PhishMe® Triage Integrates with OpenDNS’ Investigate API for Intelligent Incident Response

The APIs have it – Emphasis on ‘I’– Individuals, Integrate, Investigate, and Incident Response

Everyday, PhishMe is helping enterprise employees change their behavior against the top threat leading to many of today’s high profile breaches – phishing. Our customers empower their employees to report suspicious email thereby creating a rich source of actionable intelligence for incident responders. Triage provides security operations center (SOC) analysts and incident responders a way to automate the identification, prioritization, and remediation of these phishing threats. This threat intelligence can then be shared with other teams to better protect your enterprise.

U.S. Congresswoman Barbara Comstock Visits PhishMe to Discuss Growing Threat of Spear Phishing in National Cybersecurity

Local Representative Discusses the State of Global Cybersecurity and Defending Organizations Against Email-borne Attacks with Leader in Human Phishing Defense Solutions

LEESBURG, VA – January 20, 2016 – PhishMe® Inc., the pioneer in human-phishing defense solutions, today received a visit from United States Congresswoman Barbara Comstock to discuss the top cybersecurity threats facing the country. A representative of the 10th District of Virginia, Comstock met with the PhishMe team to tour its Loudoun County-based headquarters and exchange insights on the biggest issues impacting national cybersecurity today.

Dridex, Pony, and Neutrino…oh my!

From time to time, there will be an overlap with malware infrastructure where one attacker will compromise another attacker’s infrastructure. Typically, this is part of the “compromised infrastructure” which can fluctuate, and attackers have even been seen to uninstall one another’s malware. However, in this case, we strongly believe that the actors are experimenting with Dridex, Pony, and Neutrino.

Russian Hacking Group Sandworm Targeted US Before Knocking Out Power In Ukraine

IBTimes_logo It’s not every day that someone turns off the electricity for more than half a million people just by sending an email. In fact, it had never happened until last month, when hackers tricked Ukrainian power plant employees into giving them access to industrial control systems, the equivalent of a switch that regulates electricity flow out of a power plant. Read More