Blog Posts

  • Identity Security: Putting It All Together

    Identity Security: Putting It All Together

    Here at CyberArk, we’ve been sharing how Identity Security offers a modern approach grounded in Zero Trust and least privilege to protect organizations’ most critical assets. In recent weeks,...

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  • CyberArk Acquires C3M, Accelerating Cloud Privilege Security and Cyber Risk Reduction

    CyberArk Acquires C3M, Accelerating Cloud Privilege Security and Cyber Risk Reduction

    In 2018, as cloud adoption was nearing a tipping point, and a series of major cyber attacks signaled the rise of the cloud service misconfiguration error, we founded C3M on the belief that cloud...

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  • 6 Identity Security Soundbites from David Higgins, CyberArk EMEA Technical Director

    6 Identity Security Soundbites from David Higgins, CyberArk EMEA Technical Director

    CyberArk EMEA Technical Director David Higgins works closely with some of the world’s largest and most heavily regulated organizations in architecting Identity Security strategies that help...

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  • 5 Hot Takes from AWS re:Inforce 2022

    5 Hot Takes from AWS re:Inforce 2022

    The city of Boston was hot this July – and we’re not just talking about record-breaking temperatures. The cybersecurity community showed up and turned up the heat, exploring Identity...

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  • Inside Matanbuchus: A Quirky Loader

    Inside Matanbuchus: A Quirky Loader

    An in-depth analysis of Matanbuchus loader’s tricks and loading techniques Matanbuchus is a Malware-as-a-Service loader that has been sold on underground markets for more than one year....

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  • CyberArk Named a Leader in the 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for PAM Again

    CyberArk Named a Leader in the 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for PAM Again

    CyberArk is proud to announce it has been named a Leader in the 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Privileged Access Management.1 The company was positioned both highest in ability to execute and...

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  • What to Do When Digital Identities Start Doing “Stranger Things”

    What to Do When Digital Identities Start Doing “Stranger Things”

    The long-awaited volume 2 of “Stranger Things” season 4 dropped this month. Fellow fans likely tracked three unique storylines this season, and it was a good thing the last two episodes were...

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  • IMPACTful Women in Cybersecurity

    IMPACTful Women in Cybersecurity

    While cybersecurity as an industry aims to close gaps, cybersecurity as a profession has notoriously struggled with its own gaps when it comes to representation. When examining gender diversity...

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  • Live from Impact 2022: Identity Security Trends, Investment and New Innovations

    Live from Impact 2022: Identity Security Trends, Investment and New Innovations

    The cybersecurity and identity-focused professionals gathered at CyberArk Impact 2022 need little convincing that Zero Trust is a solid framework to follow. After all, they’re the ones grappling...

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  • Cyber Attack Commoditization and the Rise of Access-as-a-Service

    Cyber Attack Commoditization and the Rise of Access-as-a-Service

    Despite lingering, dated depictions of dark-hooded figures, cyber crime has matured into a highly professional business sector. With strong backing by organized crime syndicates and nation states,...

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  • Take Advantage of 10 Technical Community Perks for Identity Security Success

    Take Advantage of 10 Technical Community Perks for Identity Security Success

    “There is immense power when a group of people with similar interests gets together to work toward the same goals.” – Idowu Koyenikan Whether you’re facing a big cybersecurity challenge, evolving...

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  • Securing Cloud Environments by Lifting the Veil on Excessive Permissions

    Securing Cloud Environments by Lifting the Veil on Excessive Permissions

    Have you ever written an email to your boss only to find multiple typos after you’ve sent it, or missed an important work deadline, or hastily clicked on a phishing email? It happens. There’s a...

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  • Australia’s Growing Focus on Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity

    Australia’s Growing Focus on Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity

    Just over a year ago, a cyber criminal syndicate carried out a massive ransomware attack against a large U.S. oil distribution network, disrupting fuel supplies and triggering panic buying and...

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  • Trust, Patient Empowerment and Data: Insights From Takeda’s Chief Digital Trust Officer  

    Trust, Patient Empowerment and Data: Insights From Takeda’s Chief Digital Trust Officer  

    It seems logical that the more data a healthcare provider can collect, the better patient treatment will potentially be. But unlike other situations where we’re generally comfortable removing the...

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  • What’s Missing in Healthcare Ransomware and Supply Chain Defense

    What’s Missing in Healthcare Ransomware and Supply Chain Defense

    The omnipresent ransomware threat is changing how healthcare organizations approach cybersecurity — from formalizing practices in an effort to obtain cyber insurance coverage to improving their...

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  • RSA 2022, Wi-Fi Cracking Across San Francisco and How It All Comes Down to Trust

    RSA 2022, Wi-Fi Cracking Across San Francisco and How It All Comes Down to Trust

    Trust – how to build it, how to strengthen it and how to restore it – was a major theme at RSA Conference 2022. Members of our CyberArk team joined 26,000 attendees online and in...

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  • That Pipe is Still Leaking: Revisiting the RDP Named Pipe Vulnerability

    That Pipe is Still Leaking: Revisiting the RDP Named Pipe Vulnerability

    On January 11, 2022, we published a blog post describing the details of CVE-2022-21893, a Remote Desktop vulnerability that we found and reported to Microsoft. After analyzing the patch that fixed...

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  • Celebrating Our LGBTQIA2S++ Community With Pride

    Celebrating Our LGBTQIA2S++ Community With Pride

    This Pride Month, we celebrate the diverse identities and tremendous contributions of LGBTQIA2S++ people around the world and within our CyberArk community. But nurturing an inclusive, supportive...

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  • Go BLUE! A Protection Plan for Credentials in Chromium-based Browsers

    Go BLUE! A Protection Plan for Credentials in Chromium-based Browsers

    In my previous blog post (here), I described a technique to extract sensitive data (passwords, cookies) directly from the memory of a Chromium-based browser’s [CBB] process. Google’s response to...

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  • Extracting Clear-Text Credentials Directly From Chromium’s Memory

    Extracting Clear-Text Credentials Directly From Chromium’s Memory

    This research was initiated accidentally. After “mini-dumping” all active Chrome.exe processes for another research project, I decided to see if a password that I recently typed in the browser...

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