With complex technological environments, including in the cloud and containers, as well as expanding supply chain and third-party vendor reliance, Gartner highlights that “security and risk management leaders who are aware of their attack surface can improve their risk posture by prioritizing security hygiene and increasing its visibility.” If you struggle with answering questions like […]
The purpose of this whitepaper is to provide an overview of the cyber threats that LookingGlass has observed over the past year. This information was gleaned from our external attack surface management solution and from open-source research and intelligence analysis used to support our customers.
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LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, the leader in providing actionable threat intelligence, today announced its inclusion in the latest GigaOm Radar Report for Attack Surface Management (ASM). The report offers an in-depth overview of the vendors in the ASM space, evaluating their solutions based on well-defined features and key criteria.
Security and risk management leaders struggle to know what threats they really need to be concerned about. This may lead to acquiring threat intel services or solutions…but they soon find themselves drowning in data – and unclear about whether that data is important or relevant to them.
LookingGlass has compiled a sector-level report to provide you with a snapshot of the vulnerabilities, exposures, and infections currently seen across the energy sector.
LookingGlass has compiled a sector-level report to provide you with a snapshot of the vulnerabilities, exposures, and infections currently seen across the financial sector.
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The LookingGlass Cyber Threat Intelligence Group (CTIG) has been tracking an ongoing cyber espionage campaign named “Operation Armageddon”. “Operation Armageddon,” active since at least mid-2013, exposes a cyber espionage campaign devised to provide a military advantage to Russian leadership by targeting Ukrainian government, law enforcement, and military officials in order to steal information that can provide insight into near term Ukrainian intentions and plans.