Advanced Persistent Threats Tag

In 2014, Lastline published a blog titled “Web Security for Advanced Malware and Persistent Threats”. Four years later it remains a very popular post—describing how Lastline compliments Secure Web Gateways (SWGs) to dramatically bolster web security—particularly against Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs). A lot has changed since...

Identity theft continues to be a challenging and expensive risk for consumers, and malware that’s specifically designed to steal users’ account data and identities are often used to commit the crime. The reason for this persistent threat? Simple, identity theft is a very lucrative business for cybercriminals. The...

Come see us at Black Hat USA in Las Vegas in the Business Hall (booth 120) during the Black Hat USA two-day main event on August 3 and 4.  Engin Kirda, Giovanni Vigna, and Chris Kruegel  (executive team co-founders, and well known in the industry) will be...

A large set of publicly disclosed Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) and nation state attacks use sophisticated malware (e.g Turla, Duqu, Equation Group, Duqu2, etc.) that make use of at least one component running hidden inside the kernel of the Microsoft Windows operating system (OS). There,...