CrowdStrike has focused on bringing its extended detection and response technology to users with less expensive devices such as Chromebooks by adding support for Google's ChromeOS. The pact will give CrowdStrike clients greater visibility into the security posture and compliance of ChromeOS devices.
Pre-RSA social media gaming predicted it. Many predicted they would loath it. And it happened: Discussions at this year's RSA conference again and again came back to generative artificial intelligence - but with a twist. Even some of the skeptics professed their conversion to the temple of AI.
As threats continue to increase in frequency and sophistication, managed detection and response or MDR is becoming an increasingly important component of any organization's cybersecurity strategy and can help organizations overcome a major challenge facing security teams - the skills shortage.
Automated XDR platforms are increasingly sought after as organizations grapple with tool sprawl and the complexity of their security stack. But is there a risk of XDR platforms becoming a single point of failure? Microsoft Senior Director Scott Woodgate emphasized building "resiliency" for XDR.
Apple users: Don't fear newly discovered samples of LockBit ransomware designed to target newer macOS devices. Researchers say the still-in-development code, tied to no known in-the-wild attacks, contains numerous errors, leaving it unable to execute.
Most healthcare organizations allocate 6% or less of their information technology budget for cybersecurity, putting them at a disadvantage in their security defenses and for competitive hiring, according to a recent survey by the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society.
The launch of Microsoft's Security Copilot may have attracted the most attention in the market since it was developed by the company that brought generative AI chatbots to the masses, but it's neither the first nor the only security product to incorporate OpenAI's ChatGPT into its design.
Companies have rapidly adopted digital strategies to fuel growth and profitability, yet many of these changes have inadvertently accelerated the risk of cyberattacks. As evidenced by the recently released 2023 OpenText Cybersecurity Threat Report, cybercriminals are taking advantage of these gaps.
The cybercrime economy appears to remain alive and well: Compared to last year, researchers report seeing an increase in the number of known ransomware victims as well as initial access listings, which facilitate such attacks. The impact the takedowns of BreachForums and Genesis remains to be seen.
Warning to criminals: Could that cybercrime service you're about to access really be a sting by law enforcement agents who are waiting to identify and arrest you? That's the message from British law enforcement agents, who say they're running multiple DDoS-for-hire sites as criminal honeypots.
For the first time in its 11-year history, endpoint security vendor Cybereason will have a new leader. Upon receiving a $100 million cash infusion from SoftBank, the Boston-based firm announced that longtime SoftBank executive Eric Gan will take over as CEO to replace co-founder Lior Div.
There's much national security ado about how much user data gets collected by the Chinese-owned, wildly popular video-sharing app TikTok. But as France's ban of "recreational apps" from government-issued devices highlights, a bigger-picture approach for combating surveillance is required.
Corelight has cemented partnerships with incident response firms and extended its capabilities from large enterprises to midsized enterprises to further the reach of its technology. Corelight allows its product to be used by CrowdStrike's incident response team during network-based investigations.