Hsinchu, Taiwan – Mar 22, 2021 – According to the investigation report of ESET, the so-called "ProxyLogon" vulnerability of Microsoft Exchange Server is used by several cyber-criminal teams to deploy large scale attack. This vulnerability is a zero-day exploit. That means anyone who know this exploit can develop attacking program before the vendor provides the patches. It is usually taking a vendor three months to fix bug, test and distribute patches.
Hsinchu, Taiwan – January 10, 2021 – The coronavirus has been quickly spread out the world. The lockdown measures are implemented for COVID-19, many companies have their employees to work from home. According to the government statistics of Germany, the proportion of employees working from home has increased from 12% to 25% during COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, the German government has granted an Act of tax rebate to protect workers’ rights to work from home that would allow employees working from home to reduce their annual tax bill by €5 per working day, up to a maximum amount of €600 per year.
Hsinchu, Taiwan – December 11, 2020 – Many major media reported that Foxconn electronics giant suffered a ransomware attack at a Mexican facility over the Thanksgiving weekend, where attackers stole unencrypted files before encrypting devices. The malware used in this attack is reported as DoppelPaymer ransomware. For those people who did not know Foxconn yet, the Foxconn is the one of the largest OEM companies in the world. It has over 800,000 employees and received $172 billion revenue in 2019.
Hsinchu, Taiwan – November 19, 2020 – Lionic has developed several network security technologies based on deep packet inspection and has licensed to several major network appliances vendors like Cisco, NEC, Calix, etc. Those technologies are already mature and market proven. Now, it is time for Lionic to make its own product - Pico-UTM 100. Pico-UTM 100 is developed by Lionic's patented Deep Packet Inspection technology, and utilizes its large virus signature database to extend 4 powerful and necessary applications nowadays.
Hsinchu, Taiwan – October 7, 2020 – According to the H1, 2020 DDOS report released by Link11, Germany, the DDoS attack average in April, May and June is 97% higher than the same period in 2019, and reach to the peak of 108% in May this year. Since the beginning of the year, there’s a new way added on the DDoS attack, the DVRs exploit vulnerability becomes the attacking route, and it has been used for hundreds of times in Q2.
Hsinchu, Taiwan – September 29, 2020 – IPDream, the valued partner of Lionic which is one of the leading IT service providers in Japan announced Pico-UTM on Sep 17, 2020 through Japan Security System. Net Joe is the(Pico-UTM which emphasizes Japan localization. Pico-UTM is a simple bridge but a powerful network security device equipped with anti-virus, anti-intrusion anti-webthreat, firewall and functions as an UTM-level protection for the network. SOHO and SMB are encouraged to adopt several Pico-UTM (Net Joe) and apply them in some suitable points of company networks to protect against malicious attacks from cyber-criminals.
Hsinchu, Taiwan – August 1, 2020 – Calix, Inc. (NYSE: CALX) announced on July 21 that GVTC, the fastest Netflix ISP in North America, has improved member loyalty by 25 percent and satisfaction scores by 18 percent since it launched GVTC Premium Wi-Fi with the Wi-Fi 6 GigaSpire® BLAST and Calix Support Cloud (CSC) in September 2019. These remarkable results have led GVTC to adopt the entire Revenue EDGE as its go-to-market platform, launching its branded version of the CommandIQ™ mobile application along with two EDGE Suites.
This article is published in SafetyDetectives Blog, Lionic company website and AegisLab website. Aviva Zacks Published on: July 9, 2020 Eric Lu, Chairman and CEO of Lionic, took the time to sit for an interview with Aviva Zacks of Safety Detective. She asked him about Pico-UTM and how his company sees the future of cybersecurity.
This article is published in both Lionic company website and Linkedin Lionic company page. What is SASE? Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is an emerging cloud-security framework that Gartner introduced in 2019. As Internet of Thing (IoT) has become the trend, users are able to access application, data and service anywhere, in any time. Hence data moves from data centers to be the cloud service. Existing networking and security are transformed to a new dynamic perimeter, a policy-based network secure-access service, it causes enterprise must consider security and risk management and SASE is to address this shift.