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Analysis of an Emotet infection via a malicious Excel macro
We are currently in the midst of a global crisis produced by the coronavirus pandemic and the world as we know will probably change. In times of crisis, cybersecurity is increasingly relevant and we need to pay extra attention to the rise in cybersecurity attacks perpetrated by different adversaries, such as cybercriminals or nation-state sponsored groups, as they look to capitalise on the situation.
We’re going through difficult times, in which a pandemic is hitting the world incredibly hard. Although it’s not the highest concern at the moment, we must consider the economic consequences this outbreak will bring, and its effects on the cybersecurity sector.
We’re back on terra firma at our offices in San Sebastian and London after our fourth year participating in RSA Conference San Francisco where we unveiled version 2.
CounterCraft 2.6, is here, and as we throw ourselves into our fourth visit to San Francisco’s Moscone Centre in a few weeks, we can’t think of a better way to embark on this new decade.
A new year has just begun, and already there’s reason to celebrate: CounterCraft and PwC, leading cybersecurity companies, recently reached a global strategic collaboration agreement. PwC will provide digital counterintelligence consulting services and the CounterCraft Cyber Deception solution to large international companies.