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Securonix Threat Labs Initial Coverage Advisory: Darkside Ransomware Targeting Critical Infrastructure Providers

Published on May 18, 2021

By Oleg Kolesnikov, Den Iuzvyk Created: 5/10/2021 Last Updated: 5/14/2021   Figure 1: Darkside/RE$HOOD Ransomware Attack in Progress   Introduction   Securonix Threat Labs R&D/Securonix Threat Research team has been actively monitoring and investigating the details of the critical targeted Darkside ransomware attacks (tracked by Securonix Threat Research as RE$HOOD)...

The Benefits of Powerful, Flexible Log Collection and Management

Published on May 13, 2021

The Challenge of Company-Wide Data Aggregation As companies grow and add more disparate applications to their environment, log collection becomes a major challenge for the IT organization. Add in the complexity of collecting enough log data to remain compliant, addressing privacy standards, and security concerns from modern threats, and log...

Steam engines – or why I’ve joined Securonix.

Published on May 10, 2021

by Oliver Rochford, Senior Director of Content Marketing   Did you know that the earliest mention of the steam engine was in ancient Greece? Heron of Alexandria’s “aeolipile” was described as early as the 1st century AD, with possible references even a century earlier. My own hunch is that the...

Securonix Takes Platinum in The Govies for 2021

Published on April 28, 2021

Following a string of recognitions already this year, we were honored to learn of another big win for Securonix in The Govies Government Security Awards, which celebrate outstanding government security products. Although participation in The Govies award program was greater than ever this year, Securonix took home Platinum in User...

Rising Threats: T1190 - Gaining initial access through vulnerability exploits

Published on April 22, 2021

By Aditya Tirumalai Sundararam and Sina Chehreghani   Threat actors and their love for exploiting unpatched vulnerabilities is a story that never gets old with time. Adding to the recent string of advisories from U.S. agencies about APT groups utilizing unpatched vulnerabilities over the recent months, the National Security Agency...

Securonix Jupiter Is Landing

Published on April 21, 2021

Improved Detections | Faster Implementation   Securonix is focused on providing a suite of capabilities, including powerful analytics and incident response, to the security operations center (SOC) to aid in detecting and responding to advanced attacks. We continue to improve the value we provide with our cloud-native SIEM solution. Our...

Jupiter and The Bright Value of Cloud SIEM

Published on April 20, 2021

By Augusto Barros, Vice President of Solutions   TL;DR: People keep questioning SIEM value, but cloud SIEM makes SIEM so much better. SIEM is now capable of delivering a lot of security value. The Securonix Jupiter release is confirmation of that trend.   The SIEM market is a US$5B market...

Bring Your Own Cloud - Keeping your data where you want it

Published on April 15, 2021

The security of data in cloud environments has always been one of the factors assessed by organizations considering adopting a SaaS SIEM. The lower operation and maintenance costs are evident, but many security professionals have concerns about putting their data in the hands of the solution provider. This happens not...