Cybersecurity Research: Latest BlackBerry Cylance Findings
The BlackBerry Cylance 2020 Threat Report combines the security insights of BlackBerry and Cylance, an early pioneer of AI-enabled cybersecurity.
Sodinokibi Ransomware: Still Very Relevant for MSSPs
Sodinokibi is a new ransomware that has infected thousands of clients through managed security service providers (MSSPs).
Zeppelin Ransomware Targets Healthcare, Technology Companies, And More
Zeppelin is the newest member of the Delphi-based Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) family initially known as Vega or VegaLocker, Cylance explains.
Vulnerabilities in Apple iOS 13
Many people were excited about Apple’s recent mobile operating system release. But since its unveiling, iOS 13 has been plagued by bugs.
Mobile Malware and Advanced Persistent Threat Espionage: Prolific, Cross-Platform and Pervasive
This report provides a detailed survey of the strategic and tactical use of mobile malware by various governments, according to BlackBerry Cylance.
New Malicious Payloads Discovered in WAV Files
BlackBerry Cylance Threat Researchers recently discovered obfuscated malicious code embedded within WAV audio files. Here are the associated risks.
Malware and Artificial Intelligence: What the Future Holds
Join BlackBerry Cylance experts as they explore the current state of AI, assess AI’s future, and consider the role cyber resilience will play in the arms race between attackers & defenders.
New Report: The Thin Red Line – Examining Penetration Testing Practices
A closer look at penetration testing (pentesting) practices, byproducts and after effects, according to BlackBerry Cylance.
Predictive Security Solutions: Big ROI for MSPs, MSSPs and More
Where should MSPs and MSSPs place their strategic bets in the cybersecurity market? One clear answer involves predictive endpoint protection solutions. BlackBerry Cylance explains why.