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The ThreatLabZ team highlights their latest cybersecurity research based on information gathered from 140 billion transactions daily in Zscaler’s Zero Trust Exchange.
Keep up with the resurrection of Conti ransomware attacks, BlackGuard, vulnerabilities in the Spring Cloud Framework, and the distribution of malware targeting social-media account credentials.Deepen Desai Zscaler
ThreatLabz March 2022 Report: Everything to know about the Okta breach, cyberattacks stemming from the Russia-Ukraine conflictDeepen Desai Zscaler
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine marked a major shift in the global geopolitical balance and U.S. agencies are warning of a likely uptick in cyberattacks. To weather the storm, organizations should adopt zero trust principles.Brad Moldenhauer Zscaler
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has once again raised the spectre of cyberwarfare. In this piece, Howard Sherrington asks what role governments should play in protecting their citizens from it.Howard Sherrington Zscaler
Formbook credential-stealing malware rebrands as Xloader, Molerats APT aims at Middle East politics, and Zscaler continues to repel the Log4j zero-day threat with zero trust.Deepen Desai Zscaler
CISO-Americas Sean Cordero welcomes Bryan Green, former Business Information Security Officer (BISO) at Salesforce, and Brad Moldenhauer, former CISO at Steptoe & Johnson to look into what's ahead in 2022.Sean Cordero Zscaler
Just as criminals can outsource initial breaches to an Initial Access Broker, legitimate businesses can outsource IT security to a trusted partner to fortify their infrastructures, services, sensitive data, remote workers, and network transactions.Brad Moldenhauer Zscaler
A devastating vulnerability was recently discovered in the popular Apache Log4j Java logging library that allows attackers to execute code remotely. Listen as top CISOs deconstruct the impact.Sean Cordero Zscaler
Get the scoop on the return of the South Korea-based DarkHotel APT group, malicious campaigns targeting online holiday shoppers, The 2021 State of Cloud (In)Security, and, of course, the Apache Log4j vulnerability.Deepen Desai Zscaler