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2017-03-03
Many organizations often complain about having to abide by strict regulations regarding government notification of cybersecurity events, claiming that such mandates only put them under an extra strain, in terms of increased expenses and unnecessary burden on their employees.

But, given that the r
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2017-02-24
In many aspects, cyber crimes are similar to other, more traditional types of crimes. Forensic investigation and analysis of the evidence recovered at the crime scene are among the aspects that cyber attacks have in common with other crimes. These are some of the key components of a fast and
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2017-02-16
People working in cybersecurity nowadays face numerous challenges on a regular basis. Starting from having to deal with advanced threats, through managing third-party risk, ending with ensuri
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2017-02-13
“Noise” is a prevalent term in the cyber security industry. DFLabs consistently receives feedback from vendor partners and clients that one of the major issues they face daily is the ability to sift through noise in order to understand and differentiate an actual critical problem from a wild go
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2017-02-10
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) continues to ramp up its efforts for improving cybersecurity for reporting issuers, which include companies with publicly traded securities. The latest step in this direction i
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2017-02-07
In the upcoming months we will share details that outline our successful methodology “Supervised Active Intelligence”. We envision a world where your security team is empowered with all the information they need to make an intelligent, informed security decision based on coordinated information,
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2017-02-03
Cyber-attackers never stop inventing new and more creative methods and techniques that are supposed to be more difficult to prevent. One of the most common types of attacks nowadays are the Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, which are on the rise recently, unlike data breaches, acc
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2017-02-03
In my role as VP of Services at DFLabs, I get the opportunity to speak to stakeholders at every level pertaining to concerns they have about their current cyber incident response processes and how they are currently dealing with the challenges. From the analyst who deals with an ever-increasing num
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2017-01-20
Back in September, 2016, the New York State Department of Financial Services proposed a set of rules aimed at improving cybersecurity among financial institutions. If accepted, the proposed rules will make it mandatory for banks and other financia
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2017-01-12
When it comes to protecting your organization against cyber incidents, you can never be too careful. The methods and techniques employed by cyber criminals are becoming increasingly sophisticated with each passing day, requiring you to adapt and improve your cyber defense accordingly. One of the mos
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2016-12-29
Protecting customer data and intellectual property is among the top priorities for government agencies, as well as corporations across many different industries, such as healthcare, finance, entertainment, and insurance, to name a few. The main goal of data breaches - which are extremely common in o
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2016-12-23
Considering that we live and work in an increasingly connected world, it can be said that nowadays there is no organization that is immune to cyber attacks and data breaches. No matter how sophisticated your cyber defense is, you always need to be prepared for all eventualities that might arise from
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2016-12-19
Financial institutions are always at a great risk of falling victims to cyber-attacks. They are under a constant threat of being attacked by hackers looking to obtain confidential information that can be potentially very lucrative. In a bid to make sure banks are prepared to respond to cyber threats
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2016-12-05
Although cyber security solutions are advancing at an extraordinarily fast pace, the harsh reality is that cyber attacks will continue to occur and hackers will continue to breach the networks and computer systems of businesses and government agencies around the globe.

All cyber security experts
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2016-11-28
With cyber-crime on the rise globally, it’s clear that law enforcement agencies around the world need to raise their level of cyber-security preparedness so that they can respond to this growing threat accordingly. But, it seems that improving their own digital skills has turned out to be a tough
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2016-11-18
The healthcare industry is under a constant threat of cyber attacks, mostly due to the fact that organizations within this sector keep a variety of confidential and pertinent information, such as credit card information, social security numbers, insurance-related information, and some believe most i
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2016-11-11
Is Threat Intelligence Still Useful?

The importance of information in business in today’s modern world is invaluable. But, in some cases, having large amounts of information coming your way can actually hurt your business. This holds true particularly for organizations that are constantl
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2016-11-07
On November 3, 2016, a new cyber incident reporting rule for Defensive Industrial Base (DIB) companies that are doing business with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has gone into effect.

The
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2016-11-07
DFLabs previews new cyber incident response playbook for Asian regulatory environment
 
Boston – November 7, 2016DFLabs, the global leader in cyber incident response automation and orchestration, announced today its Vice Pr
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2016-10-27
Back in July, the European Parliament adopted the Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems (NIS Directive), which is primarily aimed at enhanci
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2016-10-20
DFLabs - Cyber Incidents Under Control - a world leader in automated incident, breach response, and orchestration security, is excited to announce it has launched its new and improved website.

Featuring a modern design with intuitive functionality, the new website gives visitors a g
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2016-08-11
This past summer, many cyber security experts expressed their concerns that certain Russian groups were involved in the hacking attack on the U.S. Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) computer network, leaking 20,000 emails from various Democratic Party officials.

No matter who the perp