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In Just One Evil Internet Minute Organizations Spend Nearly $25 and Face 375 New Threats
SAN FRANCISCO, AUGUST 27, 2020 – RiskIQ, the global leader in attack surface management, has released its annual "Evil Internet Minute" security intelligence report. The company tapped its proprietary global intelligence and third-party research to analyze the volume of malicious activity on the internet, revealing that cybercrime costs organizations $24.7, YOY increase of more than $2 every minut...
“ScamNation” Report Profiles Digital Ecosystem Targeting Readers of False, Hyperpartisan News with COVID-19 Subscription Traps
SAN FRANCISCO, AUGUST 12, 2020 – RiskIQ, the global leader in attack surface management, today released a new research report revealing a large-scale digital scam advertisement campaign spread through fraudulent news sites and affiliate ad networks that cater to highly partisan audiences.
RiskIQ’s Jenna Raby Named Winner as Top 100 Women in Cybersecurity for 2020 at Black Hat USA 2020
SAN FRANCISCO, AUGUST 7, 2020 – RiskIQ, the leader in attack surface management, today announced Jenna Raby, Senior VP, Global Financial Services and Emerging Markets, has been named a Top 100 Women in Cybersecurity for 2020 by Cyber Defense Magazine, the leading cybersecurity publication in the industry.
RiskIQ Joins Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR Marketplace as a Launch Partner
San Francisco, CA, August 4, 2020 – RiskIQ, the leader in attack surface management, today announced three new content packs that are now available on the Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR Marketplace , the industry’s most comprehensive security orchestration marketplace. RiskIQ joins a select group of Cortex XSOAR Marketplace launch partners who have developed content packs that help solve t...
Dangerous Flaws Found in Cisco, Microsoft, Citrix, and IBM Remote Work Access and Perimeter Devices
Recently, organizations have had to scramble to patch dangerous security flaws in dozens of remote access and perimeter devices. Already, there have been 18 high-to-critical vulnerabilities in these systems in 2020. The devices covered in the report include Palo Alto Global Protect, F5 BIG-IP, IBM WebSphere Application Server, Oracle WebLogic, Microsoft Remote Desktop Gateway, Citrix NetScaler Gat...