Developer Relations Month: Shining Light on the Darkhotel APT

By: November 10, 2015

(Editor’s Note: This blog post published by Lastline Labs (the research and development arm of Lastline Inc. and a Bit9 + Carbon Black partner) looks closer at the evasive techniques employed by the group and shows how the attackers use… Read More

Developer Relations Focus: User Xchange Keeps Focus Where it Belongs

By: November 9, 2015

We recently had the privilege of sponsoring and attending the 2015 Bit9 + Carbon Black User Xchange conference in Las Vegas. Though we’ve been using the Carbon Black technology since its inception, this was our first time attending the User… Read More

Developer Relations Month: Respond with Automation

By: November 5, 2015

I know I’m not the only one who has created the perfect watchlist in Carbon Black with almost zero false positives. Every hash on my “perfect” Carbon Black watchlist is an instant hash ban, but I get tired of having… Read More

#BENVLOG: Kick Off Developer Relations Month with Some Code Writing

By: November 4, 2015

Bit9 + Carbon Black’s Chief Security Strategist, Ben Johnson, asks the Bit9 Blog audience to use developer relations month as an opportunity to write some code and join in helping the #infosec community! Developer’s Page! Join Bit9 + Carbon Black in… Read More

Developer Relations Focus – Defense-in-Depth: The Missing Layer

By: November 3, 2015

(Editor’s Note: this is the first in a series of blogs to be published during Developer Relations Month, a 30-day period dedicated to empowering the developer community. Today’s post comes to us from Wombat, the leading provider of security awareness… Read More

Halloween Special: Inside a Hacker’s Mind During the Cyber “Kill Chain”

By: October 30, 2015

In the spirit of Halloween, I’ve decided to demonstrate how a hacker might go after your company, via the full “kill chain.” (Muhahaha!) Ok, it may not be that scary (or as scary as the picture above), but the blog below… Read More