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Picus Security simulation analysis shows only 6/10 cyber-attacks prevented

Cybersecurity

Picus Security simulation analysis shows only 6/10 cyber attacks prevented

August 9, 2023SSN Staff

SAN FRANCISCO – Picus Security has used its pioneering Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) technology to run over 14 million simulated attacks, and in a published report has noted four “impossible tradeoffs” for security teams. According to the analysis performed by Picus Security, only 6 out of every 10 cyber attacks are prevented statistically by organizations. Trying to shore up defenses against these kinds of attacks put cybersecurity teams in a situation where they must...

Black Hat, Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS), continuous threat exposure management (CTEM), Cybersecurity, Picus Security, Security, Suleyman Ozarslan, tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs)


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Fintech company Revolut plagued by security issues

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Fintech company Revolut plagued by security issues

July 12, 2023Ken Showers, Managing Editor

LONDON – It’s been a tough week for global neobank and fintech company Revolut as it deals with the fallout of both a system flaw and cybersecurity data breach. A flaw in the banking entity’s U.S. payment system allowed criminals to steal as much as $20 million in funds over a span of several months in 2022. According to reporting by the Financial Times the incident has yet to be publicly disclosed and is the latest setback for the company as it struggles to obtain its banking...

Banking, Cybersecurity, data breach, fintech, Mikko Salovaara, Picus Security, Revolut, Suleyman Ozarslan


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U.S. Marshals suffer Ransomware breach containing personal data

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U.S. Marshals suffer ransomware breach containing personal data

February 28, 2023Ken Showers, Managing Editor

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) suffered a cybersecurity data breach in February, affecting what it referred to as “sensitive personal data.” First reported by NBC News, USMS spokesperson Drew Wade, chief of the Office of Public Affairs, told the outlet that a ransomware attack occurred and constituted a major incident. The breach occurred on Feb. 17, according to Wade, and was limited to a “stand-alone USMS System." An investigation revealed that...

cyber security, data breach, Drew Wade, malware, NBC News, Picus Labs, Suleyman Ozarslan, United States Department of Justice (DOJ), United States Marshals Service (USMS)


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