Newsroom

In the News

Microsoft: 92% of Exchange servers safe from P...

Roughly 92% of all Internet-connected on-premises Microsoft Exchange servers affected by the ProxyLogon vulnerabilities are now patched and safe from attacks, Microsoft said o...

Read More

Chinese and Russian hackers now have unprecede...

Chinese hackers opened up the gates to marauding thieves. Russian hackers are patiently setting up for a stealthy spy game. Both are in US emails.

Read More

Post-pandemic Cyber-attack Statistics Terrifyi...

With the recent SolarWinds attack, the climbing graph of cyber-attacks and data breaches needs to be highlighted and given some thought. The pandemic driven year 2020 was noth...

Read More

Microsoft breach ramps up pressure on Biden to...

The Biden administration is coming under increasing pressure to address U.S. cybersecurity vulnerabilities following the Microsoft breach that has quickly been viewed as a mas...

Read More

Cryptocurrency: A Boom in Value Begets a Boom ...

When cryptocurrency value rises, we can expect a parallel rise in crypto-related crime, including phishing, fake brokers, and scams impersonating exchanges and other legitimat...

Read More

Microsoft Exchange Attack Attempts Skyrocket

From Thursday through Monday, Check Point Research tracked a tenfold increase in the number of attempts to exploit vulnerable on-premises Microsoft Exchange servers as many or...

Read More

Microsoft releases one-click mitigation tool f...

Microsoft released a one-click mitigation tool for the Hafnium Exchange Server vulnerabilities that the company hopes will help organizations struggling to update.

Read More

ProxyLogon Microsoft Exchange exploit is compl...

A security researcher released a new PoC exploit for ProxyLogon issues that could be adapted to install web shells on vulnerable Microsoft Exchange servers.

Read More

Microsoft investigates potential ties between ...

Microsoft is reportedly investigating a potential partner leak that could have exacerbated the current wave of attacks against Microsoft Exchange servers.

Read More

Featured On

“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.

Read More
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.

Read More
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[1] , 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...

Read More
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...

Read More
RiskIQ Joins Microsoft Intelligent Security Association

RiskIQ's Internet Intelligence Graph absorbs internet data on a massive scale to continuously map the billions of relationships between internet-exposed infrastructure worldwide. When it's combined with enterprise security data analyzed by Azure Sentinel, security operations teams have a full view of their organization's attack surface and unparalleled context around threats and security incidents. ...

Read More