Each week, SonicWall collects the cyber security industry’s most compelling, trending and important interviews, media and news stories — just for you.
Cybersecurity 500 List, 2018 Edition — Cybersecurity Ventures
- SonicWall is announced as #36 on Cybersecurity Ventures Cybersecurity 500: 2018 Edition List which includes the world’s hottest and most innovative cybersecurity companies to watch in 2018.
British Businesses Facing Cyber Ransom Demands of up to £200,000 — The Daily Telegraph
- Cyber criminals are arming themselves with “malware cocktails”, expertly blended using old variants of malicious computer code. The new viruses are more potent than their predecessors because they have adapted to companies’ cyber defenses, like a digital version of antibiotic-resistant superbugs.
- Recently announced as one of the 10 Best Security Companies in 2018, SonicWall is featured in an editorial highlighting the company’s history and success with CEO Bill Conner at the forefront.
10 Best Security Companies in 2018 — Silicon Review
- SonicWall is announced as one of the 10 Best Security Companies in 2018.
Cyber Security News
- Once a vulnerability is announced, the average attacker has a seven-day window of opportunity to exploit the flaw before a defender is even aware they are vulnerable, according to report from Tenable.
- The hacking threat to critical infrastructure in the United States and beyond is growing larger, with nation states and other malicious actors looking to gain a foothold in sensitive technologies to conduct espionage and potentially stage disruptive or destructive attacks.
- A U.S. federal judge on Wednesday dismissed two lawsuits by Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab that sought to overturn bans on the use of the security software maker’s products in U.S. government networks.
- A new banking malware called BackSwap has replaced tricky conventional browser injections with a simpler browser manipulation technique.
- It’s been three years since researchers first discovered automated tank gauges (ATGs) at some 5,000 US gas stations exposed on the public Internet without password protection, and a recent scan found 5,635 locations were vulnerable to the same issue.
In Case You Missed It
- Why I Joined SonicWall — Lawrence Pingree
- Frequently Asked Questions: The E-rate Program — Geoff Blaine
- New Cyber Threat Intelligence Shows Growing Malware Volume, Encrypted Attacks — Geoff Blaine
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