Monday , May 27 2024

CISA Opens Malware Analysis Tool For Public Use

CISA has launched a new initiative, making its advanced malware analysis system, Malware Next-Gen, available to the public. Malware Next-Gen is a new and innovative way to find and fight against cyber threats and harmful software.

This new platform allows governments, private organizations, security researchers, and individuals to submit malware samples and suspicious artifacts for analysis with a focus on scalability and efficiency.

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Eric Goldstein, CISA’s Executive Assistant Director for Cybersecurity, emphasized the importance of this initiative, stating, “Effective and efficient malware analysis helps security professionals detect and prevent malicious software from enabling adversary access to persistence within an organization.”

He emphasized that the Malware Next-Gen demonstrates CISA’s commitment to enhancing the nation’s cybersecurity.

Malware Next-Gen automates the analysis of new malware, giving important intelligence for network defenders to respond to cyber incidents and threats.

The platform offers reliable and advanced analysis that can be expanded to meet future needs.

Malware Next-Gen has a great feature called multilevel containment capabilities. This feature automatically analyzes suspicious files or URLs to see if they are malicious. This system helps CISA analysts and the operations team respond quickly and effectively to cyber threats and protect critical systems and infrastructure.

Empowering Partnerships And Enhancing Defense:

With the aim of fostering collaboration among partners and promoting the exchange of information on cyber threats, CISA has opened Malware Next-Gen to the public.

This initiative helps share and connect data, and also helps spread knowledge about cyber threats, improving defense against cyber attacks. You can see how Sandbox, like ANY.RUN, can benefit your organization. Your security team can get free access.

All groups, security experts, and people are encouraged to register and submit potential malware for analysis in this automated system.

The collaboration will help detect, prevent, and reduce cyber threats, making national and global digital infrastructure more secure. To learn more about how to join this initiative, go to CISA’s official website.

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