Raj Samani

Raj Samani is Chief Scientist and McAfee Fellow for cybersecurity firm McAfee. He has assisted multiple law enforcement agencies in cybercrime cases, and is a special advisor to the European Cybercrime Centre in The Hague. Samani has been recognized for his contribution to the computer security industry through numerous awards, including the Infosecurity Europe hall of Fame, Peter Szor award, and Intel Achievement Award, among others. He is the coauthor of the book "Applied Cyber Security and the Smart Grid" and the "CSA Guide to Cloud Computing," as well as technical editor for numerous other publications.

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McAfee Labs

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 the COVID-19 pandemic will invariably place pressures on organizations to ensure the availability of corporate resources in geographic locations outside of corporate control. Such demands go beyond the provision of ...

Mobile and IoT Security

The mobile threats you can’t even see

Over the last year, we’ve seen more stories in the news than ever before about the big picture of cybersecurity, with politicians being increasingly public about how technology is affecting international relationships. All of this can make it feel like staying safe online is out of consumers’ hands, with decisions ...

Mobile and IoT Security

How vulnerability disclosure keeps you and your family safe

Surrounded by smart home devices as well as apps which integrate with other services, we are entering an age of consumer technology where everything can talk to everything. For most consumers, this will just feel like the next logical step in a technological advancement which has been going on for ...

Consumer Threat Notices

Consumers want a fully connected life – but at what cost?

Convenience has always, and will always be king. That’s why it’s no surprise that the average person is collecting connected devices left and right and is expected to own 15 connected devices by 2030. While they vary from person to person, recent research shows that the most popular connected devices ...

McAfee Labs

Iran Cyber Threat Update

Recent political tensions in the Middle East region have led to significant speculation of increased cyber-related activities. McAfee is on a heightened state of alert to monitor the evolving threats and rapidly implement coverage across all McAfee products as intelligence becomes available. Known campaigns associated with the threat actors from ...

Endpoint Security

MITRE ATT&CK™ APT3 Assessment

Making a case for the importance for real-time reporting is a simple exercise when considering almost every major campaign.  Take the case of Shamoon, where analysis into the Disttrack wiper revealed a date in the future when destruction would happen.  Similarly, cases where actors use different techniques in their attacks reveal that once mapped out, a ...

McAfee Labs

No More Ransom Blows Out Three Birthday Candles Today

Collaborative Initiative Celebrates Helping More Than 200,000 Victims and Preventing More Than 100 million USD From Falling into Criminal Hands Three years ago, on this exact day, the public and private sectors drew a line in the sand against ransomware. At that time, ransomware was becoming one of the most ...

McAfee Labs

Why Process Reimaging Matters

As this blog goes live, Eoin Carroll will be stepping off the stage at Hack in Paris having detailed the latest McAfee Advanced Threat Research (ATR) findings on Process Reimaging.  Admittedly, this technique probably lacks a catchy name, but be under no illusion the technique is significant and is worth ...

Mobile and IoT Security

In 2019 the Threat is “Everywhere Malware”, Not just Mobile Malware

This time last year, we said that 2018 would be the year of mobile malware. Today at MWC, we’re calling 2019 the year of everywhere malware. In their quest for profit, criminals are constantly forced to shift their tactics and adapt to a changing mobile market. Take crypto-mining, for example. ...

Consumer

MWC 2019: Why 5G + Fortnite = a win-win for criminals

So apparently, the company behind Fortnite has so much cash that it’s forming a $100 million prize fund for upcoming competitions. It’s hardly surprising since its creators, Epic Games, confirmed that by the end of November 2018, 200 million players had registered accounts across PCs, gaming consoles and on mobile. ...

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