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CyberMaxx MAXX Network Now Available for AWS and Azure Environments

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CyberMaxx is excited to announce the release of MAXX Network for cloud-based environments. As the world embraces a new standard of business operations, organizations seek the flexibility of cloud-based computing. At CyberMaxx we know that you need the ability to protect your cloud-based data. To do that, you need expertise in cybersecurity and cloud solutions.

There are many misconceptions regarding the security of the cloud. One is the cloud service provider provides your perimeter security and you don’t need a threat-based blocking technology deployed there. However, after examining hundreds of cloud-based deployments, the evidence clearly shows you are responsible for blocking those threats. You need an intrusion detection/prevention system (IDS/IPS) developed specifically to address your security needs in today’s cloud-based environments. Our newly developed AWS and Azure-based virtual machine leverages the proven technology of our on-premise sensor in those cloud environments.

“The new advancements in our MAXX Network platform empowers our customers to move their workforce to the cloud without the worry of a security breach on top of the other challenges COVID-19 brings,” says Thomas Lewis, CEO of CyberMaxx. “This shift has fundamentally changed how cybersecurity teams need to protect their employees and sensitive data.”

The Verizon Data Breach Report indicates that cloud hacking will be one of the new ways cybercriminals enter our systems—stealing credentials and hacking into cloud-based email servers. While cloud-computing offers your business cost savings, operational efficiencies and general agility, network protection should not be overlooked.

Cybercriminals will continue to take the path of least resistance. “Just like us, cybercriminals try to be efficient,” says Jason Riddle. “If they find an easier way to get into your systems, they’ll take it.”

“The implementation of MAXX Network for AWS went smoothly. We didn’t have to think about it once it was live, CyberMaxx took care of everything. It was a completely natural extension of the traditional IPS approach we already had in place, but now in the cloud,” says CyberMaxx customer and VP of Technology & Infrastructure.

Contact us at (615) 309-2500 to see how our tailored, scalable solution is the best fit for your cloud security needs, and in the meantime, visit CyberMaxx.com to learn more about our other services.

About CyberMaxx

CyberMaxx prevents, detects, and responds to cyberattacks for healthcare organizations. CyberMaxx equips its customers with a 24/7/365 security operations center with services including endpoint threat detection and response, network-based threat detection and prevention, security information and event management (SIEM) with advanced data analytics, vulnerability risk management, and incident response services.

Contact CyberMaxx for more information about healthcare cybersecurity solutions by visiting CyberMaxx.com or call (615) 309-2500.

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Signs that confirm that an Android Smart phone is hacked

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As the use of Android based smart phones is increasing, studies suggest that these gadgets are becoming favorite targets to hackers and cyber criminals. Now to those who aren’t aware about the tech of ‘Smart Phone Hacking’ here’s a gist on it. A smart phone hack means presence of malicious apps or software such as malware, spyware or programs that can steal sensitive data like banking credentials, crypto currency from wallets, photos, videos and other sensitive files from a smart phone.

Now, coming to the signs that confirm that an Android Smart phone is hacked, here are some tips to identify-

If your phone is being bombarded with ads from unknown sources, then it means that the phone has some malware infection loaded onto it.

In case if unknown apps are getting installed without your knowledge, then it clearly indicates that some malicious activity is taking place in the background.

Another sign that your mobile is hacked is that the app/s disappears as soon as they are downloaded.

Other big sign that indicates a smart phone is hacked is when the battery of the smart phone drains suddenly. Especially when it shows 100% while charging and then shows only 10% after 2-3 hours of battery recharge.

Sometimes, in rare cases, your phone’s call list has a feed of missed calls or unknown international calls and this clearly indicates that your phone is hacked

Sudden increase in mobile data consumption also indicates that your phone is infected by malevolent apps

Drop in phone’s performance resulting in app freezes and longer time to upload also indicates malware infection on the smart phone.

What to do with your phone at this stage?

Just download a mobile security application and see that it keeps your device secure enough from then on by regularly scanning for cyber threats and neutralizing them. Going for premium anti-malware software makes complete sense, as it can help in detecting mobile ransomware and cyptomining software as well.

Source: https://www.cybersecurity-insiders.com/signs-that-confirm-that-an-android-smart-phone-is-hacked/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=signs-that-confirm-that-an-android-smart-phone-is-hacked

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Over 5.5m files or 343GB data leaked from Amazon Web Services AWS

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Security researchers working for vpnMentor have discovered that a storage bucket on AWS cloud was open for quite sometime, putting 5.5 million files or 343GB worth data at risk as it was accessible to hackers.

According to the research team led by Noam Rotem and Ran Locar, the AWS S3 bucket belonged to a company called InMotionNow that is basically a software company that is based in North Carolina and is into project management services.

Cybersecurity Insiders has learned that the data belonged to companies that stored their marketing material on the unsecured S3 bucket of AWS and that includes

  • Training videos and some text files related to ISC2.org.

  • Client details related to Insurance Company Brotherhood Mutual.

  • Some training material meant for students pursuing courses at the Universities in Kent State of Ohio and Purdue in Indiana, along with a list of donors.

  • Sensitive details related to Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • Material related product design and accessories related to Electronics Company called Zagg.

  • Information related to Freedom Forum Institute, non-profit organizations based in United States.

  • Sensitive details related to Myriad Genetics and Performance Health.

Note 1- vpnMentor tried to reach InMotionNow to report the issue. But the company failed to acknowledge the incident. But it took all measures to make the data access private on the S3 bucket thereafter.

Note 2– inMotionNow is SaaS solutions provider that offers companies the privilege to manage their marketing and creative workflow efficiently and swiftly. It offers applications related to task and milestone management, project requisites, resource assignment, tracking online reviews that ease the administrative tasks of marketing and sales teams to a great level.

Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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Combat mobile phishing attacks targeting Financial Services with AI

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Phishing attacks are a common attack vector for financial services organizations. Effective and simple to launch, phishing attacks challenge financial firms to protect their mobile workforce and harden their customer-facing apps.
Mobile phishing, in particular, bypasses traditional perimeter defenses such as secure email gateways by targeting users via personal email, SMS and social messaging apps. These attacks typically seek to exploit human trust by using social context within messages on social networks.
For example, the natural instinct for safety and survival would lead most anyone to click on a message about a friend or loved one who has been affected by COVID-19. With access to an app, an attacker could check balances, transfer money, and siphon away all the funds in an account….then disappear. Once a cyberattacker infects an employee’s mobile device, they can use it and the user’s credentials to access a corporate network…

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