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標的型攻撃は、現代のセキュリティインフラストラクチャが直面している、特に厄介で難しい脅威です。シマンテックは、2013 年に標的型攻撃の件数が 91% も増加したことを確認しています。ここでは、標的型攻撃の詳細と、すぐに実行できる対策についてお伝えします。 ...
Blog Entry by Solange Deschatres | 02 Jun 2015 | 0 comments
Shifting Targets and Techniques summary As Symantec has worked to protect our customers over the years, we have ...
Blog Entry by DeepSight Team | 03 Apr 2015 | 0 comments
Ransomware threats such as CryptoLocker or CryptoWall are becoming more prevalent in enterprises. The purpose of these threats is quite simple; they are attempting to extort money ...
Blog Entry by Matt Sherman | 18 Feb 2015 | 1 comment
summary_large_image When I think of the cyber security realm, three characteristics come top of mind- Velocity, ...
Blog Entry by Samir Kapuria | 12 Feb 2015 | 0 comments
summary 2015 marks the fourth year of Symantec’s CyberWar Games. The Games bring together the employees of ...
Blog Entry by Michael Garvin | 05 Feb 2015 | 0 comments
summary Most prevention and detection technologies and processes fail.  This may sound like heresy coming from an ...
Blog Entry by franklin-witter | 02 Feb 2015 | 0 comments
There’s no better way to learn something than by doing. With this in mind, Symantec created CyberWar Games, an innovative approach to understanding the cyber threats our customers face every day by giving employees the opportunity to walk in the ...
Blog Entry by Michael Garvin | 21 Jan 2015 | 6 comments
If you're familiar with web application penetration testing and SQL injection then the classic SQL injection exploit string should ring a bell: This exploit string is ...
Blog Entry by vkornacki | 19 Nov 2014 | 0 comments
Like big brother Apache , default Tomcat logging leaves a little something to be desired, especially in regard to forensics. And you know what they say: When Tomcat ...
Blog Entry by vkornacki | 05 Nov 2014 | 0 comments
Part 2: Botnet Infrastructure. Welcome to the second in our series of blog posts on malware evolution and its ...
Blog Entry by Bob Burls | 13 Oct 2014 | 0 comments