Prevailion, a global leader in Compromise Breach MonitoringTM powered by counterintelligence, today announced the official launch of Omega, a new cybersecurity capability for enterprises and governments that exposes and validates previously undetected active malware compromises – including ransomware – across cloud deployments and remote workforce assets.
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 also provides a whole new set of data that is geared towards helping a security team diagnose and remediate systems that often appear as a black box […]
Accenture Ventures, the venture capital arm of global IT consulting firm Accenture, has invested in cyber intelligence company Prevailion.
Accenture invests in Prevailion to give clients early warning of cyber threats
There’s a new way to track malware and the company behind it is getting a lot of financial support. CNBC’s Eamon Javers reports.
Existing investors are joined by large customers including Allstate, Accenture and Irongrey to disrupt breach detection.
President Biden is expected to issue an executive order soon in response to the SolarWinds and Exchange Server attacks. Leaked details suggest it might not focus on the most effective actions.
Granted, it is hard to keep up with all of the breaches, hacks or ransomware attacks hitting today’s organizations. And, when it does not seem to impact your business directly, it can unfortunately be far too easy to sweep it under the rug while saying, “Not my problem.”
Prevailion CEO Karim Hijazi discusses SolarWinds compromise with TD Ameritrade Network’s Oliver Renick.
As of mid-day Monday, the malicious update was still available for download on SolarWind’s website, according to Karim Hijazi, founder and chief executive of Prevailion Inc., a Maryland-based cybersecurity firm. Hijazi said his team compared the available download with security alerts identifying the tampered update, and it’s an exact match.
Prevailion, a global leader in cyber adversary intelligence, today announced that it has been recognized as a Gartner Cool Vendor in the latest Cool Vendors in Security Operations and Threat Intelligence report.
Prevailion helps public and private entities to proactively anticipate and defend against cyberattacks and other external risks.
Mobile apps that help people monitor their children are also leaking the parents’ data to third parties, and possibly malicious actors, researchers have found.
Karim Hijazi, CEO of Prevailion, believes that the reason behind the lax security in child-tracking apps is that app developers do not always necessarily dedicate the time and sources needed to ensure an app is secure.
The apps you use to track your children may actually be tracking you. Prevailion CEO Karim Hijazi pointed out to Cybernews, many of the companies behind these kinds of apps utilize third-party code from open-source libraries or specific features built by other developers to cut costs.
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