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Quasi-Russian upstart reportedly targeted Ukraine in cyber-espionage campaign
The campiagn is linked to the Luhansk People’s Republic, a group that declared independence from Ukraine in 2014.
How adversaries are using brand reputation in their attack plans
Tom Kellermann, Carbon Black's chief cybersecurity officer, talks with Greg Otto about adversaries that use brand reputation as part of their attacks, and what organizations can do to thwart their efforts.
Carbon Black stocks close 26 percent up on first day of public trading
The company is optimistic about taking on the well-established players in the cybersecurity market.
Carbon Black files for IPO
Carbon Black's SEC filing says it hopes to raise $100 million. The Boston area company provides antivirus and endpoint security services to protect customers from cyberthreats.
Microsoft's chip patch is messing with anti-virus products
If anti-virus companies haven't updated their registry keys with Microsoft, users could see the 'Blue Screen of Death.'
Why we need to stop calling cybercriminals 'hackers'
Carbon Black's National Security Strategist Eric O'Neill talks about what needs to change in the cybersecurity community if things are going to get better in 2018.