OS X Malware: Beyond the Initial Research

By: October 15, 2015

The Carbon Black Threat Research Team released a report yesterday on the increased prevalence of OS X malware. In this post, I want to briefly discuss the research from my perspective as one of the authors and line up what’s… Read More

#BENVLOG: “It’s Cyber Security Month and I’m Calling You Out!”

By: October 14, 2015

In today’s edition of the #BENVLOG, Bit9 + Carbon Black Chief Security Strategist Ben Johnson uses Cyber Security Awareness Month to ask #infosec professionals some important questions.

Partners Using Carbon Black: Stolen Signing Certificate Leads to Banking Trojan

By: October 9, 2015

(Editor’s note: This post originally appeared on Red Canary’s website. Red Canary is a Bit9 + Carbon Black partner. To learn more about our partnerships, click here.) By Keith McCammon, Red Canary We see a lot of crimeware, particularly crimeware… Read More

Extending Infoblox DNS Threat Intelligence for Endpoint Remediation

By: October 8, 2015

(Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on infoblox.com.) Today, I am delighted to have a chance to speak about a topic that’s really interesting to me – how Infoblox plays into a security ecosystem. Traditionally, Infoblox is thought of as… Read More

#BENVLOG: Cyber Security Awareness Month Emphasizes Importance of Community

By: October 7, 2015

In today’s edition of the #BENVLOG, from Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, Bit9 + Carbon Black Chief Security Strategist Ben Johnson discusses the importance of sharing and development as part of cyber defense.

In a World Full of Security Choices, “Streaming” May Be the Best Option

By: October 6, 2015

Are you Pandora loyalist or Spotify die hard? Maybe you’re more of a Beats or Mixcloud person. Or do you keep it simple and stick with iTunes or Sony? I used Pandora first, because it was first (kind of) and… Read More