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Perception Point Acquires Hysolate

Research
& Insights.

Educate yourself on unique attacks, advanced exploitation techniques, and new methods to infiltrate the modern enterprise.

BYOB (Build Your Own Botnet) in action.

Attacks leveraging the BYOB framework for fraudulent activity in the wild has been around for a few years now. We believe that the cyber security…
Email Security Solutions

Top Flaws in Typical Email Security Solutions

Since its inception, Perception Point has been scanning billions of emails, URLs and files every week. Most of the time, Perception Point clients already have at least one email security solution in place.
Security Awareness Training

Employee Security Training
Proven Not Enough

Train the machine—not just the employee. Hackers know that many companies rely on security employee training alone, so they’ve been upping their game to trick…
Default Email Security

Default Email Security Not Secure Enough

The adoption of cloud email is increasing every year, with Google Workspace and Microsoft Office 365 dominating. And now, a new report by Gartner noted that many clients have expressed dissatisfaction with default email security solutions, specifically citing Office 365.

Mac Isn’t Safe.
How Do You Like Them Apples?

Apple's security measures aren't enough anymore. Fortunately, there is a new solution. Our Advanced Email and Collaboration Protection now prevents attackers from using APTs to target Apple computers.

User Experience vs. Cyber Security

There's a tension between security and business enablement. There's also a tension between security and user experience. So what can you do about it? A full article on the dos and don't's on user experience in cybersecurity

What is a Zero Day Attack?

A zero day attack (also known as a zero day exploit) is one that leverages a software vulnerability that is either unknown or unaddressed by the software vendor; for example, bugs in Microsoft Office apps or Adobe Reader.
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CVE-2019-0539 Root Cause Analysis

Learn how CVE-2019-0539 was fixed in the Microsoft Edge Chakra Engine update for January 2019 via a Root Cause Analysis (RCA) report.
edge of building cve-2017-0199

CVE-2017-0199 (Still) In The Wild

Learn how Perception Point’s advanced threat detection platform caught an advanced attack (CVE-2017-0199) delivered via a malicious document.
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Hardware vs. Software-based Detection

As with any market where crime is lucrative, cybersecurity will always exist, and the more digital the world becomes, the more it will grow. This…

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