The Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization (AMTSO) reaffirmed its support for independent product testing in the wake of disputes that surfaced at RSA Conference 2017 last week.
It’s day 4 of RSA Conference 2017 as I write this. For me, the event ends with a flight home in a few hours. Before doing so, a review of the week is in order.
In the latest installment of live videos beaming directly from San Fransisco Sophos security scribe Bill Brenner chats to Mark Loman, director of engineering for next-generation tech at Sophos, about how nation-state attackers meticulously craft their attack code to evade the most advanced security products.
Couldn’t get to RSA? We’ve got you covered on all the juiciest presentations.
In this Facebook Live presentation, Sophos principal research scientist Chester Wisniewski and channel SE John Shier use the food pyramid to show what they see as the proper balance of tools in the fight against online attackers.
If you’re across the Atlantic or couldn’t get to RSA, we’re bringing RSA to you via Facebook Live.
In his presentation, Sophos product management director Russell Humphries talks about how machine learning will change the battle against malware. And, find out how we are bringing machine learning into the fold with our plans to acquire Invincea.
Greetings from RSA Conference 2017. This year we’ve been taking advantage of Facebook Live* to help us deliver news from the show floor.
Here, I talk to Chester Wisniewski, principal research scientist in the Office of the CTO, about IoT threats and ransomware.
SophosLabs has released a malware forecast to coincide with the start of RSA Conference 2017.
Typically, our research papers focus on Windows, which has traditionally been the largest battleground. While some of the report does indeed look at Microsoft-specific challenges, we decided to focus more on the increasing malware threats directed at platforms where the risks are often not as well understood, specifically Linux, MacOS and Android devices.