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Content posted in February 2018
DomainTools Launches Predictive Domain Risk Scoring Model
Products and Releases  |  2/22/2018  | 
Domain Risk Score is intended to identify dangerous domains and enables proactive network defense
Fair Institute To Hold 3rd Annual Fair Conference (Faircon18) At Carnegie Mellon University, Oct. 14 -18, Focused On Advancing Cyber, Operational Risk Management
Products and Releases  |  2/15/2018  | 
Carnegie Mellon Universitys Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and the Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy will host the industrys-leading conference focused on managing cyber and operational risk from a business perspective.
Dragos Releases Dragos Platform 1.2
Products and Releases  |  2/13/2018  | 
Content packs containing threat behavior analytics and investigation playbooks, in addition to several analyst productivity enhancements, combine to further separate the Dragos Platform from the rest of the industrial cyber threat detection field
One in Three Businesses Use Outdated Cybersecurity Tools to Address Next-Gen Threats
Products and Releases  |  2/13/2018  | 
New research from Cyber adAPT and Ovum reveals that despite increased spending and frequency of threats, businesses are not fully equipped to face growing threat landscape.
RackTop Systems, Seagate Team Up to Help Governments with Data Storage Security and Compliance
Products and Releases  |  2/13/2018  | 
The two companies launch their first joint product, the Secure Data Protection Platform (SDP2), a data management solution with encryption.
Aperio Systems Announces $4.5M Strategic Investment for Next Generation Cybersecurity Intrusion Protection System to Secure Critical Infrastructure
Products and Releases  |  2/12/2018  | 
Investments from leading global energy company EDP and deployments on three continents reflects growing demand worldwide to secure industrial control systems against the most sophisticated attacks
Infocyte Series B Funding and New CEO Fuel Expansion of Threat Hunting Platform
Products and Releases  |  2/12/2018  | 
Capital and Seasoned Fortune 500 Executive Curtis Hutcheson to Drive Rapid Growth of the Infocyte HUNT Solution for Dedicated Threat Hunting and Compromise Assessments
Radiflow Reveals First Documented Cryptocurrency Malware Attack on a SCADA Network
Products and Releases  |  2/8/2018  | 
Company reports its industrial cybersecurity technology detected cryptocurrency malware before attack compromised OT network of critical infrastructure operator.
Nordea Selects Veridium to Safeguard Highly Confidential Data with Biometric Authentication
Products and Releases  |  2/7/2018  | 
Employees will authenticate with 4 Fingers TouchlessID instead of tokens for secure and convenient high privileged access
Less than 1 in 5 Enterprises Have Customer Notification Plan for Data Breaches
Products and Releases  |  2/2/2018  | 
Three quarters of companies subject to GDPR think they could meet the 72-hour notification window, despite the fact that the majority do not have a fully baked customer notification plan in place.


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Delta Electronics InfraSuite Device Master versions prior to 1.0.5 contains an improper access control vulnerability in which an attacker can use the Device-Gateway service and bypass authorization, which could result in privilege escalation.
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Heap-based Buffer Overflow in GitHub repository gpac/gpac prior to 2.4.0.