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Stephen Boyer, BitSight's co-founder and CTO, discusses the challenges of patching, or lack there of, vulnerabilities in this currently expanded remote work environment. Read more.

Jake Olcott, BitSight's vice president of communications and government affairs, discusses how deepfakes are "a huge threat to democracy." Read more

One of the world’s largest botnets that was responsible for multiple scams and infected over nine million computers, has been taken down by Microsoft, Bitsight, and others. Read more

Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit, along with BitSight and other agencies, in coordinated to strike against the Necurs botnet, which is believed to have infected over nine million computers across...

Microsoft and BitSight, in coordination with several other organizations and agencies, have taken action to bring down the Necurs botnet, which is believed to have infected over nine million...

The Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit worked with BitSight and others in the security community to analyze and disrupt the Necurs botnet. Read more

Microsoft, BitSight, and other security companies and law enforcement agencies, has disrupted the operations of the Necurs botnet through a series coordinated actions.. Read more

Bitsight and Microsoft have taken joint action against the Necurs botnet to disrupt one of the world's largest botnets. Read more

Microsoft and partners in 35 countries, including BitSight, move to bring down Necurs, today's largest malware botnet. Read more

Microsoft has teamed up with security firm Bitsight Technologies Inc. and others to take down the infamous Necurs botnet. Read more

Microsoft "will take control of the U.S.-based infrastructure used by the criminals behind the world’s most prolific botnet used to distribute malware and infect victim computers." This effort was...

Microsoft, in coordination with organizations including BitSight, announced on Tuesday, March 10th, that it has moved to disrupt the Necurs, a network of more than 9 million computers that had...

Microsoft, in coordination with BitSight and others, managed to disrupt the Necurs botnet by taking control of the U.S.-based infrastructure that it has been using to conduct its malicious...

Microsoft, along with other organizations including BitSight, led the effort to take down Necurs, one of the largest malware botnets in the world that had infected more than 9 million computers...

Microsoft, BitSight and other partners used legal and technical steps to achieve a major victory against the Necurs botnet on Tuesday, which was first detected in 2012. Read more.

BitSight researchers weigh in on how the 11 "Necurs botnets seemed to be controlled by a single group and was responsible for 90 percent of the malware spread by email worldwide between 2016 and...

Microsoft and partners, including BitSight, have announced a major breakthrough in the fight against hackers today (March 10), with the takedown of the prolific Necurs botnet.

BitSight vice president Jake Olcott shares insights on how experts fear that coronavirus-themed threats will escalate to ransomware attacks, and that such attacks will disrupt response efforts at...

Wired highlights how Microsoft, along with BitSight and others, disrupted the remains of the Necurs botnet—in coordination with law enforcement and internet service providers across 35 countries....

Eleven Necurs botnets, which infected more than nine million computers since 2012, have been severely disrupted by Microsoft who partnered with BitSight. Read more.

Microsoft in a recent official article has shared that it disrupted one of the most dangerous Botnets “Necurs” with help from partners across 35 countries including BitSight. Read more about the...

At RSA Conference 2020, SearchSecurity asked several experts what they considered to be the biggest cybersecurity threat this year. According to BitSight vice president of communications and...

Jake Rheude, of Enterprise Times, discusses the challenges of patch management and mentions how BitSight can help organizations as well as their nth parties to reduce this burden.

At the House of Lords on March 5, CTO and co-founder of BitSight Stephen Boyer discussed research from BitSight that found that the UK has slipped backwards in the last year in terms of its...

Read what BitSight vice president Jake Olcott had to say about Ransomware payments and how companies and insurance companies could look at the situation. He and other experts also discussed the...

Training is an important element of cyber resiliency, said Stephen Boyer, co-founder and chief technology officer of Boston-based cyber security firm BitSight.“You absolutely must be training the...