Mo Cashman is one of the company’s passionate leaders in cyber security. As an Enterprise Security Architect and Principal Engineer at McAfee, Mo advises our largest global customers and partners on their cyber threat management and data protection strategies for the digital enterprise. Mo’s passion is to inspire our next generation security professionals as well as help customers architect for future resilience. With that passion and over 20 years of experience, Mo leads our Security Architect and Executive Briefing Center programs in EMEA, where we host hundreds of customers each year. In previous roles at the company, Mo was the Chief Technical Strategist for the Global Public Sector and just prior to joining the company, lead Computer Security Incident Response and Threat Intelligence Teams investigating and responding to sophisticated cyber threats across the world.

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McAfee Enterprise Defender Blog | OMIGOD Vulnerability Opening the Door to Mirai Botnet

This month Microsoft released patches for 86 vulnerabilities. While many of these vulnerabilities are important and should be patched as...

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McAfee Enterprise Defender Blog | MSHTML CVE-2021-40444

Threat Summary Microsoft is warning its users of a zero-day vulnerability in Windows 10 and versions of Windows Server that...

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McAfee Enterprise Defender’s Blog: Operation Harvest

Summary McAfee Enterprise’s Advanced Threat Research (ATR) team provided deep insight into a long-term campaign Operation Harvest. In the blog,...

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How A Device to Cloud Architecture Defends Against the SolarWinds Supply Chain Compromise

In a blog post released 13 Dec 2020, FireEye disclosed that threat actors compromised SolarWinds’s Orion IT monitoring and management...

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SUNBURST Malware and SolarWinds Supply Chain Compromise

Part I of II Situation In a blog post released 13 Dec 2020, FireEye disclosed that threat actors compromised SolarWinds’s...

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McAfee Defender’s Blog: NetWalker

Building Adaptable Security Architecture Against NetWalker NetWalker Overview The NetWalker ransomware, initially known as Mailto, was first detected in August...

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McAfee Defender’s Blog: Operation North Star Campaign

Building Adaptable Security Architecture Against the Operation North Star Campaign Operation North Star Overview Over the last few months, we...

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ENS 10.7 Rolls Back the Curtain on Ransomware

Ransomware protection and incident response is a constant battle for IT, security engineers and analysts under normal circumstances, but with...

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Staying Safe While Working Remotely

Special thanks to Tim Hux and Sorcha Healy for their assistance. The demand for remote working as a result of...

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How to Protect Against Petya Ransomware in a McAfee Environment

A new variant of the ransomware Petya (also called Petrwrap) began spreading around the world on June 27. Petya is ransomware that exploits the vulnerability CVE-2017-0144 in Microsoft’s implementation of the Server Message Block protocol. This ransomware encrypts the master boot records of infected Windows computers, making the machines unusable.

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