson Higgins, April 10, 2014 DarkReading, InformationWeek What’s next now that the mindset is ‘assume the worst has already occurred?’ The fallout from the Heartbleed bug likely will be felt for a long time, but the immediate and urgent questions top of mind are which sites and products are affected, and which have been fixed. Then what? The scary reality […]
  • Cyber Squared says the solution to cyber crime lies in firms sharing information - By Steven Overly, Sunday, February 23, 2014 The Washington Post, Capital Business The growing number of cyber attacks on U.S. businesses, federal agencies and other institutions could be stymied if the victims of those attacks shared more information about the perpetrators, says Adam Vincent, the chief executive of Cyber Squared. The three-year-old Arlington company hopes to provide the platform where […]

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