Seven Really is a Lucky Number for Lastline – Golden Bridge Awards

Posted by Craig Kensek on 7/26/16 11:01 PM

For the second time this year, Lastline has won seven awards, this time, Golden Bridge awards. This includes being   Grand Trophy winner.  Over the course of one year, Lastline and Lastline Enterprise has now won over 15 awards.

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Topics: Lastline Enterprise, Advanced Malware Detection, Breach Detection, lastline

Lastline Awarded Patent for “Methods and Systems for Malware Detection...”

Posted by Craig Kensek on 7/5/16 3:40 PM

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Topics: CPU Emulation, Lastline Enterprise, next-generation sandboxing, FUSE, Deep Content Inspection, malware, patent, platform, dormant code analysis, sandboxes

Nominate now for the Security Serious Unsung Heroes Awards 2016!

Posted by Craig Kensek on 6/29/16 11:51 PM

Nominate now for the Security Serious Unsung Heroes Awards 2016. The original deadline was  Friday, July 1. It has now been extended to Friday, July 22. Winners will be announced on October 6.

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Topics: Lastline Enterprise, Breach Detection

Visit Lastline at Black Hat USA 2016 (Las Vegas!)

Posted by Craig Kensek on 6/24/16 8:38 PM

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Topics: Advanced Malware Detection, Advanced Persistent Threats, APT, Data Breach, lastline, black hat

Infosecurity Europe Day One

Posted by Craig Kensek on 6/7/16 11:03 PM

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It was a busy day for those in the Lastline booth (H178) at Infosecurity Europe on the first day. This is the event's 21st year  A talented group of Lastline employees spanning two continents and a handful of countries gathered to demonstrate and answer questions about Lastline’s solutions against advanced malware. 

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Topics: Advanced Malware Detection, Breach Detection, APT

Good Ransomware Defenses Might Not Be As Complex As You Might Think

Posted by Craig Kensek on 5/21/16 12:43 AM

 

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Topics: Advanced Malware Protection and Detection, Ransomware, antimalware

Don't Open That "Invoice" in Your Email...

Posted by Roger B.A. Klorese on 5/15/16 7:22 PM

...which you won't see if you have Lastline deployed.

(Once again, thanks to Lastline Director of Sales Engineering Dan Mathews.)

Last week saw a major ransomware campaign, one that essentially pairs a few new tricks at getting users to experience some long-standing vulnerabilities. It also exhibits a new level of perseverance, with dozens of links to ensure successful download of the second stage, the actual ransomware.

If you're running Lastline Enterprise in inline email inspection mode, you were protected by default from the first time your organization may have been hit by it. Lastline's behavioral analysis of the artifact recognized its malicious and evasive intent.

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Visit Lastline at Infosecurity Europe, June 7 - 9

Posted by Craig Kensek on 5/6/16 11:55 PM

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Come visit us at   Infosecurity Europe 2016 in London. The event runs from June 7 through 9.   It's considered one of Europe’s major information security events.  There will be  over 315 exhibitors displaying a range of products and services.  Attendance should top 12,000.  Infosec Registration (Free until June 6)

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Topics: Security News, Advanced Malware Protection and Detection, Malware News

Forrester Wave: Lastline Enterprise a "Leader" in Automated Malware Analysis with Highest Ranked Current Offering

Posted by Brian Laing on 4/26/16 2:05 PM

Forrester is one of the most influential research and advisory firms in the world. One of the main ways they publish information about markets and technologies for their enterprise customers is using a methodology called The Forrester Wave™. 

Last week, they released their assessment of the APT/advanced malware marketplace, "The Forrester Wave: Automated Malware Analysis, Q2 2016." We are proud to announce that Forrester recognizes us as a leader in advanced malware analysis, detection, and protection.

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Topics: Lastline News, Lastline Enterprise, Forrester, Analyst Ratings

Lastline Wins Cybersecurity Excellence Award for Advanced Persistent Threat Protection

Posted by Craig Kensek on 4/23/16 12:53 AM

 

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Topics: Security News, APT, Malware News

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