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When phishing emails increase, that’s actually a good thing says our CTO Harry Sverdlove. Why? - http://ow.ly/yXwg8 
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Bitcoin-mining malware: What is it and how do you stop it? - http://ow.ly/yVnmm 
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Corporate security is now a board-level problem. Find out why: http://ow.ly/yKvHB #infosec #DFIR #Bit9Blog
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Court-Compelled Hard Drive Decryption Does Not Violate Fifth Amendment Rights, says Mass. High Court - http://ow.ly/yuCZD 
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Everything Old is New Again – at Least in Congress’s View of Cyber Security - http://ow.ly/yoZsP 
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“Advanced prevention” isn’t a new concept, but it’s certainly growing fast. What does advanced prevention mean now? http://ow.ly/ybjay 
In a recent blog post for Network World, Enterprise Strategy Group Analyst Jon Oltsik took a look at “advanced prevention.” He wrote: “Given the wave of targeted attacks that began with Google/Aurora, it seems that our existing incident prevention controls…
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UK research shows "32% of Companies Hit By Cyber Attacks" http://ow.ly/yXa7q What's your #serverSecurity posture? http://ow.ly/yX9Nq 
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"You name it, [hackers] are going after it,” notes Bit9’s @chicagoben in the Washington Post - http://ow.ly/yUtp4 
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Malicious Dropbox Activity Highlights Need for Endpoint Visibility - http://ow.ly/yFhWj #Bit9Blog  
With the recent "news" that malware was using Dropbox for command and control as well as data exfiltration (malware has been communicating via legitimate cloud and social sites for several years), we felt it would be a good time to…
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Today’s hackers aren’t always aiming for the biggest targets, it seems. SMBs are the new hot topic in infosec - http://ow.ly/yrhDw
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Still widely installed, Java remains a (vulnerable) favorite among hackers - http://ow.ly/ydzwq 
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When is the right time for an organization to go on the cyber offensive? http://ow.ly/xVUBc 
Offensive cyber security has been debated on almost every IT security and hacking blog, message board, and website out there. Some question the ethics and legality of organizations trying to take offensive measures against hackers who have launched cyber-attacks against…
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Advanced Threat Protection for Endpoints and Servers
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About Bit9 + Carbon Black
Bit9 and Carbon Black have joined together to offer the industry’s most complete solution for advanced threat protection for endpoints and servers. The merged company helps organizations protect themselves from advanced threats in two critical ways: by reducing their attack surface through new signature-less forms of prevention, and rapidly detecting and responding to threats. We do this by leveraging the powerful combination of Carbon Black’s lightweight endpoint sensor, which can be rapidly deployed with no configuration to deliver “incident response in seconds,” and Bit9’s industry-leading prevention technologies to continuously monitor and record all activity on endpoints and servers and stop cyber threats that evade traditional security defenses. Our lightweight real-time sensor and recorder, cloud-based services, and real-time enforcement engine give organizations immediate visibility into everything running on their endpoints and servers; real-time signature-less detection of and protection against advanced threats; a recorded history of all endpoint and server activity to rapidly respond to alerts and incidents; and real-time integration with network security devices such as Check Point, FireEye and Palo Alto Networks. 1,000 organizations worldwide—from 25 Fortune 100 companies to small businesses—use Bit9 and Carbon Black to increase security, reduce operational costs and improve compliance.