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Oct 15

Binary Defense and Ingram Micro Announce Strategic Distribution Relationship

Binary Defense™—a leader in Managed Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) now with built-in Endpoint Platform Protection (EPP)—today announced it has entered into a distribution relationship with Ingram Micro Inc., a global force in technology solutions, mobility, cloud, and supply chain services. The relationship will add significant value to customers by more easily addressing specific regional markets around the world.

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Oct 06

Why We Love DerbyCon

There's a lot to recommend about DerbyCon, the homegrown computer security conference based in Louisville, Kentucky. The buzz in the air during and leading up to the conference is palatable and unlike any other InfoSec conference you may have attended.

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Sep 28

Binary Defense Launches Security Executive Network (S.E.N.) Program

Our newly formed Security Executive Network (S.E.N.)is a traveling event to connect with security leaders everywhere to share insights and best practices. 

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Aug 23

Vision EDR Platform Disrupts Another Phishing Attack, Sorry Bad Guys

Binary Defense Vision EDR can easily detect macro malware leveraging Windows PowerShell and, in this case, helped a customer defend against the Emotet downloader Trojan.

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Jun 28

Binary Defense Acknowledged as a Representative Vendor in Gartner’s Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services

Binary Defense, a leading provider of Managed Detection and Response (MDR) and Managed Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) services, is happy to announce it has been identified as a Representative Vendor in the Gartner "Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services" report.

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Nov 10

United States Postal Service Breached

On November 10, 2014 the United States Postal Service (USPS) announced they were the victim of a cyber security intrusion. The breached was discovered in September and it appears that the Chinese government may be responsible. In the document "USPS Cyber Intrusion and Employee Data Compromise November 10, 2014" released on 11/10/2014, the USPS stated the intrusion was similar to attacks being reported by many other federal government entities and corporations. Although this is a blanket statement, the release does highlight some key information.

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