Novel Phishing Attack Abuses Google Drive and Docs Enterprising cyber-criminals have found a way to create convincing phishing emails which abuse Google Docs and Drive functionality to bypass security filters, according to Avanan. Researchers at the email security vendor claimed this is the first time such techniques have been used to piggyback on a popular service […]

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Infosecurity Europe 2021 Postpones Live Event Infosecurity Europe has announced that it is postponing the live event due to run at London Olympia in July, following the government’s delay in lifting the final COVID-19 restrictions. Infosecurity Europe will instead deliver a virtual exhibition and conference from 13-15 July 2021, the original dates of the event. […]

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Google Spices Up Supply Chain Security with SLSA Framework Google has proposed a new framework to mitigate the growing risks posed by attacks on the software supply chain. The Supply Chain Levels for Software Artifacts (SLSA, pronounced “salsa”) is designed to ensure the integrity of software artifacts across the entire supply chain. It’s based on […]

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Sometimes, trying to fight off hackers can feel like playing in a five-on-five football tournament, only the other four members of your team couldn’t afford the entry fee, so you’re playing five-on-one. You’re understaffed, under-resourced, and you stand little chance of winning. When you guard one area, they just go around you, exploiting an open […]

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Cybercrime continues to be on the rise and is expected to cost businesses worldwide $10.5 trillion annually by 2025. High-profile attacks, including the recent DarkSide ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline, the SolarWinds attack, and the recent Hafnium 0-day Exchange vulnerability that led to cyber-attacks on thousands of public sector and private sector organizations, are […]

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You could almost hear the collective sigh of relief across the macOS security research community last week when Craig Federighi, Apple’s Senior VP of Software Engineering, finally spoke up about the problem that many of us have been voicing for several years now: Macs get malware, and Apple are struggling to cope with it. For […]

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I am in awe and have immense gratitude for the dedication and commitment displayed by the SentinelOne team in navigating one of the most turbulent years in recent history. The relentlessness, the drive, and the integrity our team demonstrates each and every day inspire and lift us. As a younger company in the security space, […]

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The threat landscape continues to evolve and expand rapidly. As attack vectors multiply, from endpoints to networks to the cloud, many enterprises address each vector with a best-in-class solution to protect those specific vulnerabilities. However, these point tools don’t connect the dots across the entire technology stack. As a result, security data is collected and […]

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As many readers will already know, Hack Chat is SentinelOne’s very own podcast series with Marco Figueroa and leaders from the world of infosec. If you’ve yet to catch on, Hack Chat is now in Season 2, and Marco’s guests have included such security celebs as H.D. Moore and Chris Nickerson. You can catch up […]

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The steady drumbeat of news about ransomware attacks continued this week, with the world’s biggest meat processor JBS being hit, as well as the New York Metropolitan Transit Authority and the Massachusetts Steamship Authority. Ransomware attacks are nothing new of course – unscrupulous criminals have been locking the data and demanding payment of individuals and […]

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