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Why Regin Malware Changes Threatscape Economics
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Marilyn Cohodas
Marilyn Cohodas,
User Rank: Strategist
12/5/2014 | 9:56:01 AM
Re: A whitelisting policy in your future
"Regin" certainly raises the stakes for enterprise security. Raising awareness is obviously the first step, but the challenges necessary to defeat these advance threats are daunting, to say the least.....
aws0513
aws0513,
User Rank: Ninja
12/5/2014 | 8:55:04 AM
A whitelisting policy in your future
It is new threats like this that give me more ammunition to fight for comprehensive application whitelisting policies and procedures for our enterprise.
I believe that whitelisting of application and code execution will become the new normal practice for most organizations in the not so distant future simply because of the new technical tactics demonstrated by the Regin exploitation platform.

Great article - including the reference article by Kelly Jackson Higgins.
ChrisR796
ChrisR796,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/4/2014 | 7:45:44 PM
Mal-middleware
Excellent post thanks.

 

Doesn't the common architecture/codebase also allow security vendors to deploy protections for Regin based malware?

I know I'm missing something, seems far too simple.


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