Boston, MA (PRWEB)
September 06, 2017
Cybereason, the leading provider of behavioral-based enterprise attack protection, including endpoint detection and response, next-generation antivirus, and active monitoring services, today announced that its podcast ‘Malicious Life’ has cracked the Top 20 (#17) ranking of most popular iTunes technology podcasts, an impressive milestone.
Malicious Life has skyrocketed up the iTunes charts since its July 2017 launch and a Top 10 ranking is on the horizon. To celebrate, Cybereason released Episode 7 of the podcast titled ‘Stuxnet’ ahead of schedule. Part one of the three part series explores the first major cyberwar battle. Stuxnet is one of the most advanced malware attacks in history. This malicious piece of code had a single focus: to stop the development of Iran’s nuclear program.
“There’s not another cybercrime/infosec podcast out there that is as good or holds your attention like Malicious Life,” according to a recent enthusiast’s iTunes review. To date, the podcast has earned 95 five-star reviews from listeners.
Malicious Life is about this day and age and the wars that are fought on computers. Real life crime is taking a back seat to cat and mouse games between cyber criminals and special agents. Malicious Life tells these stories, from the earliest to the latest. Who invented the first virus, and why? What motivates these cybercriminals? How did these cultures evolve?
Or at https://malicious.life/
Cybereason is the leading provider of behavioral-based enterprise attack protection, including endpoint detection and response (EDR), next-generation antivirus (NGAV), and active monitoring services. The Cybereason solution reduces security risk, provides complete visibility, and increases analyst efficiency and effectiveness. Cybereason partners with enterprises to gain the upper hand over adversaries. Cybereason is privately held and headquartered in Boston, with offices in London, Tel Aviv and Tokyo.
Learn more: https://www.cybereason.com/
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