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        The Cynet 360 platform is built on three pillars; Extended Detection and Response (XDR), Response Automation, and Managed Detection and Response (MDR).

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        Cybersecurity researchers Brian Gorenc and Dustin Childs talk about the biggest vulnerability disclosure challenges in IoT and the industrial vertical.

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        A recently uncovered, active campaign called “Duri” makes use of HTML smuggling to deliver malware.

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        Fortinet’s recently released Global Threat Landscape Report shows how the perimeter is extending to the home in the first half of 2020 – and what that means for cybercrime.

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        Threatpost editors talk about the biggest security news stories for the week ended Jul. 24.

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        During Black Hat USA 2020, Threatpost talks to Sherrod DeGrippo, with Proofpoint, about Emotet’s recent return -and how a cyber vigilante is attempting to thwart the malware’s comeback.

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        With Black Hat USA 2020 kicking off this week, Erez Yalon with Checkmarx talks about newly disclosed, critical vulnerabilities in Meetup.com – and why they are the “holy grail” for attackers.

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        The U.S. government and tech companies continue to butt heads over the idea of encryption and what that means for law enforcement.

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        BEC gangs like “Exaggerated Lion” are using tricky tactics – like exploiting G Suite – to scam companies out of millions.

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        Cybercrime increasingly went mobile in 2019, with everything from Apple iPhone jailbreaks and rogue Android apps to 5G and mobile-first phishing dominating the news coverage. Here are Threatpost’s Top 10 mobile security stories of 2019.

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        2019 was a tumultuous year for Facebook as it continued to grapple with privacy fallout after Cambridge Analytica, as well as dealing with a slew of security challenges.

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        2019 was another banner year for bots, trojans, RATS and ransomware. Let’s take a look back.

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