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Cato Networks, a Tel-Aviv based network security company, announced on Tuesday that it was going to be adding network-based capabilities to their Cato SASE cloud product. The Cato SASE Cloud (secure access service edge) was born out of the explosion of remote users and Software as a Service (SaaS) applications. From this came a need for better network-based security.  SASE combines wide-area networking (WAN) with network security services and, in a world first, Cato turned...

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Searchlight Security appointed Eric Milam as their new Executive Vice President of Product. Milam is a renowned cybersecurity expert who brings deep expertise in threat intelligence and research, a decisive leadership style, and a creative approach to cyber-security problem-solving and solution design. Milam has worked previously as a VP of Research & Intelligence at Blackberry and, before that, as VP of Research Operations at Cylance. Searchlight Security, a mission-proven dark web intelligence company, is bringing...

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Apple has announced that, in 2021, it prevented over 1.6 million risky and untrustworthy apps and app updates from reaching the App Store and stopped over $1.5 billion in fraudulent transactions. Apple produced its first fraud prevention analysis last year with information about 2020. Last year's report showed that Apple had prevented one million potentially bad apps from the App Store and protected customers from nearly $1.5 billion in potentially fraudulent transactions. In 2021, Apple...

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Crossword Cybersecurity Plc has released a report highlighting anxieties surrounding security strategies soon growing outdated. Over 200 CISOS and senior cybersecurity professionals were surveyed. Key findings include: 40% of respondents expect their current cybersecurity strategy be outdated in the next two years. A further 37% expected their current cybersecurity strategy be outdated in the next three years 61.4% were "fairly confident" in their ability to prevent cyber attacks 44% said they had the means necessary...

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NATO's Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) has admitted South Korea, the first Asian country to join. The country's National Intelligence Service (NIS) made the announcement today, noting that it will represent South Korea in the centre's training and research activities. “We plan to strengthen our cyber response capabilities to a world-class level by increasing the number of our staff sent to the centre and expanding the scope of joint training,” the NIS said, as...

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Synopsys has been named by Gartner, Inc. as a Leader in the “Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing” for the sixth consecutive year.1 In the report, Gartner evaluated 14 application security testing vendors based on their Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute. Synopsys placed highest in Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision for the fourth year in a row. As the speed and complexity of development increases and the occurrence of high-impact application security...

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State sponsored hackers operating out of North Korea have been targeting journalists with a novel malware strain, it has been revealed.  The group, known as APT37, distribute the malware through a phishing attack originally discovered by NK news, a US news site specialising in covering news and providing research and analysis about North Korea, using intelligence from within the country. APT37, also known as Ricochet Chollima, is suspected to be sponsored by the North Korean...

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The Five-Eyes joint advisory board has warned that Russia is considering cyber attacks on Western nations as part of its war in Ukraine. Five-Eyes agencies have said several Russian government and military organisations, including the Federal Security Service (FSB), the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) and the General Staff Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU), have conducted malicious cyber operations against information and operational technology networks. It's believed that multiple advanced persistent threat (APT) actors operating out of...

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The world has had a rough time following the spread of Coronavirus, also referred to as COVID-19. Following the pandemic’s impact on economical, political, and social aspects, one of the biggest adoptions was working from home, also referred to as remote working. If companies and businesses were to continue operating and cut down losses, remote working was the solution.  However, remote working is completely different compared to working at the office in numerous ways, but...

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Researchers say Pegasus spyware targeted UK PM

The UK Prime Minister's Office has been targeted by Pegasus spyware over the past two years. Citizen Lab, a Canadian non-profit, has been tracking the use of the spyware, produced by Israel's NSO group, in recent years. NSO Group is being sued by WhatsApp and Apple as their customers were targeted by the covert malware. It also emerged last year that the iPhones of nine US State Department officials were compromised by the spyware. Citizen Lab revealed...

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