Koch Disruptive Technologies Leads $30M Series B Investment to Accelerate Automox's Vision of Making Corporate Endpoint and Server Infrastructure More Resilient to Cyberattacks
February 07 2020
Automox, the cloud-native cyber hygiene platform provider, announced that it has raised $30 million in Series B funding. The round was led by Koch Disruptive Technologies (KDT), with participation from CRV, TechOperators, and CrowdStrike, which is investing through the Falcon Fund in partnership with Accel.
January 08 2018
Both of these vulnerabilities have been upon us for just under a week now and yet I’ve only really heard cyber hygiene (patch your systems and monitor for trouble) discussed as viable approaches to this problem. Cyber hygiene is indeed very important, but there are many strategic and tactical issues that should be on the table for discussion in response to these vulnerabilities — and vulnerabilities like them we will face in the future. In this blog, I will look at this from a cyber practitioner’s point of view and recommend some strategies you’ve looked at in the past but perhaps your organization hasn’t adopted yet.
May 14 2017
In April 14 2017, Shadow Brokers released information about an exploit tool written by the NSA called Eternal Blue. This tool exploited a zero day in Microsoft Windows covered by their MS17–010 update. The patch proceeded the disclosure as Microsoft issued MS17–010 on March 14, 2017. The WannaCry worm first got heavily noticed on Friday, May 12, 2017.