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Anatomy of a Cyber Security Breach and The Second Law of Thermodynamics
By Andrew Hammond on April 3, 2018

 

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Auditing Access Control for Amazon Web Services EC2 in less than 15 minutes
By Sami Pippuri on August 24, 2015

What is CryptoAuditor? Modern IT systems are run by third parties – contractors, SaaS and IaaS providers, external administrator companies – to enable businesses to focus on creating...

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How misplaced trust can render your DLP ineffective
By Tommi Lampila on August 18, 2015

Enabling Data Loss Prevention Tools for Encrypted Channels and File Transfers Year 2015 marks the 20th anniversary of the first release of the Secure Shell protocol.  Network...

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Cooler Heads Will Prevail
By Jussi Valkiainen on December 8, 2014

When thinking of IT security trends, I don’t think I would be on the wrong track if I would dub the year 2014 as “The Year of Open Source Vulnerability”. In the same vein, past couple of...

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A Video Is Worth a Million Words
By Jussi Valkiainen on November 11, 2014

It is a well-known fact that system administrators with root-level privileges have wider access to company’s critical information assets than the C-level executives. With great power comes...

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Encrypted Highway to the Danger Zone
By Jason Thompson on August 15, 2014

Russian gangs, NSA vigilantes, and bleeding hearts – sounds like the groundwork for a cool, blockbuster movie. Unfortunately, this is the reality we now face.  According to Authentify, a...

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Is Open Source Right for You? Apparently Google Thinks Not
By Jason Thompson on July 24, 2014

Heartbleed woke everyone up to the risks that open source software can pose if the management, development and design of the software isn’t up to par. Earlier this month OpenSSL released a...

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Snowden Calls On Employees To Leak Company Secrets
By John Walsh on July 23, 2014

During the Hackers On Planet Earth (HOPE) conference, Edward Snowden and Daniel Ellsberg called on insiders (employees) to spill corporate and government secrets.  Snowden is calling for...

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Identity & Access Management: Don’t get Death Starred!
By John Walsh on May 28, 2014

Many things seem impenetrable until a “small vulnerability” is exploited. The phrase “small vulnerability” almost sounds like an oxymoron when you think about it.  Take the fable of one...

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Just A Heartbleed Away: The Dirty Little Secret in IT Security is Creating A Major Risk
By Jason Thompson on May 19, 2014

One of the major lessons learned from the Heartbleed Bug is just how vulnerable critical IT components, like encryption, are. The potential impact of these vulnerabilities can be severe and...

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