Marina Kidron

Marina Kidron

About Marina Kidron

Marina Kidron is Skybox Security's director of threat intelligence and leader of the Skybox Research Lab, a dedicated team of analysts who daily scour dozens of security feeds and sources and investigate sites in the dark web. Kidron has more than 10 years of experience in business and statistical data analysis, data modeling and algorithms development for information technology, mobile and internet companies and financial services companies. She earned a Master's degree in Political Marketing, and a Bachelor degree in Computer Science and Mathematics.
22 03, 2019

LockerGoga Attack Hits Norsk Hydro, Stalls Production

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The LockerGoga ransomware took down the aluminum giant’s entire worldwide network, impacting production and office operations
15 03, 2019

Cisco NX-OS and FXOS: 33 New Vulnerabilities in One Week

By | March 15th, 2019|Vulnerability Assessment|Comments Off on Cisco NX-OS and FXOS: 33 New Vulnerabilities in One Week on Cisco NX-OS and FXOS: 33 New Vulnerabilities in One Week

Vulnerabilities on Cisco NX-OS and FXOS devices are particularly risky as they undermine security enforcement mechanisms themselves and aren’t detectable by scanners
30 01, 2019

Kuwait Oil Company Spreadsheet Delivering OmniRAT to OT Networks

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A weaponized Excel file titled “Kuwait Oil Company Business Profile” breathes new life into an old vulnerability, raising concern for unsuspecting OT networks
18 01, 2019

Juniper Vulnerabilities Missed by a Number of Popular Scanners

By | January 18th, 2019|Vulnerability Assessment|Comments Off on Juniper Vulnerabilities Missed by a Number of Popular Scanners on Juniper Vulnerabilities Missed by a Number of Popular Scanners

3 07, 2018

Cisco ASA Vulnerabilities See POC and Active Exploits

By | July 3rd, 2018|Uncategorized, Vulnerability & Threat Management|Comments Off on Cisco ASA Vulnerabilities See POC and Active Exploits on Cisco ASA Vulnerabilities See POC and Active Exploits

Cisco confirms limited exploitation in the wild of a recently disclosed Cisco ASA flaw, still cause for concern around EXTRABACON and EPICBANANA
7 05, 2018

How Will NHS Windows 10 Upgrade Impact Risk?

By | May 7th, 2018|Vulnerability & Threat Management|Comments Off on How Will NHS Windows 10 Upgrade Impact Risk? on How Will NHS Windows 10 Upgrade Impact Risk?

Move to the latest Windows OS brings robust security features but also more vulnerabilities and exploits
27 04, 2018

Orangeworm and Abbott Shed Light on Healthcare Cyberthreat

By | April 27th, 2018|Healthcare|Comments Off on Orangeworm and Abbott Shed Light on Healthcare Cyberthreat on Orangeworm and Abbott Shed Light on Healthcare Cyberthreat

The Orangeworm attack targeting healthcare organizations and vulnerabilities in Abbott cardiac devices raise fresh concerns of cyber issues in industry
14 03, 2018

March Patch Tuesday and AMD Processor Vulnerability

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Microsoft’s March Patch Tuesday includes CredSSP RCE vulnerability present in every version of Windows to date, and serious flaws announced in AMD processors
20 02, 2018

Triton Malware Can Remotely Target Critical Infrastructure

By | February 20th, 2018|Threat Intelligence|Comments Off on Triton Malware Can Remotely Target Critical Infrastructure on Triton Malware Can Remotely Target Critical Infrastructure

The highly sophisticated OT malware represents the next evolution of threats to industrial control systems
4 01, 2018

Meltdown, Spectre Reach Beyond Intel as Vendors Release Patches

By | January 4th, 2018|Vulnerability & Threat Management|Comments Off on Meltdown, Spectre Reach Beyond Intel as Vendors Release Patches on Meltdown, Spectre Reach Beyond Intel as Vendors Release Patches

CPU information disclosure vulnerabilities affect AMD and Arm as well as Intel microprocessors