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Keren Elazari
Thinking outside the code: How the hacker mindset drives innovation

Keren Elazari is an internationally recognized security analyst, author, and researcher. Since 2000, Keren has worked with leading Israeli security firms, government …

cybercriminals
Cybercriminals embrace smarter strategies, less effort

2024 is shaping up to be a record-breaking year for data breaches, according to Experian. Despite 2023 being labeled as a ‘successful’ year for malicious actors, …

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What custom GPTs mean for the future of phishing

OpenAI is putting more power into the hands of users of GenAI, allowing them to create their custom AI agents without writing code. These custom GPTs are the latest leap …

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The 3 key stages of ransomware attacks and useful indicators of compromise

For SOC teams to be able to defend their organization against ransomware attacks, they need to have the right security toolset, but also an understanding of the three primary …

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Large-scale breaches overshadow decline in number of healthcare data incidents

While H1 2023 saw an encouraging decrease in the overall number of data breaches impacting healthcare organizations, it was overshadowed by large-scale breaches resulting in a …

cyber threat
Generative AI outperforms hackers but not their creativity

72% of hackers are confident that AI cannot replace human creativity in security research and vulnerability management, according to Bugcrowd. Generative AI hacking Generative …

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To enable ethical hackers, a law reform is needed

Organizations need to be able to match the ingenuity and resources of cybercriminals to better defend themselves against the increasing number of threats and attacks that …

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Can your passwords withstand threat actors’ dirty tricks?

Password security hinges on the answer to that seemingly simple question. Unfortunately, you can’t know the answer until you’ve engaged a ruthless penetration tester to find …

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US warns of North Korean hackers posing as IT freelancers

Companies and other organizations should be careful when employing IT freelancers, lest they end up hiring North Korean hackers. The advice comes from the US Department of …

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Attackers using default credentials to target businesses, Raspberry Pi and Linux top targets

Findings from a Bulletproof report highlight the issue posed by poor security hygiene as automated attacks remain a high security threat to businesses. The research gathered …

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Ransomware groups and APT actors laser-focused on financial services

Trellix released a report, examining cybercriminal behavior and activity related to cyber threats in the third quarter (Q3) of 2021. Among its findings, the research reports …

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Hacker-powered pentests gaining momentum

Hackers have reported over 66,000 valid vulnerabilities this year – over 20% more than 2020 – with hacker-powered pentests seeing a 264% increase in reported …

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