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Mar. 03, 2015 STORMSHIELD ENDPOINT SECURITY PROACTIVELY PROTECTS ITS CLIENTS IN THE BANKING SECTOR FROM THE CARBANAK AP
A new generation of threats, APTs (Advanced Persistent Threats), methodically combines several vectors and intrusion tools allowing them to attack slowly but surely. In the past, while malware aimed to steal sensitive data from users (credit card numbers, online account passwords, etc.), attacks today can target the very heart of financial institutions’ functions and including diverting funds. Stormshield, the leader in APT cyber security, has focused directly on this new growing threat.
Jan. 29, 2015 Use Windows Server 2003 After EoL Windows Server 2003 (WS2003) “End of Life” will occur in July 2015 yet WS2003 is still the most widely used.There is now an alternative that allows organizations to move from WS2003 on their own timeline and to be secure using WS2003 into the future: Extended Windows Server 2003 (EWS2003) from Stormshield.
Nov. 06, 2014 Stromshield SES Stops Backoff Malware
Learn how you can have that same assurance of protection as Stormshield SES clients against threats like Backoff and other memory scraping attacks.
Oct. 30, 2014 The Biggest Threat to Retail Data Ever
Backoff malware and other memory scrapers are targeting retail PoS systems and financial institutions – and winning. Every organization today is concerned about the spread of dangerous malware being launched in targeted attacks. An example of a recent trend is the aggressive use of memory scraping malware by cyber-criminals against any organization that accepts credit cards – this includes retail, healthcare, financial services, governmental entities and others.
Oct. 06, 2014 XP Security – Advanced Vulnerability Threat Report on Real Attacks
Now, after 5 months since Microsoft stopped support for XP OS, there is no need to rely on speculation regarding possible vulnerabilities and attacks because hard data on identified XP and related applications vulnerabilities and attacks is available for analysis and review in the threat report provided by the ExtendedXP Monitoring Services Team. This report includes an analysis and review of 306 vulnerabilities that have been discovered in the XP OS and related applications since Microsoft stopped support on April 8th and the proactive protection that ExtendedXP has provided its customers from hackers attempting to exploit these unpatched vulnerabilities and attacks.
Aug. 12, 2014 WIN XP Security White Paper: securing Windows XP after End Of Life
Integrity and stability for business systems running Windows XP is non-negotiable—even without formal Microsoft support, hotfixes and the infamous Patch Tuesdays security must be addressed.
Jul. 07, 2014 Analysis of Gartner 10 Best Practices for XP Risk Management and Mitigation
Does ExtendedXP provide value in alignment with these recommendations? Best Practices for Secure Use of Windows XP Now That Support Has Ended.
Jun. 03, 2014 Two Month XP End of Life Interim Vulnerability Analysis and Recommendation
The ExtendedXP Monitoring Services Team has released the first set of raw data regarding vulnerabilities that have been discovered in Windows XP and related applications since Microsoft officially stopped support on April 8th.
Feb. 14, 2014 PCI DSS QSA, Evolution Security Systems confirms ExtendedXP as a compensating control for PCI DSS certification for Windows XP
XP users can still operate securely and maintain their PCI certification after the Microsoft support cutoff.
Jan. 24, 2014 ExtendedXP protected against all “In the Wild” XP vulnerabilities
ExtendedXP, today released the results of their analysis of Microsoft Critical Patches for XP for the last six months of 2013.
Jan. 21, 2014 Microsoft confirms XP EoL April 8th, Limited AV, Malware support
Matrix Global Partners, Inc., the providers of the leading security solution for running Windows XP securely after XP End of Life (EoL) on April 8, ExtendedXP, today commented on the possible impact of the latest Microsoft announcement on XP security.