Advanced Threat Prevention

Security Methods that Detect, Analyze, and Prevent Threats from Malware

Metascan's Customizable Workflows and Easy Package Updates

August 19, 2015 by Tony Berning
In this month's Metascan® release, version 3.9.3, we are making it possible to customize and configure different workflow profiles, and have made it easier to download updates for your engines. Both the workflow profiles and the engine...

What Is the Financial Industry's Biggest Threat?

June 30, 2015 by Deborah Galea
Nearly half of financial services respondents (46%) cited cyber risk as the single biggest threat to the financial industry, and 80% listed it as one of the top five risks, according to a recent study from the Depository Trust & Clearing...

Protect Against Cozyduke's Anti-AV Detection with Multi-Scanning

May 28, 2015 by Mike Spykerman
An Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) dubbed CozyDuke was the culprit behind last year's attacks against the U.S. State Department and the White House. In the attack, access was gained to the White House's unclassified computer system as...

4 Reasons Data Breaches Are on the Rise

March 20, 2015 by Mike Spykerman
Last week the CyberEdge group released the 2015 Cyberthreat Defense Report that surveyed 800 IT Security professionals on cybersecurity matters. The report states that 71% of respondents' networks were breached in 2014, up from 62% in...

How to Detect Advanced Threats

March 12, 2015 by Deborah Galea
How can you detect Advanced Threats and why do you need to? Let's start by defining Advanced Threats: Advanced Threats are threats that are targeted towards specific individuals and organizations in order to obtain data that the attacker...

Scanning Android Package Files (APKs) with Metadefender Cloud

November 04, 2014 by Tony Berning
Kaspersky Lab and Interpol's recently released Mobile Cyber Threat Report shows a significant increase in the number of cyber-attacks targeting Android users, highlighting the need for successful anti-malware solutions for the Android OS...

Scanning for Malware in Android Applications

April 14, 2014 by Dan Lanir
Android applications are available through a number of different stores and sites. At some stores, you can even download the app file to your PC and apply it directly to your Android device. This diversity in stores and download mechanisms...

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