Sabbath Ransomware Group: Using Memory-Based Attacks to Evade Detection
Raytheon and Virsec Partner to Guard the Grid
A Partnership to Change the Paradigm
At the heart of the Raytheon-Virsec agreement is a defense against memory-based cyberattacks, or those that exploit weaknesses in legitimate applications, rather than installing malware. Well-known examples include the WannaCry and NotPetya ransomware attacks, which exploited a PC feature called Server Message Block that allows computers on a network to access shared resources such as printers.
Learn more about how the Raytheon-Virsec partnership and how these organizations are teaming up to guard the grid