Threat Mitigation and the Problem of False Positives

Businesses face a wave of security threats on a regular basis, and the tide continues to rise. Even ...

A Change in Diplomacy with the Click of a Mouse

By Emilio Iasiello, LookingGlass Cyber Threat Intelligence Group In late May 2017, Qatar’s ...

Third Party Risk: Expanding the Cybersecurity Threat Surface

Third party risk has long been an important concern for Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) ...
ICYMI: Three Cyber Stories You Missed While Everyone Was Talking About WannaCry

ICYMI: Three Cyber Stories You Missed While Everyone Was Talking About WannaCry

In a recent briefing, LookingGlass Threat Researcher Steven Weinstein half-jokingly referred to the ...
A Message From The CEO: WannaCry…for a lot of reasons

A Message From The CEO: WannaCry…for a lot of reasons

Last week’s WannaCry ransomware attack has created a media, market and vendor frenzy unlike any ...
Battling Security Fatigue - Working Towards Usable Security

Battling Security Fatigue – Working Towards Usable Security

This article was originally written for Credit Union tech-talk, a technology newsletter for credit ...
Can Your Data Feeds Fight Ransomware?

Can Your Data Feeds Fight Ransomware?

We’ve all heard that ransomware is on the rise, but just how much? Looking back to 2016, ...
What to Know About New York’s New Financial Cyber Security Regulations

What to Know About New York’s New Financial Cyber Security Regulations

By Emilio Iasiello, LookingGlass CTIG Data breaches are a seemingly weekly occurrence at companies ...

We Collected 3 Billion Unique Credential Pairs – Here’s What We Learned

By Steven Weinstein Data breaches are unfortunately the norm now. From high profile breaches ...

Are APT Reports Still Valuable or Have They Become Marketing Fluff?

Now that APT reports have been exposed, the “thrill” of discovering and calling out suspected ...