Each morning MSSP Alert broadcasts a quick lineup of news, analysis and chatter from across the global MSSP (managed security services provider) ecosystem.
Here’s the lineup for Tuesday, May 23, 2017:
7. Palo Alto Rebound?: Palo Alto Networks' stock is down 7 percent this year, and 16 percent the last 12 months, but Jefferies & Co. thinks the company will see better times as it moves past the hardest part of a recent product "refresh," according to Tech Trader Daily. Here's how ChannelE2E views Palo Alto Networks.
6. Malware - EternalRocks: The recent WannaCry malware attacks apparently were just the start of something bigger. Cybersecurity professionals and MSSPs are now bracing for EternalRocks, a network work that apparently leverages 7 NSA hacking tools...
5. Risk Management: NopSec, which specializes in cybersecurity controls measurement and risk remediation, has launched E3 Engine. The security analysis technology enables governments, enterprises, and midsize organizations to evaluate threat data, explore and assess the effectiveness of mitigating controls, and enrich its remediation prioritization information, NopSec claims. We're checking to see if there's a multi-tenant version for MSSPs.
4. WannaCry Evidence Points to North Korea?: Everyone's been asking "Who Dunnit?" ever since WannaCry malware emerged more than a week ago. Speculation ran rampant, pointing at one time or another to China, Korea or perhaps even Russia. But now Symantec says it's seeing some evidence leading back to North Korea.
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