Fake websites that claim to offer information or treatments for coronavirus are another significant threat. The security industry has already uncovered one case in which hackers are using an interactive map of coronavirus infections created by Johns Hopkins University to trick people into landing on a malicious website. They are selling these ‘infection kits’ to other hackers in the Dark Web, said Karim Hijazi, CEO of Prevailion, a cyber intelligence company headquartered in Columbia, Maryland.
Prevailion, a global leader in Compromise Breach MonitoringTM powered by counterintelligence, is pleased to announce it has been named a Distinguished Vendor by TAG Cyber Security Quarterly for the third quarter of 2021.
Hello everyone, I’m Nate Warfield – Chief Technology Officer for Prevailion and today I’d like to tell you about an important new capability we’re launching soon: Omega. Prevailion Omega is an extension of our continuous breach monitoring and actionable compromise intelligence and builds on our ability to identify malware communications beaconing from an organization. It […]
Our own Nate Warfield discusses threat actors targeting the healthcare industry, why they are so successful and steps that can be taken to prevent successful ransomware attacks.