The so-called Electric Panda group is not new — it seems to have been operating since at least 2016, according to one of the indicators listed by DCSA. And Karim Hijazi, CEO of cyber firm Prevailion, told Politico he found two malware types associated with the group’s activity — one of which, Fireball, is definitively Chinese in origin — that were referenced as early as 2017 by the cyber firms Checkpoint and Unit 42.
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.