Servers operated by Blizzard Entertainment went down yesterday following a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack against the video game company,claimed by the Lizard Squad hacking group. [Read More]
One month after announcing that it had issued over one million certificates since opening to the public in December last year, free and open Certificate Authority (CA) Let’s Encrypt has come out of beta. [Read More]
Threat intelligence has little value unless it is put into context of an organization’s security posture. Most enterprises don’t have the resources to apply the required logic to correlate external threat data with their internal security intelligence.
As security vendors, it is incumbent upon us to reduce complexity. By resolving to make advances in these three areas, we can reduce security complexity while helping more organizations thwart more attacks.
It is both naïve and wrong to ignore the role infrastructure plays in protecting data. Trusted networks trump untrusted networks. However, should security be a reason to upgrade networks or stay with proprietary compute architectures?
With increased awareness and a deeper understanding of how attackers go about their ‘shopping’ we can take some relatively simple baseline measures that can go a long way toward protecting against cybercrime this time of year.
While complex threats are an easy place to lay blame, lack of visibility is the real culprit. Turning your eyes inward to detect where compromises occurred sooner rather than later has the potential to limit your risks substantially.