ReversingLabs Blog

September 10, 2019

Mirai Botnet Continues to Plague IoT Space

With growing interest in the potential of IoT and connected things, attackers have found opportunities to exploit these devices. New malware and botnets are being specifically built to target IoT devices.
August 23, 2019

How Existing Cybersecurity Frameworks Can Curb Supply Chain Attacks

Supply chain attacks are a growing concern of any organization today. The goal of this type of attack is to compromise an organization via insecure components in the organization’s supply chain.
August 22, 2019

The NPM package that walked away with all your passwords

Software developers are increasingly being targeted by supply chain attacks. Popularization of package managers and their integration into the development pipelines has made this ecosystem an interesting target for various threat actors.
August 15, 2019

Highlights from Black Hat USA 2019

Last week the 22nd annual Black Hat conference hosted over 19,000 security professionals in Las Vegas. By all measures, it was a great event, particularly for ReversingLabs, and we wanted to share a few exciting outcomes and informative findings.
August 15, 2019

Top Ways to Get More Value From Your EDR

4 Ways to Optimize Your #EDR with #TitaniumPlatform and Deliver Better Security Content to Your Analysts. Read How to Get More Value From Your #EDR
August 9, 2019

How Detecting High Priority Malware will Accelerate Quality App Development and Release

When it comes to malware's persistent threat to your business, we typically discuss risk in context to failed compliance with regulations, or we talk about data loss, or we focus on fears around business continuity. But internal application quality and the software supply chain are often left out of the conversation — likely because the risk remains somewhat ambiguous.