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Improving Your Organization’s Cyber Security Situational Awareness

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In the last decade, businesses and government agencies have seen tremendous growth in their cyber capabilities. Networked technologies have become a necessity for virtually everything an organization does, and electronic data is the lifeblood of most core operations. However, as institutions have made their move in to cyberspace, black hat hackers, foreign spies and other cyber criminals have been there ...

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Call it a Comeback: Yesterday’s Cyber Threats are Alive and Well

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Hackers are out there right now developing bigger and more damaging cyber threats. Attacks that should be driving companies forward in their efforts to thwart intrusions and protect the privacy of their data. However, as it turns out, these new threats are not the greatest challenge to organizations’ cyber security… at least not yet. The troublemakers in cyber security aren’t ...

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News Release: Lunarline and Damballa Partner to Help the Government Fight Back Against Advanced Cyber Attacks

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April 2nd, 2015 – Arlington, VA – Lunarline and Damballa today announced a strategic partnership to bring Damballa’s advanced threat detection technology to Lunarline’s Government clients in the Intelligence, DoD and Federal Civilian communities. Globally deployed in some of the largest and most complex private and public networks, Damballa Failsafe is ideally suited to the Federal Government’s unique security challenges. ...

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Combating the Latest Advanced Malware Attacks

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Malware is a persistent cyber security problem that continues to grow, both in the sophistication of exploits and in the breadth of their application. In 2014, advanced malware programs targeting mobile platforms, and particularly the android operating system, grew exponentially. And combined statistics for mobile and desktop platforms show that Malware hackers have made a considerable push forward, with an ...

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