Solutions: Threat Remediation

Michelle Drolet

The NSA should disclose all zero-day exploits. But it doesn’t. To say the National Security Agency (NSA) prefers to lay low and shuns the limelight is an understatement. One joke said about the secretive group, widely regarded as the most skilled state-sponsored hackers in the world, is NSA actually stands for “No Such Agency.” But

Michelle Drolet

WELLESLEY HILLS, MA (August 2016) – Massachusetts Bay Community College is pleased to announce it has received a generous donation of $5,000 from this year’s annual Information Security Summit to support student scholarships in the field of cyber security. The Information Security Summit, held each year on MassBay Community College’s Wellesley Hills campus, was established

Michelle Drolet

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Michelle Drolet

by Sarah Kuranda Sophos is launching a new technology Monday that synchronizes threat intelligence and automation across endpoint and network levels. Sophos Security Heartbeat, part of the Oxford, England-based company’s new XG firewall series, links together the company’s next-generation firewall and UTM solutions with its next-generation endpoint technologies. In doing that, the company said, it is

Michelle Drolet

Encrypting data on your own might be the smartest move. For those of you old enough to remember the TV comedy series “Get Smart” featuring a spy that used his shoe for a phone, the good guys belonged to an agency called “Control,” and the bad guys were affiliated with “Chaos.” This month “Get Smart”

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 The “Stagefright” hole in Android – what you need to know Provided by Paul Ducklin at Sophos, Inc. The conference circuit can be a competitive arena, especially when there are multiple parallel streams. For example, back in 2010, I was at Black Hat in Las Vegas, and I attended the talk next door to the late Barnaby Jack’s now legendary

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The funkily-named bug of the week is GHOST. Its official moniker is the less catchy CVE-2015-0235, and it’s a vulnerability caused by a buffer overflow in a system library that is used in many, if not most, Linux distributions. A buffer overflow is where you assume, for example, that when you handle a four-byte network number written out as

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by Darin Dutcher (Threat Research) Last month, the hacker collective Anonymous announced their intention to launch cyber-attacks against the petroleum industry (under the code name #OpPetrol) that is expected to last up to June 20. Their claimed reason for this attack is primarily due to petroleum being sold with the US dollar instead of currency

Michelle Drolet

Towerwall is proud to be named a Trend Micro Platinum Partner . Towerwall has aligned itself with industry-leading security application and policy management solution providers. These strategic relationships enable Towerwall to offer its customers an integrated approach to solving their security and policy management needs by coupling best-of-breed technology with top-notch integration services. To learn more about

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After the last zero day exploit on Java we reported some weeks ago it appears that a new 0day has been found in Internet Explorer by the same authors that created the Java one. Yesterday, Eric Romang reported the findings of a new exploit code on the same server that the Java 0day was found some