The IBM X-Force Threat Research team is keeping watch on all things retail during the upcoming Black Friday through Cyber Monday shopping weekend.
The NSF is sponsoring an attempt to build a malware chip capable of detecting anomalies in system processes and alerting local security software.
Threat monitoring is an essential practice for any security program, but there are many approaches that can be taken when embracing this strategy.
Excessive false positive detection can impair users' ability to perform basic functions or administrative actions, producing results akin to an attack.
A recent survey indicated that security professionals in the financial industry were overly confident in their breach detection capabilities.
Energy executives are highly confident in their ability to handle threat detection and cyberattacks, but security pros on the ground don't agree.
Security researchers on the lookout for another resource to help with malware detection should consider the pattern-matching tool YARA.
The intricacies of kernel-based malware make it difficult for security teams to identify potential problems, but the task is not impossible.
The right free analysis tools can aid proactive threat hunting and help security professionals detect even the most advanced threats in their networks.
There has been an increased focus on the detection of security breaches, but organizations shouldn't lose sight of the value of prevention.