AppGuard Blog

Cyber defenders for cities are stuck between a rock and a ticking time bomb. One city after another falls prey to a growing number of attackers. Those not yet struck await what seems inevitable. Let’s see what we can learn from baltimore’s recent attack:

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Posted on May 1, 2019

Microsoft’s endpoint security acquisitions and release of an agent for MacOS clearly signal Microsoft’s intent to be regarded as a full-fledged enterprise endpoint protection platform (EPP). In many ways, these capabilities are better than what other like-vendors offers. Let’s look at what enterprise anti-malware solution seekers should know about Microsoft’s capabilities. Years ago, Microsoft’s application […]

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Posted on Apr 16, 2019

But with AppGuard, you can patch at your own pace. Patch management is a growing problem for IT/Sec-Ops teams. A Ponemon survey report [PDF] describes the scale of the patch management challenge. Surveyed cybersecurity professionals reported that attack volumes were up 15 percent and attack severity had increased 24 percent. But in 57 percent of […]

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Posted on Apr 9, 2019

So, the 2019 RSA Conference, which wrapped up on March 8, was an event to remember. As we predicted in a post before the event, many new entrants to the growing cybersecurity field participated this year, and we were excited to learn more about what partners and competitors are offering. The exhibition hall had more […]

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Posted on Feb 27, 2019

This year’s RSA Conference in the U.S. takes place March 4 to 8 in San Francisco. The event will bring thousands of cybersecurity professionals together to talk security and share new ideas. So, which security-related issues will be top of mind at this year’s conference? Here are three items that you’re sure to hear about […]

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Posted on Feb 21, 2019

It’s important to protect all of your devices, but with servers, the stakes can be stratospheric. Hackers who compromise a server can potentially harvest data for years and gain access to devices, processes, and information throughout an organization — a nightmare scenario. A panel of experts discussed the threat to servers in a recent webinar […]

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Posted on Feb 13, 2019

Last month, the longest government shutdown in U.S. history finally came to an end. The five-week partial shutdown, caused by a standoff between Congress and the president over border wall funding, cost the U.S. economy $11 billion, according to an estimate from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. The CBO projects that all but $3 billion […]

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Small & Medium Business

Posted on Feb 5, 2019

Like antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria give nightmares to medical epidemiologists, modular malware systems are doing the same to cyber defenders. New variations of modular malware are appearing weekly, if not daily. They are designed to target Linux and Windows Servers. Xbash, AdvisorsBot, and Marap are a few examples of a modular malware that doubled in […]

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Enterprise Government & Military

Posted on Jan 14, 2019

If you want better and easier server protection than what you have now or have read about elsewhere, then you need something very different. You’ve come to the right place for a brief introduction to the application of zero-trust principles WITHIN the endpoint. If you’re not receptive to change and different paradigms, read no further. […]

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Posted on Nov 8, 2018

Panelists worthy of any CISO’s attention, discussed and prioritized the methods China is using to compromise enterprises via their supply chain, including the currently rare, covert placement of spy chips into computing hardware. China’s ‘2025’ strategy to steal and degrade western economic power affects any enterprise that generates high-margin value and/or is in the same […]

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