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Archives for February 2014
Sophos Introduces New UTM Total Protect Bundles
Sophos has introduced the Total Protect Bundles, combining purpose built, high performance hardware with all the network security you will need from next-gen firewall to secure wi-fi. This single appliance will simplify your IT Security without the complexity of multiple point solutions. Priced very competitively, download the Sophos TotalProtect Bundle datasheet, or contact us for additional information.
Snare System Updates
Symtrex is please to announce the latest updates on the Snare System. These updates include:
Enterprise Snare Agent for Windows Version 4.2 – Within this release a number of updates have been added to assist organizations in managing the configuration and the output of the events logs, including the ability to use a plugin for the Microsoft Group Policy Editor, truncating large verbose event data as well as throttling the EPS on each agent to allow for burst activity during the day. Please see Snare For Windows 4.2 Release Notes .
Enterprise Epilog for Windows and the Enterprise Snare Agent for MS SQL, also have added the plugin for the Microsoft Group Policy and the event throttling – Please see Snare Epilog for Windows 1.7 Release Notes andSnare for MS SQL 1.2 Release Notes.
The Snare Server Version 6.2.2 has also been released, with this new release there are a number of feature enhancements including optimized users and groups import speed, and support for the Windows 4.2 Agent. Please see Snare Server Version 6.2.2 Release Notes.
Webinar – Tips for Simplifying Virtualization Security
Seven-year-long APT campaign identified, possibly state-sponsored
SC Magazine –
An advanced persistent threat (APT) known as Careto, or “The Mask,” has been identified by Kaspersky Lab researchers – who have also suggested the cyber-espionage operation dating back to 2007 could be a state-sponsored campaign.
Government institutions, diplomatic offices and embassies, research institutions, private equity firms, activists, and energy, oil and gas companies are among the groups being targeted in 31 countries, according to a Kaspersky Lab blog post, which adds that while the greatest number of victims were in Morocco, several were in the United States and United Kingdom.
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