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Why “Next-Gen AV” is just “AV”

In the world of antivirus the idea of “next-gen” AV is confusing at best. But is it ready to take on the challenge of ‘next-gen’ threats?

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Protecting ATMs Against Jackpotting Attacks

Jackpotting attacks against ATMs are highly profitable, and often involve both logical and physical attack vectors. How can banks and ATM manufacturers safeguard their systems against such

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Considerations for Augmenting Antivirus Protection on the Endpoint

When deciding how to augment your baseline AV protection on the endpoint, understand the benefits and operational characteristics of each approach you’re considering. Here are a few guidelines.

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Evasive Malware: Learning by Example

Malware authors are evolving as quickly as the AV and security vendors are. Here are some examples of how evasive techniques were implemented in attacks that hit the headlines.

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Why Your Security Solution Isn’t Catching Evasive Malware

You’re already keenly aware of the malware threat to your organization – this nasty vehicle by which ransomware, external attacks, and data breaches enter in has become so rampant, you have layers

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Ripping and Replacing AV - be careful what you wish for

For too long, antivirus vendors didn’t innovate fast enough, and more and more companies started to question the effectiveness of AV. Understandably, there are now several vendors out there

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Locky and TeslaCrypt 3.0 Ransomware: PREVENTED by Minerva Labs

In the last several weeks, the Locky malware sped its way around the world at an alarming rate, infecting hundreds of thousands of endpoints. This emerging threat "is spreading like the

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