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‘Shift left’ prevents missteps that lead to 90% of breaches in cloud computing

Lugging workloads from on-premises to public cloud is straining when done with flimsy security policies.
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Fine-Tuning the Security Operations Center

Kerry Matre of Palo Alto Networks Describes How to Structure a Nimble SOC
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The Cybersecurity 202: Trump is getting tough on Chinese hacking. Will it work?

The Trump administration is prepping a slate of get-tough measures against Chinese government-linked hackers — including indictments, a naming and shaming campaign by multiple federal agencies and possible sanctions against hackers and the organizations that back them.
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49% of Cloud Databases Left Unencrypted

Businesses also leave information vulnerable in the cloud by failing to implement MFA and configure Kubernetes settings, new research reveals.
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Palo Alto Networks to provide new 5G-ready firewall security product

Cybersecurity researchers have detected new spearphishing and malicious-email campaigns associated with two Russian-government-linked hacking groups known for breaching the Democratic National Committee in 2016.
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Palo Alto Networks to launch next-gen firewall for 5G networks

5G networks will bring more speed, less latency and probably more security headaches. Enter Palo Alto Networks, which will court carriers who will be on the hook for securing 5G.
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RUSSIA'S ELITE HACKERS MAY HAVE NEW PHISHING TRICKS

A MAJOR QUESTION hanging over the United States midterm election season: Where was Russia?
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Researchers uncover new malware activity by Russian hackers

Researchers have attributed new malware activity targeting governments in several countries to a Russian hacking group.
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Russian APT activity is resurgent, researchers say

Cybersecurity researchers have detected new spearphishing and malicious-email campaigns associated with two Russian-government-linked hacking groups known for breaching the Democratic National Committee in 2016.
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Russian hacking tool gets extra stealthy to target US, European computers

This malicious software will email your hacker from your computer without you ever knowing.
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Russian Hacking Group Used a Deadly Plane Crash as Phishing Bait, Security Firm Says

Security firm Palo Alto Networks on Tuesday issued a new warning about phishing attacks linked to APT 28, the elite Russian hacking group tied to the 2016 election interference in the United States.
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Russian hacking tool gets extra stealthy to target US, European computers

This malicious software will email your hacker from your computer without you ever knowing.
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What’s next for DHS cyber changeup

What’s next for DHS cyber changeup
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Fancy Bear debuts malware with unusual twist

Researchers at Palo Alto Networks discovered new malware being used by the believed-to-be Russian intelligence group Fancy Bear.
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Cobalt Group tries to slip malicious PDFs past bank employees, researchers say

Cryptojacking has rapidly emerged as a popular tool with hackers looking to access unsecured computer systems to mine cryptocurrency.
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Fake Flash updates upgrade software, but install crypto-mining malware

As if there weren’t already enough reasons to hate Flash updates.
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Fake Adobe Flash Installers Come With a Little Malware Bonus

A recent scourge of fake Adobe installers really does provide an update to the latest version of Flash.
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Fake software update turns computers into cryptocurrency miners

Cryptojacking has rapidly emerged as a popular tool with hackers looking to access unsecured computer systems to mine cryptocurrency.
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Spoof Adobe Flash updaters are inserting cryptocurrency mining malware

Cryptocurrency mining malware could be hiding in your Adobe Flash Update, according to new research from cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks.
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Cryptomining malware discovered masquerading as Flash updates

This malware is so sneaky it updates your Flash to look legit.
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A flood of fake installers will really update Flash for you – but also install cryptocurrency mining malware

If you think that Flash, the once-popular web plugin, couldn’t die fast enough, even those annoying fake Flash installers riddled with malware aren’t going anywhere any time soon. In fact, they’re getting even sneakier.
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Report Ties North Korean Attacks to New Malware, Linked by Word Macros

Newly discovered malware from the world of cyberespionage connects the dots between the tools and operations of the little-known Reaper group believed to act on behalf of the North Korean government.
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After North Korean summit, cyberattacks continued

After President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met in Singapore June 12, analysts said they were unsure how the summit would impact the hermit kingdom’s hacking efforts. Now, there is evidence.
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New OilRig APT campaign leverages a new variant of the OopsIE Trojan

The Iran-linked APT group OilRig was recently observed using a new variant of the OopsIE Trojan that implements news evasion capabilities.
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USA Is the Top Country for Hosting Malicious Domains According to Report

The US continues to be the top country hosting domains that serves web-based threats and the main source for exploit kit distribution at a global level, according to new research.
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New Mirai variant attacks Apache Struts vulnerability

New variants of the Gafgyt and Mirai botnets are targeting unpatched enterprise devices, which indicates a greater shift away from consumer devices, according to researchers.
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Iron Group suspected in creation of Xbash all-in-one malware

A threat actor has been targeting Windows and Linux servers with a self-propagating malware mash-up that’s comprised of botnet, ransomware, disk wiper, cryptomining and worm elements all in one.
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Palo Alto Networks expands Google partnership to leverage Google Cloud AI capabilities

As part of the enhanced relationship with Google, Palo Alto Networks will now run their Application Framework and GlobalProtect cloud service in the Google Cloud, as they believe its analytics capabilities are the best fit for these applications.
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