The Difference between UBA and UEBA

In October, Gartner released a new market guide for User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA). I, like many others, wondered why there’s suddenly an “E” in UEBA. Last year’s market guide was simply User Behavior Analytics (UBA). To understand this additional letter, it might be worthwhile to review the market definition of UBA. UBA’s primary […]

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Today I Learned: Fundamentally Rooted


Each week, we’ll bring you the latest news on exploits, protecting your perimeter and keeping your data secure. Informative. Entertaining. Best of all, each post is like an energy bar for IT! It’ll take you less than 2 minutes to read. Enjoy! If you’re an Alan Moore fan, then you’re familiar with the phrase “Who watches […]

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Study Shows Mobile Apps Scoop Up PII and Other Data


While finishing up a project related to the EU’s new data security law, I’m reminded again how advanced even some of their existing laws are as they relate to consent. In EU land, you’re supposed to explicitly get a consumer’s approval before accessing and processing their personal data. But here in the US, it’s more […]

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Anatomy of a breach: Sony


Our new UBA Threat Models are built on a kill chain, in order to protect your data throughout the entire life cycle of a data breach. But what does that mean, exactly?   Let’s take a look at the anatomy of a breach. How did the Sony breach happen? We know a few things for certain: […]

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Best Ransomware Videos You Should Watch


I love to read. But sometimes, I just want a teacher to guide me through new subjects. Take ransomware. I mean, is it as bad as everyone says? And I’m a little ashamed to admit, but what does bitcoin have to do with it? I needed to find top ransomware teachers stat! I’m happy to […]

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Simple Task-Based PowerShell Examples


After the novelty of learning something new wears off – unless you can connect the subject to your work – it’s often hard to want to continue practicing. However, an idea, methodology, and/or process might be just the motivation you need. Because sometimes you just don’t know, what you don’t know. Ya’ know? So, let […]

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Here are a few reliable signs the end of the year is fast approaching: the leaves are falling, holiday decorations are emerging, and tech bloggers are gazing into their lattes trying to decide what data security news 2016 will bring. My inbox is already starting to fill up with all the usual players wanting to […]

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DatAnywhere 2.8


We’re excited to announce the beta release of DatAnywhere 2.8, with version control and mapped drive features that enhance collaboration and development, tracking, sharing, and file management. DatAnywhere Version Control DatAnywhere now supports file version control. This includes creating new versions of files when they are modified or uploaded by DatAnywhere users: previous file versions can […]

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Deloitte Names Varonis One of the Fastest Growing Tech Companies in North America

It’s an honor to announce that today Varonis has been recognized as one of the 500 fastest-growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™ list. During the period of 2011-2014 Varonis’ revenues grew 154.8%. More than a decade ago we began developing software to enable […]

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Varonis DatAdvantage Gives Rabobank Full Control Over Data Access and Permissions; Enables Regulatory Compliance


Rabobank, a Dutch multinational banking and financial services company headquartered in Utrecht, Netherlands – and ranked 394 on the Global Fortune 500 list – has a good Varonis story to tell. Today we posted a success story that highlights how our DatAdvantage for Windows and DatAdvantage for SharePoint solutions help the bank control its data […]

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