• Looking Back on 2020

    Maybe it should be unsurprising that 2020 has no intention of going quietly. By the beginning of December, it had already given us a sudden explosion in remote work, COVID-19 themed lures, a ransomware surge, election disinformation, and 5G deployment battles. Yet, 2020 was not finished. As we head into the last few weeks of… View Article
  • Fighting Malware Means Strength in Numbers

    BY SCOTT LAMBERT, VP OF THREAT RESEARCH, REVERSINGLABS In 2018, Kirstjen Nielsen, then secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), spoke at the first-ever National Cyber Security Summit in New York City, where she gave a stark overview of the cyberthreats facing the United States. Her message was pointed. “We are facing an urgent,… View Article
  • Getting to Know CTA: Part 3 — It’s Not Just What You Know, But When

    The Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) recently published our Solutions Fact Sheet, which details for prospective members and other interested parties the many ways in which CTA membership generates mutual value. In this series of blog posts, we explore in greater depth these various use cases and the common themes that tie them together.   THE RIGHT… View Article