Tag: collaboration

Bringing PREVENTION Back!

Listen to this short podcast to learn about content-based threats, the potential cyber threats of collaboration tools, and how the COVID-19 pandemic affects the current threat landscape. At the end of this session, you can also learn how Perception Point solves these issues and how we're bringing PREVENTION is back.
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The Triple Trouble: 3-Stage Phishing Attack.

Perception Point’s platform intercepted a unique, 3-stage attack that uses multiple evasion techniques, in order to infiltrate the targeted organization. In this post, we will present the complex attack and how Perception Point’s unique engines prevented it.

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
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New cyber campaign leveraging OneDrive.

Perception Point has once again discovered a new attack trend hitting our clients. Perception Point intercepted this new attack campaign through its Advanced Cloud Storage Security solution. In this attack, we will show how attackers are leveraging OneDrive in order to evade detection and take advantage of a new attack vector.

COVID-19 – Update on New Cyber Campaigns.

As the Coronavirus continues to keep organizations world wide working remotely, Perception point continues to see more and more “COVID-19” themed attacks. As always, they are improving in their sophistication and evasion. Below is an overview of 2 new attacks caught by our system, with an in-depth malware analysis of one of the campaigns

The Salesforce Loophole.

Overview. Today we present a blog that combines two main trends: (i) The use of collaboration channels to spread malware (Salesforce) and (ii) The increase…

COVID-19 – When the Virus Spreads to New Channels.

Today’s blog shows an interesting change in the way attackers act. Unlike previous incidents we published, this report lays out Coronavirus-themes attacks which are not originated from email but though other collaboration channels, such as cloud storage platform and files shared in internal networks. This shift demonstrates how attackers have been evolving and how they look for new ways into their targets.