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NeuShield Newsletter (Volume 14)

April 2022

by Elisha Riedlinger, COO of NeuShield

Topics:

  • NeuShield Announces Partnership with Cyber Iron Dome
  • Safe Mode Is A Growing Attack Surface For Bad Actors
  • Protecting your company from ransomware attacks
  • Business Leaders Reveal the Most Important Cybersecurity Trends in 2022

NeuShield Announces Partnership with Cyber Iron Dome

NeuShield announced a partnership with Cyber Iron Dome. NeuShield’s Data Sentinel, which enables the instant recovery of devices and data files when other malware defenses fail, is a key piece of technology utilized by Cyber Iron Dome. Cyber Iron Dome customers can deploy NeuShield to protect their systems and data, with immediate recovery from malware attacks.

“The partnership with Cyber Iron Dome enhances our strategy to have our products deployed by small and medium-sized businesses,” states Yuen Pin Yeap, CEO at NeuShield. “Many SMBs don’t have in-house expertise to secure, manage and support their own infrastructure. For these companies, consultants, like Cyber Iron Dome are great technology partners, providing the most appropriate technology with proven value.”

Read More: Press Release >>

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Safe Mode Is A Growing Attack Surface For Bad Actors

When a Windows system is in Safe Mode, it is generally considered safe. However, bad actors are now taking advantage of Safe Mode vulnerabilities because they know that endpoint security products are unable to run. Hackers are able to infiltrate Windows systems by running a small amount of code that won’t trigger a ransomware attack in normal Windows mode and thus, avoid detection from cybersecurity software. The malicious command code automatically reboots the system in Safe Mode, and then the ransomware is able to access and encrypt all of the system’s data.

As cybercriminals become stealthier and more evasive, Windows Safe Mode is becoming a growing attack vector. If endpoint cybersecurity products were to work in Safe Mode, they would effectively break the system, rendering Safe Mode unsafe. If security products were allowed to run in Safe Mode, you break the intentions for which Safe Mode was intended, but if you deny security products from running, then you open the security hole and allow attackers to infiltrate the system.

Read More: Forbes >>

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Protecting your company from ransomware attacks

As the threat of ransomware has reached new heights in 2022, many businesses are doubling-down on their defense against the scourge—making sure they’ve done everything they can to avoid becoming a victim.

Many owners of even the smallest business realize they’re prime targets for these hackers, who see small businesses as generally easy to penetrate, plunder and fool.

Furthermore, ransomware attacks have increasingly targeted colleges and universities. Cybercriminals have been exploiting security vulnerabilities that have propagated, as attack vectors have expanded with users accessing software and files from remote data centers, clouds, and SaaS facilities.

Read More: eCampus News >>

Read More: Green Profit >>

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Business Leaders Reveal the Most Important Cybersecurity Trends in 2022

To gain some insight into these and other cybersecurity trends that are top priorities for businesses as we head into 2022, Measured Insurance reached out to a panel of cybersecurity professionals and asked them to answer this question:

“What are the most important cybersecurity trends companies should be aware of, particularly around ransomware + cyber insurance, in 2022?”.

Yuen Pin Yeap the CEO and co-founder of NeuShield said, “Ransomware, in particular, is having a profound impact on the cyber insurance market…” As threat actors continue to develop increasingly complex attacks, the number of organizations struggling with ransomware has skyrocketed. We will see more insurance carriers looking closely at their cyber insurance policies, with many providers dropping out of the market in the coming year. However, the need will be greater than ever as companies will continue to fall victim to ransomware attacks. We would expect policy rates to increase exponentially in the coming year.

Read More: Measured Insurance >>

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