This week, SonicWall launched its new SD-Branch capabilities and multi-gigabit SonicWall Switches, bringing cost-effective simplicity and centralized management to the hyperdistributed era.
- To simplify security deployment, management and visibility for organizations with growing branch footprints, SonicWall is introducing new secure SD-Branch capabilities and a complete line of new multi-gigabit switches to cost-effectively scale and manage remote or branch locations.
- Dmitriy Ayrapetov, vice president of platform architecture for SonicWall, talks about the new SonicWall Switches and SD-Branch capabilities, and how they centralize management of remote offices.
- Attackers are getting craftier when infiltrating secure environments. SonicWall’s Vishnu Chandra Pandey offers several ways to know whether your endpoint protection solution will be able to keep up.
Boundless Cybersecurity for the New Work Reality — SC Magazine
- With the widespread adoption of remote work, we’ve moved into a hyperdistributed IT landscape. SonicWall’s Terry Greer-King explains how Boundless Cybersecurity can help businesses survive this new business normal.
- Researchers set up a tempting honeypot to monitor how cybercriminals would exploit it. Then it came under attack.
Fake Black Lives Matter voting campaign spreads Trickbot malware — Bleeping Computer
- A phishing email campaign asking you to vote anonymously about Black Lives Matter is spreading the TrickBot information-stealing malware.
Rate of Ransomware Attacks in Healthcare Slows in H1 2020 — Dark Reading
- A lower number of ransomware attacks on healthcare entities suggests many threat groups are indeed avoiding targeting them during the current pandemic. But the lull may be short-lived.
- A legally registered Italian company is selling what it claims is a legitimate encryption utility, but the service it provides has been a common denominator in thousands of attacks over the past year.
- “CallStranger” flaw in UPnP allows attackers to launch DDoS attacks and scan internal ports, security researcher says.
Environmentalists Targeted Exxon Mobil. Then Hackers Targeted Them. — The New York Times
- Federal prosecutors are investigating a global hacker-for-hire operation that sent phishing emails to environmental groups, along with thousands of individuals and hundreds of institutions around the world.
Valak malware gets new plugin to steal Outlook login credentials — Bleeping Computer
- A new module discovered by researchers suggests the authors of the Valak information stealer are increasingly focusing on stealing email credentials.
Amid Pandemic and Upheaval, New Cyberthreats to the Presidential Election — The New York Times
- Fear of the coronavirus is speeding up efforts to allow voting from home, but some of them pose security risks and may make it easier for Vladimir Putin or others to hack the vote.
NATO Condemns Cyberattacks Against COVID-19 Responders — Security Week
- Over the past couple of months, there has been a surge in attacks targeting those who work in response to the pandemic, prompting NATO to publicly condemn the malicious cyber-activities directed against COVID-19 responders.
In Case You Missed It
- SonicWall’s New SD-Branch Solution, Multi-gigabit Switch Line Secure Dispersed Businesses, Branch Locations — Jayant Thakre
- SonicWall Reinvents Branch Connectivity with Secure SD-Branch and Switches — Srudi Dineshan
- A Message from our CEO: Listening, Learning and Standing Together — SonicWall Staff
- Custom Build your Security Strategy with the SonicWall Boundless Cybersecurity Bundle — Amber Wolff
- Why Securing Remote Work is Crucial To Ensuring Business Continuity — Agasthiamani Sankaran