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CylancePROTECT vs. Symantec Endpoint Protection
 
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In this technical demonstration, we pit CylancePROTECT against a fully updated installation of Symantec Endpoint Protection. The testing grounds? A random collection of new malware that has only existed in the real world for 24 hours. CylancePROTECT offers 99% protection against advanced threats and zero-day malware using artificial intelligence and machine learning. For a live demonstration of CylancePROTECT, visit www.cylance.com
Views: 23903 Cylance Inc.
Insight & Symantec: Ransomware
 
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Insight and their partners often do co-created content. For this series, I was tasked with highlighting 3 threats that many employees face. I concepted, wrote, shot and edited this piece.
Views: 54 Amy Was
Cisco Email Security Protects Against Emerging Sophisticated Threats
 
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Watch this video to learn how Cisco Email Security stops specific email borne threats such as phishing that install crypto-locker or angler viruses. See how the different layers of defense provide protection across the entire attack continuum – before, during and after an attack. Learn more: http://cs.co/6052BWh2q.
Views: 2949 Cisco
THIS CRYPTOCURRENCY VIRUS USES YOUR COMPUTER SECRETLY- GARENA ATTACK
 
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League of Legends Garena Client Infected With a Cryptocurrency Miner Alissa July 13, 201874 views Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail League of Legends players in the Philippines are in a state after it was discovered that a malicious script used to mine cryptocurrencies by hijacking users’ computing power was discovered in the game’s Garena client. CRYPTOJACKERS TARGETING GAMERS League of Legends is one of the most popular online games, amassing more than 81 million active monthly players according to a popular gaming media outlet. The astronomical number has, however, caught the attention of wrongdoers as a cryptojacking script was found on the game’s popular Garena client in the Philippines. A cryptojacking script is a piece of code embedded on a certain website (or in this case – a gaming client) which allows unauthorized third parties to take advantage of users computing power for the purpose of mining cryptocurrency. The code which was found on Garena was used to mine Monero, which is one of the popular cryptocurrencies targeted by cryptojackers. According to League of Legends – Philippines’ Facebook page, the issue was quickly resolved and there was no substantial damages done to affected users’ computers apart from increased CPU usage. Nevertheless, concerns remain in light of the apparent ease with which malicious code can be inserted into a game’s client – especially one as popular as Garena. Cybersecurity software company Symantec recently pointed out that the low barrier to entry is one of the primary reasons for which instances of cryptojacking are skyrocketing: The barrier to entry for coin mining is pretty low – potentially only requiring a couple of lines of code to operate – and coin mining can allow criminals to fly under the radar in a way that is not possible with other types of cybercrime. With the staggering active player base of League of Legends, it’s important that tougher and stricter security means are provided to prevent events of the kind from happening. CRYPTOJACKING CASES SPIRAL OUT OF CONTROL A recent report shows that, whereas instances of such cyber threats as ransomware have decreased, cryptojacking cases have increased substantially. In fact, in the last quarter of 2017, reports of cryptojacking increased by as much as 8,500%. The trend continues in 2018 as the first three months of 2018 saw an increase of 4000% in the cases of Android crypto-miners. As of March, a total of 16 million cases had been detected, and that number is only increasing. While it’s true that cryptojacking doesn’t pose the same level of threat as other cyber attacks, it could cause infected computer to run a lot slower than usual. The same goes for other Internet-connected devices, as they are just as susceptible to these attacks. Consequently, it is highly advisable to monitor the performance of your devices. Abnormally slow performance could just mean that someone is stealing your device’s computing power to mine cryptocurrencies. Source: Bitcoin
Views: 138 Business and Coins
Trend MicroTM Worry-FreeTM Business Security Services - Lawyer Case Study
 
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See how this lawyer ensures privacy of his clients' information.
Views: 518 Trend Micro
Protect Your Computer From Ransomware With Eset Smart Security With The New Protection Settings 2018
 
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Best Anti-Ransomware Tools 2017 / 2018 Trojan Ransom Ransomware Protection How To Protect Your Computer From Ransomware And Other Dangerous Viruses With Eset Smart Security With The New Protection Settings 2018 List Of Ransomware Blocked By ESET With The New Protection Settings 2018 : 1. GoldenEye - taking parts of Ukraine offline 2. WannaCry/Wana decrypt0r wreaks havoc on NHS England 3. CryptoLocker – where ransomware took off 4. Locky – well engineered, ruthless, clever 5. Petya - locking down the whole system 6. Crysis - Locky copycat with big ambitions 7. zCrypt – ransomware that behaves like a virus 8. PowerWare – PowerShell hijacker 9. HydraCrypt – ransomware can be beaten 10. Cerber – ransomware-as-a-service 11. RAA ransomware – ransomware meets JavaScript 12. CryptoWall – it’s everywhere .ecc, .ezz, .exx, .zzz, .xyz, .aaa, .abc, .ccc, .vvv, .xxx, .ttt, .micro, .encrypted, .locked, .crypto, _crypt, .crinf, .r5a, .XRNT, .XTBL, .crypt, .R16M01D05, .pzdc, .good, .LOL!, .OMG!, .RDM, .RRK, .encryptedRSA, .crjoker, .EnCiPhErEd, .LeChiffre, [email protected]_com, .0x0, .bleep, .1999, .vault, .HA3, .toxcrypt, .magic, .SUPERCRYPT, .CTBL, .CTB2, .locky or 6-7 length extension consisting of random characters. Five years ago ransomware was a type of malware that had been kicking around for a decade to little effect. By 2017, it is everywhere, supplanting all other forms of malware as the number one menace. Two things changed its status – the rise of Bitcoin (almost untraceable payment) and the example of FBI scareware which started to decline around 2012 but proved the principle that digital extortion can be profitable. According to Symantec, 16 families were discovered in the decade to 2014, most spread on a very small scale such as Cryzip, the first small-scale ransomware to affect the UK. In 2015, by spectacular contrast, 27 families were recorded in that year alone. Ransomware is difficult to stop even for Windows computers running antivirus although that is improving. The only reliable defence is backup but even that can come under attack from ransomware if it is reachable from the infected PC. Users are urged not to pay the fees. Longer term, extortion malware could move to the next tactic of threatening people with exposure for crimes they had not committed, such as downloading child abuse images. With more SMEs being affected than ever before, this threat has a way to run yet. With Locky and Cerber, CryptoWall is still the most common ransomware threat. Produced in several versions since at least 2014, version 4.0 has been distributed since late 2015 using the Angler exploit kit, CryptoWall feels like a mature piece of malware right down to its attempts at persistence and process injection. Little things stand out such as the way it makes every encrypted filename unique to make it more difficult to understand the damage. Recovery? No. Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Plus Hacktool.Produkey Hacktool.Psattack Hacktool.Kms!g1 Hacktool.Kms SecurityRisk.Capsferv Hacktool.Powersploit Hacktool.SSHBruteforcer Hacktool.Crisis Android.Mesploit Hacktool.Jailbreak Hacktool.Jsprat.B Hacktool.Jsprat Android.Droidsheep Android.Smsbomber Hacktool.Rubilyn Android.Penetho Hacktool.Mimikatz Android.Smbcheck Hacktool.Htran Hacktool.Incrat Hacktool.PStorRevealer WS.Hacktool.2 WS.Hacktool.3 WS.Hacktool.1 Hacktool.Dahij Hacktool.PTHToolkit Hacktool.Squeeza Hacktool.Purpload Hacktool.DeepUnfreeze Hacktool.WCI Hacktool.Lisentkey Hacktool.Ghostmail Hacktool.YMDSearch Hacktool.SPHPBlog Hacktool.7thPortScan Hacktool.Hideout Hacktool.Ssiwg Hacktool.Webdav Hacktool.Spytector Hacktool.Phantom2 Hacktool.AnyWeb Hacktool.AceSniffer Hacktool.ABFPRecovery Hacktool.Vanquish Hacktool.DFind Hacktool.ADSLpass Hacktool.Screenlogger Hacktool.THCScan Packed.Hacktool Hacktool.Clearlogs Hacktool.Nibor Hacktool.Rxhide Hacktool.CHMBuilder Hacktool.Shanluprober Hacktool.IPCscan Hacktool.RunService Hacktool.IGMPnuker Hacktool.ShadowAdmin Hacktool.Lemir.Kit Hacktool.FKWPkeylog Hacktool.KeyLoggPro.B Hacktool.Exe2Bmp Hacktool.Ace Hacktool.Exebind Hacktool.Brutex Hacktool.Asni Hacktool.SQLck Hacktool.Misoska.B Hacktool.Misoska Hacktool.DBomb Hacktool.UdpFlood Hacktool.PassReminder Hacktool.Sfind Hacktool.HideWindow Hacktool.FxScanner Hacktool.PasswordSpy Hacktool.Keygen.151552 Hacktool.Xdos Hacktool.HTTPRat Hacktool.BattlePong Hacktool.SkSocket Hacktool.WPE Hacktool.Keylogger Hacktool.PassUnleash Hacktool.KeyLoggPro رفع مستوى الحمايه الي الحمايه القصوى لتجنب هجمات رانسوم وير
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Antivirus User Traning
 
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Locky Ransomware Training Cryptowall Ransomware Training Cryptolocker Ransomware Training Virus Training
Views: 77 Erik Karnafel
Ransomware - Anatomy of an Attack
 
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See how an effective ransomware attack comes together. This is why today's enterprises require effective security. For more on how Cisco looks to keep ransomware at bay, go to: http://cs.co/9001BAFGf.
Views: 281562 Cisco
Cylance Next-Generation Antivirus Demonstration
 
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Cylance Next-Generation Antivirus redefines what antivirus can and should do for your organisation by leveraging artificial intelligence to detect AND prevent malware from executing on your endpoints in real time! Available through Opus Team, Cylance is highly effective in blocking threats without impacting on users. Call today on 0345 3031 001 or email [email protected]
Views: 1440 Opus Team
Application Whitelisting with Dr. Cole
 
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Organizations often struggle with deploying application white listing. Learn the tips and tricks of deploying application whitelisting within an organization.
Views: 661 DrEricCole
Ransomware: Methods of Defense
 
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Learn about the pernicious nature of ransomware and the damage it can cause. Because ransomware starts at endpoints so organizations must be able to proactively monitor, inspect and contain any endpoint activity that can indicate a ransomware attack.
Views: 2018 FireEye, Inc.
Ransomware Update
 
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HiDDN, Hardware Based Full Disk Encryption (Korean Subtitle)
 
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Views: 148 Jangsik Im
Fight Back Against Ransomware
 
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Fight Back Against Ransomware In this video we will be testing McAfee Ransomware Interceptor, you will be very surprised how good this done against ransomware, have this along side other security protection would work great at staying safe against ransomware. If you do not know, crypto ransomware will encrypt your data once on the system, most of these malicious malware cannot be decrypted and leave the user with loss of data, unless they pay the ransom, which I do not suggest you do. backing up your computer data has never been as important as is it today, ransomware can leave the user helpless and frustrated with its security software, using the right type of software is very important. McAfee Ransomware Interceptor a long side other security software could help keep your data safe. Remember no software is 100% full proof, users need to educate them self's and be web smart. Download McAfee Ransomware Interceptor http://www.mcafee.com/au/downloads/free-tools/interceptor.aspx Need help with computer problem? want to chat? join our forum http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk/forum
Views: 7718 Britec09
How To Remove FBI Virus Trojans Hard Viruses Using Norton Power Eraser
 
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Check Out My Website: http://www.pchelp4beginners.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/luistutorialtv In this tutorial I will teach you how to do an emergency scan with Norton Power Eraser if your computer is highly infected for example the FBI Virus or a very bad trojan. Download Link: https://security.symantec.com/nbrt/npe.aspx Welcome To Luis Tutorial TV! __________Recommended Software_____________ I strongly recommend the following software to keep your computer secure,fast, clean, backed up, and virus free. Also I recommend the following multimedia software. Kaspersky Safe Kids Keep your kids safe online http://bit.ly/2BWM5lo Wondershare Youtube Video Converter http://bit.ly/2Egb7RC AVG internet Security 2018 Advanced full protection for unlimited devices 20% OFF http://bit.ly/2GK9Qkh lolo System Mechanic Boost your computer’s speed, power, and stability with advanced PC tune-up. http://bit.ly/2EGeqiQ CyberLink Power Director Professional Video Editing http://bit.ly/2FKzDaE In this channel you will find many tutorials and reviews on a wide variety of subjects. A big part of this channel has to do with how to fix problemns with your PC, phone and tablet and do things with hardware and software. Also you will learn about many software including antivirus, tune Up utilities, video and audio, document managing, and many other tools. Another big part of this channel has to do with game reviews and tutorials. So you will see a little bit of everything! This channel also has many exciting project videos. Don't forget to subscribe, like and comment! If you subscribe ill subscribe back! Also check out my website! PC help 4 beginners http://pchelp4beginners.com Welcome to PC Help 4 Beginners. These videos are dedicated for beginner and novice people that want to learn how to operate, fix, and upgrade computers, phones and tablets on their own. Through these videos you will become self sufficient with your PC, phone and tablet and not have to rely on techs to help you with your problems. We all know that in today's world technology knowledge is power! There are many things that every PC,phone and tablet owner should know. Maintaining your device is easier than you think. Also repairs and purchases do not have to cost as much. After learning the material in these videos you will know how to fix any problem on your device and also learn how they work.
Views: 3705 LuisTutorialTV
Symantec reports cyber crime wave
 
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A new survey on the state of internet security has found a large increase in malware and suggested that a new PC is infected every 4.6 seconds. The Symantec report, which covers 2009, highlighted a number of trends across the year, one of which is the shift in malicious activity to emerging countries. Another major trend was the increase in availability of DIY toolkits such as Zeus that allowed novice hackers to carry out cyber crime. Overall the United States was the country with the highest levels of malicious activity. The UK came sixth in the chart, down from fourth place the year before.
DEFCON 19: SSL And The Future Of Authenticity
 
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Is 2016 the year for ransomware?
 
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Customers ranging from SMBs to Large Enterprises showed renewed focus to keep malware at bay in 2015. Threat protection roadmaps are also proving that organizations need to be able to detect malware quickly across multiple control points, combined with a layered approach to sniff out malware that’s either hard to detect or coming into the organization in ways that are different than before. Although ransomware already had our attention, it recently it got “very real” for a California hospital who’s network was held hostage and kept offline for over a week! Stakes are going up and it seems like all company sizes and verticals are at-risk. While we attempt to educate user’s awareness about today’s threats and their role in helping keep themselves and the company safer, the need for better technical controls to address the gap is very real and ever increasing. Learn how ransomware has evolved, but more importantly, better understand what it takes to minimize it’s likelihood in your environment leveraging your existing Symantec investments from the experts at ITS Partners. IT Management productivity is more critical now than ever. And it’s been our speciality for the last 20+ years. Learn more at: https://blog.itsdelivers.com/productive-it-insights/is-2016-the-year-for-ransomware
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Why Do We Call it Cyber CRIME? Gary Warner at TEDxBirmingham 2014
 
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Why do we call it cyber CRIME? In this informative talk, Gary Warner challenges the conventional wisdom about how to deal with cybercrime in America. A nationally recognized cybercrime expert, Gary Warner is the Director of Research in Computer Forensics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Chief Technologist at Malcovery Security. http://www.malcovery.com TEDxBirmingham 2014 - "Rediscover the Magic" - was held on March 1, 2014 at UAB's Alys Stephens Center in Birmingham, Alabama. 15 speakers plus several artistic performers spread their ideas with cross-disciplinary mix of attendees from the Magic City, ranging from civic and business leaders to professionals, educators, technologists, and artists. TEDxBirmingham -- like all TEDx events -- is an independent, volunteer effort. It is not organized for political reasons, monetary reward, or personal gain. Everyone associated with TEDxBirmingham does so because they believe in the power of ideas to change the world. http://www.tedxbirmingham.org This TEDxBirmingham talk is shared with you by Regions Financial Corporation. https://www.regions.com In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 16340 TEDx Talks
Cylance (old and new) vs. Signature-based AV (in an offline test) with fresh malware and ransomware
 
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Paul Risk, CTO at Ignition Technology provides a demonstration of both an old and new version of Cylance’s CylancePROTECT technology, against a traditional signature-based product. Not only does it prove the power of machine learning and artificial intelligence, but the entire test is done with all the machines disconnected from the internet in a fully offline mode. Will any of the 200 samples of malware and ransomware get through any of the technologies? Will machine learning and A.I. overcome the technologies of the last 15 years? Can malware from the last 24 hours get through the Cylance product from well over a year ago?
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False Positives and False Negatives - CompTIA Security+ SY0-401: 2.1
 
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Security+ Training Course Index: http://professormesser.link/sy0401 Professor Messer’s Course Notes: http://professormesser.link/sy0401cn Frequently Asked Questions: http://professormesser.link/faq - - - - - As you build your security strategy, you’ll need to manage the inevitable false positives and false negatives. In this video, you’ll learn about false positives and false negatives and how to handle them in your environment. - - - - - Download entire video course: http://professormesser.link/401adyt Get the course on MP3 audio: http://professormesser.link/401vdyt Subscribe to get the latest videos: http://professormesser.link/yt Calendar of live events: http://www.professormesser.com/calendar/ FOLLOW PROFESSOR MESSER: Professor Messer official website: http://www.professormesser.com/ Twitter: http://www.professormesser.com/twitter Facebook: http://www.professormesser.com/facebook Instagram: http://www.professormesser.com/instagram Google +: http://www.professormesser.com/googleplus
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Top 3 Internet Security Devices to Consider in 2018
 
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Home Internet Security Devices To Consider in 2018: CUJO vs. Bit Defender Box vs. Norton Core. Read The full article here: https://ifeeltech.com/home-internet-security-devices/ #Norton Core: http://amzn.to/2Fy5QXd #Bitdefender BOX 2: http://amzn.to/2FFHKFO #Cujo Smart Firewall: http://amzn.to/2GnsIpn In the recent years, the nature of internet threats has changed from simple viruses to sophisticated ransomware attacks, crypto miner malware, and large-scale device compromises. Corporations deal with the increase in cyber threats by expanding defense budget and implementing new security measures, but what about the Home users? An increasing number of people work from home, or have smart devices, making the home an ideal target for hackers. Fortunately, there are some great solutions on the market that can protect your home network from most cyber threats. Here is a quick comparison and review of the most popular internet security devices: CUJO, Bit Defender Box 2 and Norton Core. #1 Norton Core Secure WiFi Router, Built-in Network, Device, and Antivirus Security, Smart Parental Controls, Replaces Wireless Router by Symantec Link: http://amzn.to/2Fy5QXd Hardware & Wireless: 1.7GHz dual-core processor - 1GB RAM, 4GB Flash Ports: 2 USB 3.0, 4 Gigabit Ethernet (3 LAN, 1 WAN) Wireless: IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wave 2, 4x4 AC2600 MU-MIMO, Simultaneous dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Security: WPA2-PSK, Secure Boot and DNS, Automatic Updates, Deep Packet Inspection (DPI), Intrusion Detection and Prevention System (IDS/IPS), Norton Security for PCs, Macs, Android and iOS devices Starting at $199 #2 Bitdefender BOX 2 - Next Generation Smart Home Cybersecurity Hub - Plug into your router by Bitdefender Link: http://amzn.to/2FFHKFO Hardware: Powered by: Dual Core Cortex A9 @1.2 Ghz with 1 GB of DDR3 memory and 4 GB internal storage Wireless: Concurrent Dual band Wireless 2.4Ghz & 5Ghz with MU-MIMO 3x3 antenna configuration IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wave-2 @ AC1900 Connectivity: 1 x Gigabit LAN port and 1x Gigabit WAN port Starting at $249 #3 Cujo Smart Internet Security Firewall | Free Subscription (2nd Gen.) Protects Your Network from Viruses and Hacking/ for Home & Business/ Plug into Your Router Link: http://amzn.to/2GnsIpn Hardware: Powered by Dual Core 1 GHz with 1 GB of DDR3 memory and 4 GB internal storage Ports: 1 x Gigabit LAN port and 1x Gigabit WAN port Safe Browsing (IP/DNS) Command & Control blocking Unauthorized access blocking Antivirus and Antimalware Behavior Analysis Local+Cloud security layers DoS attack protection Protection of all devices on the network (like PC,, Phone, TV, Camera and etc.) Starting at $234 Please click like and subscribe if you like this video. Also please leave a comment and let us know what you think. We are a member of the Amazon associate program and generate commissions from our links.
Views: 3066 iFeeltech IT Services
Symantec at the Aspen Security Forum
 
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Symantec was honored to co-sponsor the ninth annual Aspen Security Forum this July in Aspen, Colorado. Each summer, the Aspen Institute welcomes top level officials from the Departments of Homeland Security, Defense, State and Justice to come together with national security companies, academe, and thought leaders to explore security issues that affect our global community. The event is heavily covered by major media outlets, and as demonstrated this year, is often the source of major breaking news. We were privileged to share the stage with several past and present government officials who rely upon Symantec for our superior cyber security expertise. We wanted to share these accolades with you. Enjoy this quick recap of Symantec’s role at the 2018 Aspen Security Forum.
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2,000 Singapore users affected by GOZ, CryptoLocker malware - 11Jun2014
 
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SINGAPORE: The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) confirmed on Wednesday (June 11) that there are 2,000 users in Singapore affected by the Gameover Zeus (GOZ) and CryptoLocker malware, which have hit users internationally. A multi-national agency effort had earlier this month disrupted the GOZ botnet as well as the CryptoLocker malicious software. The IDA spokesperson told Channel NewsAsia: "The United States authorities found 2,000 affected users in Singapore and informed SingCERT (Singapore Computer Emergency Response Team), who is working with the local ISPs (Internet service providers) to notify them." "So far, no Government e-services have been affected. We will continue to strengthen all Government websites and e-services by taking the necessary security measures such as checking and fixing vulnerabilities and patching software," the spokesperson added. GOZ and CryptoLocker malware encrypt a user's information and demand a ransom from the user in order to decrypt the files. Systems infected by either of the malware could be used to send spam, participate in distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks or cause users to lose sensitive information such as user names, passwords and banking data. In a blogpost on Wednesday, SingCERT identified the following systems to be affected by the two malware: - Microsoft Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, and 8 - Microsoft Server 2003, Server 2008, Server 2008 R2, and Server 2012 SingCERT advised affected users to scan their computers with an updated anti-malware solution to remove Zeus and other known malware, change all user names and passwords, and to back up important files regularly. INTERNATIONAL IMPACT The United Kingdom's National Crime Agency (NCA) had issued a warning on June 2 that the GOZ botnet could be up in just two weeks, and urged people to protect their computers from an expected "powerful computer attack". The US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) posted a technical alert on its website the same day, announcing a multi-national effort that disrupted the GOZ botnet - a global network of infected victim computers used by cybercriminals to steal millions of dollars from businesses and consumers. "Gameover Zeus' decentralised, peer-to-peer structure differentiates it from earlier Zeus variants. Security researchers estimate that between 500,000 and 1 million computers worldwide are infected with GOZ. The FBI estimates that GOZ is responsible for more than US$100 million in losses," the United States Department of Justice stated in a separate press release. www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/2-000-singapore-users/1145704.html
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Level 5 - NetWars Continuous - how to defend
 
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Hacking on Level 5 of NetWars Continuous - https://www.sans.org/netwars - How to harden your server Also hanging out and having a good time. Check out @FlyingTunes for non-copyrighted music! Twitter - www.twitter.com/reedog117
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Cars and Ransomware - What's Next
 
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Jenna Lee of Fox news and Happening Now and I talk about the recent reports of cars being hacked. Could ransomware be the next threat? Learn more about ransomware here: http://www.Symantec.com/threatreport
Views: 152 Morgan Wright
The Cryptolocker Virus: Important News About Saving Your Files!
 
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The Cryptolocker virus is a new form of ransomware that is causing a lot of headache for many businesses and individuals. Watch and share this video to make sure you don't get your files encrypted and held for ransom! Contact The I.T. Guys for more information on how you can keep your files and information safe - (405) 748-0808 Technology is a valuable asset to any business, and keeping your files safe is a high priority. Recently, a new villain has emerged in the computer virus collation; a virus more powerful than any of its predecessors: Cryptolocker. Cryptolocker is more than your average trojan virus. It's aim is to kidnap your files and hold them ransom until you pay it's creators. Even if the ransom is paid, there is no guarantee that your files will be returned safely. Cryptolocker comes in the form of a legitimate looking email, like a shipping process email, or an invoice. All you have to do is open one of these faulty emails and before you know it, you've got a counter on your screen giving you a deadline for payment of the ransom. Scary stuff right? We think so, and thats why we wanted all of our clients and affiliates to know about it. Currently, the best defense for Cryptolocker is an offsite backup of all of your company files. This ensures that if Cryptolocker infects the files in your company building, there are copies of them in a safe location. Please, share this video with the employees of your company so that you can stay informed and keep your information safe. More and more stories are appearing in the news sources about the victims of Cryptolocker. If you want to know more about keeping your files protected, don't hesitate to call the I.T. Guys at (405) 748-0808. We would be more than happy to answer any additional questions you may have. Help the I.T. Guys keep the Cryptolocker virus behind bars: where it belongs!
Views: 552 The I.T. Guys
Protecting Systems from Ransomware with Kaspersky
 
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Business IT. Relationship Focused. http://ow.ly/xa8B30lPsv6 Find out how ransomware affects workstations and file shares as well as key components in Kaspersky's Security 10 for Windows Servers and Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Windows workstations. CCB Technology is a nationwide managed IT services provider that specializes in the planning, design, procurement, implementation, and management of a complete range of IT solutions. Collaborating with over 500 worldwide industry leaders, we offer customized solutions for security, mobility, cloud, and backup and disaster recovery. Visit our website to learn more: http://ow.ly/xa8B30lPsv6
Views: 4181 CCB Technology
Manually Remove "Your personal files are encrypted" by  Cryptowall/Cryptorbit/Cryptolocker & others
 
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Remove Cryptorbit, Cryptolocker, Cryptowall & others manually. No software required. I show you how to remove Cryptorbit but its the same exact steps to remove Cryptolocker as well as other similar infections. Follow me step by step. Pause this video if you need to. We will go into the registry but i will go slowly so pay attention. -First thing to do is go into you control panel and uninstall anything to do with Crypt. Some of you will have something in there, others will not. -Next we restart computer into "safe mode". Once your your computer starts to reboot back up, keep pressing the F8 key to get it in safe mode. Once there highlight and click "safe mode". -Once your computer is booted up and in safe mode click on the start button and type in "regedit" - Now, follow this exact path.. Hkey_current_User--software--microsoft--windows--current version--run- now look for Cryptorbit, right click it and press delete. And click yes to the prompt asking if you are sure you want to delete it. - Now click on the Start menu then click on "Administrator", then Appdata--Roaming-- then find and delete Cryptorbit. - Restart your computer as normal. And there you go. Congrats to you, you just did actually what these free programs will do except for adding additional malware on your computer. Please sub and Like if this worked for you. Thank you! Cyyptorbit Your personal files are encrypted. All files including videos, photos and documents, etc. on computer are encrypted. Encryption was produced using a unique public key generated for this computer. To decrypt files, you need to obtain the private key. The single copy of the private key, which will allow you to decrypt the files, located on a secret server on the Internet; the server will destroy the key after a time specified in this windows. After that, nobody and never will be to restore files. File decryption cost ~ $50. (some will say $200) In order to decrypt the files, open site 4sfxctgp53imlvzk.onion.to/index.php and follow the instruction. If 4sfxctgp53imlvzk.onion.to is not opening, please following steps below: 1. You must download and install this browser: http://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.html.en 2. After installation, run the browser and enter the address: 4sfxctgp53imlvzk.onion.to/index.php 3. Follow the instructions on the web-site. We remind you that the sooner you do, the more changes are left to recover the files. Guaranteed recovery is provided within 10 days. http://barnegat-manahawkin.patch.com/groups/police-and-fire/p/prosecutor-warns-of-latest-home-computer-virus Prosecutor Warn of Latest Computer Virus
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Spotless Sandboxes: Evading Malware Analysis Systems using Wear-and-Tear Artifacts
 
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Spotless Sandboxes: Evading Malware Analysis Systems using Wear-and-Tear Artifacts Najmeh Miramirkhani (Stony Brook University) Presented at the 2017 IEEE Symposium on Security & Privacy May 22–24, 2017 San Jose, CA http://www.ieee-security.org/TC/SP2017/ ABSTRACT Malware sandboxes, widely used by antivirus companies, mobile application marketplaces, threat detection appliances, and security researchers, face the challenge of environment-aware malware that alters its behavior once it detects that it is being executed on an analysis environment. Recent efforts attempt to deal with this problem mostly by ensuring that well-known properties of analysis environments are replaced with realistic values, and that any instrumentation artifacts remain hidden. For sandboxes implemented using virtual machines, this can be achieved by scrubbing vendor-specific drivers, processes, BIOS versions, and other VM-revealing indicators, while more sophisticated sandboxes move away from emulation-based and virtualization-based systems towards bare-metal hosts. We observe that as the fidelity and transparency of dynamic malware analysis systems improves, malware authors can resort to other system characteristics that are indicative of artificial environments. We present a novel class of sandbox evasion techniques that exploit the “wear and tear” that inevitably occurs on real systems as a result of normal use. By moving beyond how realistic a system looks like, to how realistic its past use looks like, malware can effectively evade even sandboxes that do not expose any instrumentation indicators, including bare-metal systems. We investigate the feasibility of this evasion strategy by conducting a large-scale study of wear-and-tear artifacts collected from real user devices and publicly available malware analysis services. The results of our evaluation are alarming: using simple decision trees derived from the analyzed data, malware can determine that a system is an artificial environment and not a real user device with an accuracy of 92.86%. As a step towards defending against wear-and-tear malware evasion, we develop statistical models that capture a system’s age and degree of use, which can be used to aid sandbox operators in creating system images that exhibit a realistic wear-and-tear state.
Virus Protection and Removal ★TDG: TECH TUTORIAL★
 
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FTI Talks Tech I discuss my personal opinions of what virus programs to use and why But the Merch http://futuretechideas.spreadshirt.com/ Sign up to Get Free Text Message when a New Vlog is Up http://motube.us/MrJasrene1 Check Out VloggingWithDAD http://youtube.com/vloggingwithdad Me on Twitter http://twitter.com/jasongoyette Me on Instagram http://instagram.com/jasongoyette Download Malwarebytes http://malwarebytes.org Download Avast http://download.cnet.com/Avast-Free-A... Download Microsoft Security Essential from Microsoft http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/wi... Download AVG http://download.cnet.com/AVG-AntiViru... FTI Community Forum http://myforum.futuretechideas.com FutureTechIdeas Website http://futuretechideas.com/ FTI Blog http://ftimedia.blogspot.com/ FutureTechIdeas Youtube http://www.youtube.com/user/TheFuture... FTI Media Live Radio Shows https://www.spreaker.com/user/futuret... FTI Media Podcasts Downloads http://www.spreaker.com/user/5557886/... FTI Live Ustream Broadcasts http://www.ustream.tv/channel/JarvisTech FTI on Facebook Facebook http://www.facebook.com/futuretechideas FTI on Twitter https://twitter.com/futuretechideas FTI on Instagram http://instagram.com/futuretechideas FTI Google+ https://plus.google.com/b/11505547517... Email FTI [email protected] Owner [email protected] Co Owner [email protected] Avast! (styled avast!) is - both freeware and payable - an antivirus computer program with user interface that includes 41 languages, available to Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux users. The name Avast is an acronym of "Anti-Virus -- Advanced Set". The official, and current logo of Avast! is a white orb with the letter 'a' on it and an orange circle around it, sticking out to four directions. Its developer, AVAST Software a.s. (formerly known as ALWIL Software a.s.), has headquartered in Prague, Czech Republic, with offices in Linz, Austria; Friedrichshafen, Germany; and San Mateo, California. It has been awarded VB100 Award by Virus Bulletin multiple times for 100% detection of "in-the-wild" viruses, and also won the Secure Computing Readers' Trust Award.The central scanning engine has been certified by ICSA Labs and West Coast Labs' Checkmark process. Avast! competes in the antivirus industry against Avira, AVG Technologies, Bitdefender, F-Secure, Frisk, Kaspersky, McAfee, Symantec and Trend Micro among others. Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware (MBAM) is an application for computers running under the Microsoft Windows operating system that finds and removes malware. Made by Malwarebytes Corporation, it was first released in January 2008. It is available in a free version, which scans for and removes malware when started manually, and a paid version, which additionally provides scheduled scans, real-time protection and a flash memory scanner. Starting with version 1.75, MBAM scans files contained within archive files. A free portable version, which does not have to be installed, is also available In 2001, Jan Gritzbach decided to sell Grisoft to Benson Oak Capital Acquisitions. Four years later, Benson Oak sold a 65% share in the company to Intel Capital and Enterprise Investors for $52 million. On April 19, 2006, Grisoft acquired the German company ewido Networks, an anti-spyware software manufacturer, and incorporated ewido's features into new versions of AVG software. On November 6, 2006, Microsoft announced that AVG Security products would be available directly from the Windows Security Center in Windows Vista. Since June 7, 2006, the AVG software has also been used as an optional component of GFI MailSecurity, produced by GFI Software. On December 5, 2007, Grisoft announced the acquisition of Exploit Prevention Labs, developer of the LinkScanner safe surfing technology. In February 2008, Grisoft was officially renamed AVG Technologies. This change was made to increase the effectiveness of their marketing activities. In January 2009, AVG announced their plans to acquire Sana Security are finalized. Plans to integrate Sana's technologies in their free consumer product, AVG Anti-Virus, are still under consideration, according to JR Smith, AVG's chief executive. Sana Security's developed technologies are currently licensed to Symantec. On October 5, 2009, TA Associates announced that they bought a minority stake in AVG Technologies for more than $200 million. On June 9, 2010, AVG announced the acquisition of North Carolina-based Walling Data, a North America security software distribution that has distributed AVG offerings across the United States since 2001
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Stuxnet : Most Pernicious Computer Virus
 
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Stuxnet by Symantec showed that the main affected countries in the early days of the infection were Iran, Indonesia, India and Pakistan. Stuxnet is a computer worm discovered in June 2010. It initially spreads via Microsoft Windows, and targets Siemens industrial software and equipment. While it is not the first time that hackers have targeted industrial systems,[1] it is the first discovered malware that spies on and subverts industrial systems,[2] and the first to include a programmable logic controller (PLC) rootkit.[3][4] The worm initially spreads indiscriminately, but includes a highly specialized malware payload that is designed to target only Siemens supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems that are configured to control and monitor specific industrial processes.[5][6] Stuxnet infects PLCs by subverting the Step-7 software application that is used to reprogram these devices.[7][8] In May 2011, the PBS program Need To Know cited a statement by Gary Samore, White House Coordinator for Arms Control and Weapons of Mass Destruction, in which he said, "we're glad they [the Iranians] are having trouble with their centrifuge machine and that we -- the US and its allies -- are doing everything we can to make sure that we complicate matters for them", offering "winking acknowledgement" of US involvement in Stuxnet.[21] According to Daily Telegraph, a showreel that was played at a retirement party for the head of the Israel Defence Forces (IDF), Gabi Ashkenazi, included references to Stuxnet as one of his operational successes as the IDF chief of staff.[18]
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Cylance vs Cryptolocker, Cryptowall and Cryptofortre
 
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Tel: +44 845 257 5903 Email: [email protected] Contact Infosec Partners today for more information about next generation antvirus from Cylance and how it's fighting the rising tide of ransomware like traditional antivirus simply can't. A demonstration carried out in 2015 show how the advanced mathematics which is at the heart of Cylance's Next Generation antivirus technology protects against Ransomware, where traditional antivirus solutions are simply not enough.
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Dell Endpoint Security Suite Enterprise Short Demo
 
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Learn More: http://www.dell.com/DataSecurity In this demo we are going to examine how the Dell Endpoint Security Suite Enterprise fairs against Satan Ransomware as a service as well as zero day ransomware.
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Availability in the era of ransomware, cloud & legacy backup not being enough - Rick Vanover
 
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A very interesting presentation about the new challenges in data protection. Recorded at TECHunplugged London on 12/5/2016
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DFIR Summit 2016:  Potential for False Flag Operations in the DNC Hack
 
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Filmed at the 2016 SANS DFIR Summit in Austin TX in June. Jacob William's analysis is spot on of the DNC Hack. Jake Williams (@MalwareJake) is a Principal Consultant at Rendition Infosec. He has more than a decade of experience in secure network design, penetration testing, incident response, forensics, and malware reverse engineering. Before founding Rendition Infosec, Jake worked with various cleared government agencies in information security roles. Jake is the co-author of the SANS FOR610 course (Malware Reverse Engineering) and the FOR526 course (Memory Forensics). He is also a contributing author for the SEC760 course (Advanced Exploit Development). In addition to teaching these courses, Jake also teaches a number of other forensics and security courses. He is well versed in Cloud Forensics and previously developed a cloud forensics course for a US Government client. Jake regularly responds to cyber intrusions performed by state-sponsored actors in financial, defense, aerospace, and healthcare sectors using cutting edge forensics and incident response techniques. He often develops custom tools to deal with specific incidents and malware reversing challenges. Additionally, Jake performs exploit development and has privately disclosed a multitude of zero day exploits to vendors and clients. Why perform exploit development? It's because metasploit != true penetration testing. He found vulnerabilities in one of the state counterparts to healthcare.gov and recently exploited antivirus software to perform privilege escalation. Jake has spoken at Blackhat, Shmoocon, CEIC, B-Sides, DC3, as well as numerous SANS Summits and government conferences. He is also a two-time victor at the annual DC3 Digital Forensics Challenge. Jake used this experience with, and love of, CTF events to design the critically acclaimed NetWars challenges for the SANS malware reversing and memory forensics courses. Jake also speaks at private engagements and has presented security topics to a number of Fortune 100 executives. Jake developed Dropsmack, a pentesting tool (okay, malware) that performs command and control and data exfiltration over cloud file sharing services. Jake also developed an anti-forensics tool for memory forensics, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). This tool demonstrated weaknesses in memory forensics techniques.
Cryptography- Bit locker drive encryption
 
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Encrypting drives is one of the things you may need to know in order to understand the concept of cryptography. Bit locker encryptions are hard to break
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Free Cryptocurrency Course: Learn Everything You Need to Know About Cryptocurrencies Today!
 
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Want more? Enroll in the full course at: https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-cryptocurrency-course-more-than-5-courses-in-1/?couponCode=WB73018CCC Here are more details on the full 24 hour version of this Comprehensive COMPLETE Cryptocurrency Course! I guarantee that this is THE most thorough cryptocurrency course available ANYWHERE on the market - or your money back (30 day money back guarantee). This course and the many exercises in this course are for beginner or advanced users in any country! By an Award Winning MBA professor who is a top selling online business teacher, top selling author, former Goldman Sachs employee, Columbia MBA (finance major) and venture capitalist who has invested in and sat on the boards of cryptocurrency companies since 2013 and a hedge fund industry veteran and founder. He is also the author of the #1 best selling business course on Udemy. THIS COMPLETE CRYPTOCURRENCY COURSE is 5+ courses in 1! Cryptocurrency Investing Cryptocurrency Mining Cryptocurrency Wallets Cryptocurrency Exchanges Blockchain Creating a Diversified Portfolio & Much More! Also included in this course is a very comprehensive Excel spreadsheet that contains more than 30 Cryptocurrency exercises to help you learn everything you need to know about cryptocurrencies (whether you are a beginner or an advanced user). No prior cryptocurrency or finance or accounting or tech or Excel experience is required to take this course. We Will Cover More than 10 Cryptocurrencies in this Course (and how to buy & sell each one, what are the pros and cons of each one & how to mine each one): Bitcoin Ethereum Ripple Litecoin Monero Zcash Dash NEO Cardano Stellar ...and more (this course will constantly be updated with more cryptocurrencies) We Will Cover More than 5 Wallets in this Course (how to set one up, the pros & cons of all 5 wallet types and how to transfer money between them): QR Code Wallets Four USB Wallets (Trezor. Ledger Nano S, DigitalBitBox & KeepKey) Coinbase Electrum Blockchain ...and more (this course will constantly be updated with more wallets) We Will Cover the More than 5 Exchanges in this Course (how to transact with each one): GDAX Poloniex Kraken Bittrex Gemini Binance ...& more (this course will constantly be updated with more exchanges) Here Are Some More Topics That We Will Cover In This Course: The Future of Money & What is Blockchain? Introduction to 10+ Cryptocurrencies (Mining, Investing & Much More) Create an Investment Portfolio of Cryptocurrencies Understand What Makes a Great Cryptocurrency as A Great Long-Term Investment Introduction to 5+ Wallets to Use to Store Your Cryptocurrencies Introduction to 5+ Exchanges to Use to Buy or Sell Cryptocurrencies Introduction to Mining & Building a Mining PC from Scratch! Cryptocurrency Investment Framework (made in Excel) Watching out for Scams & Managing Risk What Are the Biggest Mistakes New Investors Make in Cryptocurrencies? How to Identify the Next Great Cryptocurrency (What to Look For & Watch Out For) When Should You Buy or Sell a Cryptocurrency? How Do You Read Charts & Look for Buy or Sell Signals What Makes a Great Wallet (What to Look For From Researching a Wallet) Introduction to ICOs + What Makes a Great ICO (What To Look For From Researching An ICO More than 100 Great Online Cryptocurrency Resources You can use the comprehensive Excel exercise document in this course on a Mac or on a PC (I recommend having Excel version 2013 or later in order to complete all of the cryptocurrency exercises in this course). This course and the included comprehensive Complete Cryptocurrency Excel dashboard exercise file is a roadmap for your personal & technical/finance cryptocurrency success. All of the tools you need to be successful with cryptocurrencies are included in this course & the entire course is based on real life Practical Knowledge and experience & not based on theory. Please click the take this course button so you can take your cryptocurrency skills to the next level. Requirements: No prior technology or cryptocurrency or finance or accounting or Excel experience is required to take this course. Please note that Excel 2013 (or a newer version) is recommended in order to complete some of the exercises in this course. The Excel exercises in this course work on the Windows and Mac versions of Excel. Who is the target audience? Anyone in ANY country interested in learning EVERYTHING about cryptocurrency can take this course as this 23+ hour COMPLETE course is 5+ courses in 1 (1: Investing, 2: Mining, 3: Wallets, 4: Blockchain , 5: Transacting, 6: Creating a Diversified Portfolio & Much More!) *** Again, I guarantee that this is THE most thorough cryptocurrency course available ANYWHERE on the market - or your money back (30 day money back guarantee). *** Enroll in the full course at: https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-cryptocurrency-course-more-than-5-courses-in-1/?couponCode=WB73018CCC Thanks, Chris Haroun
Stuxnet Worm Used Against Iran Was Tested In Israel
 
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01/16/2012 Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/16/world/middleeast/16stuxnet.html?pagewanted=all http://LeakSource.wordpress.com
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Cylance VP Bryan Gale on Real Artificial Intelligence vs. The Me-Too's
 
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At RSA 2017, everyone was pushing their machine learning and artificial intelligence. But are they all legit? Want to find out who is legit? Check out how Cylance built a native-born artificially intelligent antivirus and stirred up the cybersecurity industry. For more information on why Not All Machine Learing is Created Equal, check out our white paper at https://www.cylance.com/content/dam/cylance/pdfs/data_sheets/AI_ML_DataSheet.pdf Stay up to date by following @cylanceinc and #RSAC2017. * * * Website: https://www.cylance.com/en_us/home.html Blog: https://www.cylance.com/en_us/blog.html LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cylanceinc Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cylanceinc
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Webinar: Strategies for Protecting Enterprise Data Against Ransomware
 
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Nuspire's Shawn Pope and Dan Hoban discuss best practices and how to protect enterprise data from ransomware attacks. http://www.nuspire.com
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Practical Limitations of Perimeter
 
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Real-Time Cyber Threat Detection and Mitigation Module 4 Enterprise Network Security This module introduces the limitations of perimeters, and the challenges in the enterprise of dealing with threats such as DDOS and APT. Learning Objectives • Analyze the limitations of the perimeter for modern enterprise • Explain APT solutions and how the perimeter helps the attack • Review third party security solutions • Examine common case studies in APT attacks • Compare DDOS protection solutions and their limitations About this course: This course introduces real-time cyber security techniques and methods in the context of the TCP/IP protocol suites. Explanation of some basic TCP/IP security hacks is used to introduce the need for network security solutions such as stateless and stateful firewalls. Learners will be introduced to the techniques used to design and configure firewall solutions such as packet filters and proxies to protect enterprise assets. Perimeter solutions such as firewalls and intrusion prevention systems are shown to have significant drawbacks in common enterprise environments. The result of such weakness is shown to often exist as advanced persistent threats (APTs) from nation-state actors. Such attacks, as well as DDOS and third-party attacks, are shown to have potential solutions for modern enterprise. To get certificate subscribe at: https://www.coursera.org/learn/intro-cyber-attacks/home/welcome https://www.coursera.org
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Gary  Golubski Joshua Justice Andrew Jarrett Sorabh  Gupta Dan Gifford Donna Yoo
 
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TO USE OR PRINT this presentation click : http://videosliders.com/r/897 ============================================================== Academic Sector: Information SectionGeorge Washington UniversityIdaho State UniversityPurdue UniversityUniversity of California at DavisNaval Postgraduate School Gary Golubski Joshua Justice Andrew Jarrett Sorabh Gupta Dan Gifford Donna Yoo ,General Background Chief Technology Officer Guy Jones Former Director of Technology In charge of a project to replace the IT infrastructure Full Disk Encryption of all GWU-owned computers with access to sensitive data Banner, Oracle, DataMart, VPN Faculty, staff, and student workers Both laptops and desktops ,General Background Student Technology Services promotes secure computing Has security advice for students Requires students to use Cisco Clean Access before they can use ResNet on Windows Gives advice about online privacy (Myspace, Facebook, etc.) ,General Background Information Security Services provides tech support as well as security info Virus alerts Antivirus E-mail spam filtering Computer training IE 6 is still required for people using certain internal websites ,Education (Undergraduate) B.S. in Computer Engineering and Computer Science B.S. in CS has a security option, including courses in Cryptography Computer security Network security Information policy B.A. in Computer Science ,Education (Graduate) Master’s and Doctoral degrees available in Computer Science with a focus in Computer Security and Information Assurance Courses in the following: Cryptography Wireless/Mobile security Security principles System security Repeatable seminar on current research in the field ,Research Five faculty members concentrating on Computer Security and Information Assurance ,Research Lance J. Hoffman Professor of Computer Science Established the Computer Security program Leads a scholarship program for Computer Security and Information Assurance students Multiple publications about security Electronic voting, trust models, cyber-security exercises, protected operating systems, privacy ,Research Rahul Simha Professor of Computer Science CVV: Citizen Verified Voting Publicly verifiable voting system Open Source Prototyped in 2004 Uses the Chaum e-voting plan Encrypted paper receipts ,Research Jonathan Stanton Assistant Professor of Computer Science Also works on CVV Focuses on scaling communications, including maintaining security Key agreement in widespread systems Authentication frameworks in client-server Moving beyond “peer-to-peer” communication ,Research Poorvi Vora Assistant Professor of Computer Science Also works on CVV Analyzes privacy using game theory Cryptanalysis ,Research Sead Muftic Professor of Computer Science Author of multiple security textbooks ,Outreach (Alliances and Partnerships) Partners with Dell and Apple to get a standard image and pre-configured computers as well as lower prices Computers are not mandatory for GWU students Preconfigured computers come with Symantec Anti-Virus ,Outreach (Alliances and Partnerships) America Online Anthrotronix, Inc. Endocare Jones Day Nortel Networks UT-Batelle, LLC National Defense University Trident Systems National Science Foundation Department of Commerce Department of Defense Department of Health and Human Services U.S. Navy Integrated Justice Information Systems Institute, Inc. ,Outreach (Alliances and Partnerships) Universities Alabama Agricultural And Mechanical University George Mason University Georgia Institute Of Technology University Of California/Irvine ,General Background 13,000 students enrolled Located in Pocatello, Idaho Over 280 programs Designated a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education by the National Security Agency ,Education (Undergraduate) B.S. Computer Science Minor in Computer Science No formal security track Can take classes with in CS Computer Security & Cryptography ,Education (Graduate) No formal Master's or PhD Security program M.S. in Electrical and Computer Science and Engineering Proposed March 200
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Webinar Sophos Intercept X · Base10
 
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En Base10 queremos que conozcas de primera mano lo último en tecnología para empresas y en esta ocasión Sophos Intercept X es el protagonista. Aumenta de forma exponencial la protección contra el ransomware y amenazas desconocidas con Sophos Intercept X, la protección next-gen endpoint más completa del mundo.
ITProTV - RSA 2016 Interview with Cylance
 
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Here we talk to Bryan Gale of Cylance about the company’s artificial intelligence-based endpoint security product, CylancePROTECT, and the difference between that approach and whitelisting. ITProTV's Purpose is to "Empower our members through engaging learning of technology", continuing our Mission to "Disrupt the technology learning marketplace with engaging, effective content..." Learn more at https://itpro.tv.
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The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming!
 
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Learn more at http://www.alvareztg.com RDC: Welcome back to The Costa Report. I’m Rebecca Costa, and Luis Alvarez, the CEO the Alvarez Technology Group has joined us to give us our latest technology fix – welcome back Luis. . . LA: Thank you Rebecca, I am always happy to be here with you. RDC: So Luis – what kind of mindbender you have for us today? LA: Well, Rebecca, - as you know Russia has been in the news a lot lately, thanks mainly to Vladimir Putin’s desire to relieve the bygone era of the Cold War. It seems like he is enjoying jabbing the West in as many areas as possible, geographically, politically, militarily and, now, even on the technology front. RDC Did you say the technology front? Now that’s a new spin on an old problem. . LA: I though it might be. . . just last week, Bloomberg News reported on a world famous cybersecurity company called Kasperky Lab, accusing the principals of the firm of having unusually close ties to the Russian government, including the FSB, the Russian intelligence agency that came out of the old KGB. RDC: So Bloomberg is saying these are government sponsored cyberattacks? LA: According to Bloomberg, the CEO of the company - a gentleman named Eugene Kaspersky - was educated at a KGB-sponsored cryptography institute, and then went on to work for Russian military intelligence. In fact, they also note that to this day, the he gets together weekly with 5 to 10 senior Russian government officials - including those from the intelligence services - to enjoy a sauna treatment. So - you ask - why should we care that the CEO of a cybersecurity company is enjoying a spa day with Russian spies? Well, Kaspersky Lab sells their security software all over the world, including the United States, and many American companies use the software to protect against cyber threats on their PCs and servers. RDC: So you’re saying that the US government and businesses are using cyber security software developed by a Russian who was trained by and worked for Russian Intelligence and still has close ties with them? That is absolutely frightening Luis. . . LA: The Bloomberg article went further - implying that the cozy relationship between the Kaspersky and the Russian government may indicate that Kaspersky is spying on their clients in the U.S. and elsewhere on behalf of the Russians - and also providing back-door access to the very systems it says it is protecting. RDC: Well can you blame folks for being a little concerned? So what does Kaspersky say about this? LA: Well, as you would expect - excutives at Kaspersky, including the CEO, vehemently deny the allegations and they point to the fact that many American cybersecurity companies like Symantec and McAfee have a similarly tight relationship with the U.S. government and do business overseas. RDC: And that is true. . . LA: All of these companies will tell you that working closely with local governments isn’t that unusual. After all, when there’s a cyber attack or a new threat, it makes sense that private and public agencies work together to respond. Still, ever since the Edward Snowden revelations about how closely the US intelligence agencies like the NSA and the CIA were tied to companies like Google and Microsoft, private industry and privacy rights advocates have been worried that there’s more going on there than we know. RDC: Speaking of which I don’t know if you say the HBO documentary on Edward Snowden called Citizen 4 bit if you haven’t I just got around to seeing it and I want to recommend it to everyone listening to this broadcast because it was very well done and gave me a completely different perspective on Snowden himself. Anyhow – back to Kaspersky- any evidence to support our worries? LA: Well, critics note that Kaspersky has released several reports in the recent past detailing the efforts of western countries to hack into networks in Russia and Eastern Europe yet they rarely talk about the role of Russian hackers attacking the West. Some people see this is a sign that the company is trying to cover for the Russian government, which Kaspersky denies. But this brouhaha just illustrates the problem that a number of tech firms all around the world face, because many of them are started by former government officials with the support of funds from those governments. It’s not just in Russia and the US either; there are a number of Israeli cybersecurity firms that were initially funded and nurtured by Mossad, the Israeli Intelligence service and China is notorious for the number of tech companies that were started by the Chinese military, the People’s Liberation Army. The PLAs support of some Chinese tech companies is so brazen and open that many of those firms aren’t able to be used by US government agencies for fear of back-doors and security holes that Chinese officials could exploit. RDC: So this really speaks to a much bigger issue. .
Views: 39 Stuart Crawford
Intego Interviews: Amit Serper on OSX.Pirrit Adware/Malware
 
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This month, we interviewed Amit Serper, Principal Security Researcher at Cybereason, about his research into "OSX.Pirrit," malicious Mac adware that has resurfaced recently. We'll talk about how the malware was discovered, why Mac users should care, and how to avoid getting infected. [... interview with Amit Serper ...] If you enjoy this video, be sure to hit "Like" and "Subscribe", and Share it with your friends & family to help them stay protected! =Topics= https://www.cybereason.com/blog/targetingedge-mac-os-x-pirrit-malware-adware-still-active =Special Offer= Are you keeping your Mac protected? Intego has been keeping Macs safe since 1997, and now you can get a free trial of Intego's Mac Premium Bundle X9 at intego.com. As our way of saying thank you for subscribing and sharing this video, we're offering you 50% off when you use the promo code INTEGOYT at checkout. https://www.intego.com/landing/intego-youtube-promo =Sources= (Audio, Video, and Image Credits) Music - "Always" by Synx https://soundcloud.com/synxelectronic/tracks https://www.toneden.io/synxelectronic/post/synx-always https://youtu.be/9ui4dvHVECA license: "You can use any track you like, just be sure to give proper credit." Matrix Rain Backdrop https://youtu.be/4eAzk2Y-P2A license: "Royalty free … absolutely free" Cybereason photo of Amit Serper provided by Amit; ©Cybereason Various images ©Cybereason from Amit's report at https://www.cybereason.com/blog/targetingedge-mac-os-x-pirrit-malware-adware-still-active "Batman slapping Robin" parody meme image via http://memeshappen.com/media/char/2017/06/batman%20slapping%20robin.jpg
Views: 890 Intego Mac Security
Russia Forces Western Tech Firms To Share Cyber Secrets
 
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At a time when Russia has been accused of a growing number of cyber attacks on democracies across the globe, a new investigation by Reuters has concluded that several Western technology companies are complying with demands by Moscow, and giving the country access to their closely guarded product security secrets. Companies such Cisco, IBM and SAP have succumbed to pressure by Russian authorities to allow their source code, written for security products such as firewalls, anti-virus applications and encryption software, to be subject to governmental review before the products are allowed to be imported and sold in the country. According to Reuters, although ostensibly conducted to ensure that foreign spy agencies have not hidden any "backdoor" access that would allow them to burrow into Russian systems, the review requests have increased since 2014, and are cause for concern. At least one U.S. firm, Symantec, told investigators it has stopped cooperating with the source code reviews over security concerns, claiming that the labs inspecting its products were not independent enough from the Russian government. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/topNews/~3/u1F2OSLXFNU/us-usa-russia-tech-idUSKBN19E0XB http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit Tech using http://wochit.com
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