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Rapid7 Threat Report: Q4 2017 Q4 Threat Report and 2017 Wrap-up

Welcome to Rapid7’s Q4 report, featuring our first annual threat report wrap-up! 2017 Quarterly Threat Report: Q4 and 2017 Wrap-Up Get the Full Report We could not have picked a better year to start doing this, as 2017 was one for the books. While…

Rapid7 Named a Leader in Forrester Wave for Vulnerability Risk Management

Today, we’re excited to announce a major milestone for InsightVM: Recognition as a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Vulnerability Risk Management, Q1 2018, earning top scores in both the Current Offering and Strategy categories. We are proud of the achievement not only because of…

Simplicity, Harmony, and Opportunity: Rapid7 Threat Report Q3 2017

John Archibald Wheeler, the theoretical physicist who first coined the term “wormhole” (and therefore brought us Deep Space 9) once listed Albert Einstein’s Three Rules of Work: Out of clutter find simplicity; from discord find harmony; in the middle of difficulty lies opportunity. These…

[Cloud Security Research] Cross-Cloud Adversary Analytics

Introducing Project Heisenberg CloudProject Heisenberg Cloud is a Rapid7 Labs research project with a singular purpose: understand what attackers, researchers and organizations are doing in, across and against cloud environments. This research is based on data collected from a new, Rapid7-developed honeypot framework called Heisenberg…

Cyber security around the world - 8/5/14 - UK Information Security Breaches Survey

With so much happening in cyber security around the world lately, we're highlighting some of the interesting stories each week from across Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific. This week we're in the United Kingdom where the 2014 Information Security Breaches Survey was launched…

Stolen passwords - the no. 1 attack vector

The latest Verizon DBIR 2014 report published last week is clearly showing that the use of stolen credentials became the most common attack vector in 2013. In our upcoming webcast, Matt Hathaway and I will discuss how user-based attacks are becoming the no. 1 "threat…