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  • Multifaceted Zyklon malware targets Microsoft Office vulnerabilities

    eWeek, 19 January 2018

    "Zyklon is not only an example of how malware marketplaces are making it easier for cybercriminals to stage attacks, it shows that some purveyors of malicious code have an entrepreneurial streaks," ays Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra.

  • Up to 40,000 affected in credit card breach at OnePlus

    Dark Reading, 19 January 2018

    "This breach should be a reminder that HTTPS, while encrypted, is not a guarantee of a secure transaction as cyberattackers can compromise the systems at both ends of any encrypted conversation," says Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra.

  • OnePlus attackers steal credit card data from 40,000 customers

    eWeek, 19 January 2018

    While it is unfortunate that the breach occurred, it is not at all surprising. "This breach should be a reminder that HTTPS, while encrypted, is not a guarantee of a secure transaction as attackers can compromise the systems at both ends of any encrypted conversation," says Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra.

  • Smartphone maker OnePlus hit with credit card breach affecting tens of thousands

    Infosecurity Magazine, 19 January 2018

    “I’m impressed with the meticulousness and expediency OnePlus is taking in providing customers with notification of the breach. Based on recent events, this is not how major companies tend to act," said Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra.

  • OnePlus breach may have compromised 40,000 users

    SC Media, 19 January 2018

    The breach seems to be similar to those at other retailers. “A piece of code is designed to monitor and collect credit card information,” said Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra. “This is what happened at Target, except that it was local on the point-of-sale terminal."

  • Zyklon password stealer exploits Microsoft vulnerabilities via spam campaign

    SC Media, 18 January 2018

    “What stands out is that the Zyklon malware is being packaged with pricing tiers based on features,” says Chris Morales, Vectra head of security analytics. The malware is a very capable piece of code, yet it exhibits a sequence of common attacker behaviors similar to any other attack with the intent to infect, spy, spread, and steal.

  • AI va jouer un rôle extraordinaire et vite devenir fondamentale

    Global Security Mag, 17 January 2018

    "Les analystes de sécurité ont beaucoup de données, mais peu de temps et de capacités d'analyse, et sont soumis à des exigences de conformité de plus en plus strictes", explique Christophe Jolly, responsable des opérations terrain de Vectra en France.

  • L'IA, arme fatale contre les cyberattaques massives

    Sciences et Avenir, 17 January 2018

    Il est difficile de traquer manuellement les anomalies et les indicateurs possibles d'un événement menaçant. "Il n'est plus possible de faire détecter les cyberattaques par les gens", a déclaré Christophe Jolly, responsable de Vectra en France.

  • CIA attributes NotPetya attacks to Russian spy agency

    TechTarget, 16 January 2018

    "Cyberspace is the next big battleground between nation-states," says Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra. "Russia is arming itself with cyberweapons that can be used against us or other states as Russia would deem necessary in a bigger attack campaign. The irony is that it leveraged exploits developed by the NSA."

  • A look at Gartner’s 2018 Magic Quadrant for IDPS

    Solutions Review, 16 January 2018

    Gartner Challengers are revealed to be lacking compared to other providers. This year there were as many Challengers as Leaders in IDPS, but Gartner only recognized one Visionary — only one vendor was noted as investing in cutting-edge features that will be major components of next-generation solutions: Vectra Networks.

  • Vectra est le seul «Visionnaire» dans le Magic Quadrant de Gartner pour IDPS

    Global Security Mag, 16 January 2018

    Vectra annonce que Gartner a positionné la société dans le quadrant «Visionnaires» du Magic Quadrant 2018 pour les systèmes de prévention et de détection d'intrusion. Vectra est le seul «visionnaire» du Magic Quadrant de Gartner IDPS basé sur la vision globale de l'entreprise et sa capacité à l'atteindre.

  • How antivirus software can be the perfect spying tool

    SecurityWeek, 10 January 2018

    “AV vendors have administrative-level access to systems to scan files for malicious code," says Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra. "This scanning engine could be manipulated to look for sensitive documents and they can be uploaded to the cloud analysis engine.”

  • Video: Bubble or boom? Bitcoin's heady ride

    Reuters, 9 January 2018

    Reuters invited Vectra CEO Hitesh Sheth to weigh-in on the bitcoin phenomenon. Is it a proven currency or a predictable flop? Whatever side you're on, bitcoin took the financial world by surprise in 2017. And, as Kate King reports, warnings about the cryptocurrency are increasing.

  • Three questions à Christophe Jolly

    Security Defense Business Review, 9 January 2018

    "Vectra ne remplace pas les outils périmétriques ou les outils de prévention, pour détecter une attaque initiale ou une attaque initiale; Vectra détectera la machine déjà corrompue, en écoutant le trafic sur le réseau et par l'analyse comportementale," explique Christophe Jolly, directeur régional des ventes de Vectra en France.

  • Les géants technologiques bataillent contre deux failles de sécurité

    Capital, 8 January 2018

    Spectrum and Meltdown peut fournir un accès au cœur d'un système d'exploitation informatique, exposant les informations critiques qui y sont stockées, telles que les mots de passe», explique Chris Morales, responsable des analyses de sécurité chez Vectra.

  • Meltdown: Perfect prevention is not possible

    Information Security Buzz, 5 January 2018

    "This flaw in the Intel chipset will impact virtual and cloud environments that load entire systems in memory, which could expose workloads to other systems and applications that share the same hardware," says Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra.

  • Apple confirme être concerné par les failles de sécurité des microprocesseurs

    Franceinfo, 5 January 2018

    "Spectrum and Meltdown peut théoriquement donner accès au cœur d'un système d'exploitation informatique, en exposant des mots de passe et d'autres informations critiques qui y sont stockées," explique Chris Morales, responsable des analyses de sécurité chez Vectra.

  • Channel can help users deal with Meltdown fears

    Computer Weekly, 5 January 2018

    "User accounts should run with as few privileges as possible and launch applications with as few privileges as possible," says Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra. "From a security perspective, limiting user access to least privileges reduces the ability of an attacker to exploit other applications and the rest of the system."

  • Tech firms battle to resolve major security flaw

    AFP, 5 January 2018

    In theory, Spectre and Meltdown could enable a user to "access kernel level memory access, exposing critical information that would be stored there, like system passwords," says Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra.

  • Des failles majeures Intel Inside

    Informatique News, 5 January 2018

    La faille est indépendante du système d’exploitation, de sorte qu’elle impacte Linux mais aussi Windows, Mac OS et les environnements virtuels et cloud explique Chris Morales, head of security analytics de Vectra.

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