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When Human Security Meets PerimeterX

Published on: 2022-07-28

Human Security, a company focused on bot mitigation and fraud detection, announced its merger with PerimeterX, a company focused on safeguarding Web apps from account takeover and automated fraud. Dark Reading analyzed the two companies in order to assess the impact the merger will have on...

OneTouchPoint, Inc. Provides Notice of Data Privacy Event

Published on: 2022-07-27

HARTLAND, Wis., July 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- OneTouchPoint, Inc. ("OTP") is providing notice of an incident that may affect the privacy of certain individuals' personal information. OTP is a vendor who provides printing and mailing services to various health insurance carriers and medical...

Overcoming the Fail-to-Challenge Vulnerability With a Friendly Face

Published on: 2022-07-27

Once we acknowledge that one of the weak links in cybersecurity is us humans, the natural next step is shore up that vulnerability, usually through training. But does watching a video or clicking through a quiz help you know what to do when you're actually faced with a security threat in the...

Multiple Windows, Adobe Zero-Days Anchor Knotweed Commercial Spyware

Published on: 2022-07-27

A cyber-weapons broker dubbed Knotweed has been outed, with Microsoft flagging it as being behind numerous spyware attacks on law firms, banks, and strategic consultancies in countries around the world. To boot, Knotweed has made a habit of incorporating rafts of Windows and Adobe zero-day...

US Offers $10M Double-Reward for North Korea Cyberattacker Info

Published on: 2022-07-27

The federal Rewards for Justice program has doubled, to $10 million, the available reward for useful information about North Korean state-sponsored actors' attacks on US healthcare systems and other critical infrastructure. The State Department has a Tor-based tip line where anyone can submit...

Zero-trust and network security: friend or foe?

Published on: 2022-07-25

Mobile working and cloud-hosted applications have made a tremendous impact on the security architecture of enterprise networks. Mobility means that users connect from anywhere over untrusted public networks. IT teams address this exposure with secure VPN technologies. But an increasing number of...

Network automation, SASE, 5G rank among enterprise priorities

Published on: 2022-07-22

From incorporating cloud services to keeping the hybrid workforce humming, network execs and architects face myriad challenges every day. The main goals of large organizations are to prioritize those challenges, adjust the network architecture to handle widely distributed applications, services...

Cisco Equips Service Provider Partners with New Managed Services Offering for Webex

Published on: 2022-07-21

SAN JOSE, CA, July 21, 2022 — Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) has launched a new Webex Wholesale Route-to-Market (RTM) for Service Provider partners to address the evolving needs of SMBs. The new sales model includes a single commercial agreement with each partner and a self-service platform for Service...

Cisco AppDynamics Study: New Class of Post-Pandemic Technology Leaders Emerges to Tackle the Experience Economy

Published on: 2022-07-12

SAN JOSE, Calif. — July 12, 2022 — Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) AppDynamics, a leading provider of Observability and Application Performance Monitoring technology, has published findings from Agents of Transformation 2022, the fourth annual report that analyzes the skills and attributes of elite global...

Cisco Joins Forces with GDIT to Deliver Private 5G to Government Agencies

Published on: 2022-06-28

SAN JOSE, Calif., June 28, 2022 — Today, Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) announced its expanded relationship with General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), a business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE:GD), to deliver Cisco Private 5G services to a broad set of government entities. GDIT has been...

Cloudflare outage brings hundreds of sites, services temporarily offline

Published on: 2022-06-21

A Cloudflare outage on Tuesday knocked hundreds of websites and services, including Discord, Shopify, Fitbit, Peleton, various cryptocurrency services, and Cloudflare itself, offline for a number of hours. Founded in 2010, Cloudflare is a US-based content delivery network (CDN) that also...

Legacy systems are the new attack vectors for hackers

Published on: 2022-06-21

Have you ever heard the saying “Locking the door but leaving the window unlatched”? It means that your security is only as good as the weakest link. This applies to IT as well. How does legacy system security compare to cloud security? Google away and you’ll find that survey after survey says...

How AI is changing IoT

Published on: 2022-06-21

IoT has seen steady adopted across the business world over the past decade. Businesses have been built or optimized using IoT devices and their data capabilities, ushering in a new era of business and consumer technology. Now the next wave is upon us as advances in AI and machine learning...

PNT resiliency takes on greater urgency

Published on: 2022-06-15

Network security has long been a priority in the digital era, but until recently the brunt of activity has focused on hardening and protecting land-based infrastructure, since this carries the bulk of data communications. But satellite technology is responsible for more than just digital...

Basing network security on IP addressing: Would it be worth it?

Published on: 2022-04-20

Why is it that over 90% of enterprises tell me that they expect to spend more on security over the next three years, and almost 60% say they expect to spend less on networking? We obviously think that network technology is getting more efficient, more competitive. Why isn’t that the case for...

Firewall options on a budget

Published on: 2022-07-28

Here’s a scenario that you may have experienced first-hand. Imagine you’re the IT manager of a small business. The management approaches you and says, “We need to secure our network with a firewall.” Typically, such impulsive announcements from the management come after they’ve taken some...

Security by diversity: Designing secure, reliable and robust systems

Published on: 2022-07-27

A chain is not as strong as its weakest link, it can be much much stronger than that. In cybersecurity, the art of building secure systems from insecure but diverse components is an important but often neglected topic; instead processes, rigidity, and structure are generally seen as the only way...

Advocating for Passion, Kindness and Women in STEM

Published on: 2022-07-27

Over her 25-year-plus career, Saleema Syed has seen the information security industry from a variety of vantage points, all while championing women in technology. Syed worked as director of business systems and data management for Duo Security before rising to vice president of information...

More than a VPN: Announcing Cisco Secure Client (formerly AnyConnect)

Published on: 2022-07-27

We’re excited to announce Cisco Secure Client, formerly AnyConnect, as the new version of one of the most widely deployed security agents. As the unified security agent for Cisco Secure, it addresses common operational use cases applicable to Cisco Secure endpoint agents. Those who install...

Governance in the public cloud

Published on: 2022-07-25

Questions about governance are frequently asked by users who are new to the public cloud. Before focusing on the public cloud environment, which is a bit different from enterprise (on premises) environments, let’s discuss governance. If you have ever worked as part of a management team in an...

Building a Foundation for NetSecOps Partnerships with Network Automation

Published on: 2022-07-20

According to Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) research, 75% of enterprises have observed increased collaboration between network operations and security operations teams in recent years, but only 39% of organizations believe this collaboration is completely successful. EMA describes this...

Palo Alto Networks Provides Telemetry Sharing Capability to CISA CLAW

Published on: 2022-07-14

I’m thrilled to announce that Palo Alto Networks Prisma Access and Cortex Data Lake are now fully compatible with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Cloud Log Aggregation Warehouse (CLAW). Working with CISA, Palo Alto Networks created an onboarding service to forward...

Data Expertise Is the Foundation of Good Threat Detection

Published on: 2022-07-13

The extended detection and response (XDR) space has exploded over the past two years. Competitors from both the endpoint detection and response (EDR), as well as the security incident and event monitoring (SIEM) spaces are seeking to capture a market designed to provide threat detection and...

Can Eliminating Passwords Help Increase Zero Trust Adoption?

Published on: 2022-07-13

In Managing Security in the Age of Zero Trust, NetCraftsmen introduced Zero Trust as a data-centric approach to security, but it’s much more than that. Who you are, where you are, and the type of device you use can be critical in evaluating the risk of a user having read or write access to your...

How to Launch an Effective Zero Trust Initiative

Published on: 2022-07-07

We define Zero Trust as a strategic approach to cybersecurity that secures an organization by eliminating implicit trust and continuously validating every stage of a digital interaction. Boiled down, Zero Trust simplifies risk management to a single use case: the removal of all implicit trust...

Enterprise-Grade Security for 5G — Why It’s Needed

Published on: 2022-07-06

Our May 2022 article, “The Imperative of Enterprise-Grade Security for 5G,” explains why 5G security must be “enterprise-grade.” We also explain what that term means. This blog provides a high-level summary of our May article. The promise of 5G is much more than lower latencies or faster speeds....

Why Wipro Believes ZTNA 2.0 Is an Important Step in Your SASE Journey

Published on: 2022-07-05

This blog is part of “ZTNA Partners,” a series where we take a closer look at how our partnerships protect today's hybrid workforces and environments with ZTNA 2.0. It should come as no surprise that the pandemic changed how businesses conduct their operations. Whatever the industry, the...

Who Owns Security ACLs?

Published on: 2022-06-17

A previous blog, Do You Know Your Flows? discussed figuring out what flows are in your network (network edge, etc.). And the time challenges that can present. It also lightly touched on what I think should be access list (“ACL”) best practices (but usually are not). And on some of the issues...

Do You Know Your Flows?

Published on: 2022-06-14

This blog discusses a problem that several of my NetCraftsmen peers and I are seeing. Once I explain, I’ll leave it up to you: Is this phenomenon real? Is it a problem at your site? TL;DR: Organizations may need one or more dedicated persons who own NetFlow tools and understand traffic flows,...

Four Ways to Be More Productive and Not Drown in Tickets

Published on: 2022-05-16

We all want to get there, but work is crazy busy right now. Remote and hybrid work environments are definitely here to stay. And according to Money Magazine, remote workers are working longer hours — spending 10% more time online each week than before the pandemic. This means that IT techs are...

Know Your Measure: How to Measure Your Worth as a Network Engineer?

Published on: 2022-05-06

The ancient Greek phrase “γνῶθι σεαυτόν,” which means “know thyself” was the first of three axioms inscribed on the outer court of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi. For centuries, learned men and women, from ancient Greek philosophers to contemporary authors, have written about the deeper meaning...

Viewing a Certificate Using OpenSSL

Published on: 2022-04-25

I have started taking Ed Harmoush’s Practical TLS course to learn more about TLS and certificates. When learning about TLS, you want to inspect different certificates to see the various fields and see how different organizations use certificates differently. As always, Linux comes with a great...

Fortinet Leads With Security at Forti-Field Day

Published on: 2021-07-30

You are the reasonI’ve been FortiWaiting for so longSome FortiThing holds the keyAnd I’m FortiWasted And I can’t FortiFind my way home (Apologies to Steve Winwood there.) Having watched Fortinet do their thing at Mobility Field Day 6 as a delegate at the event, I was struck by a handful of...

AWS Cloud Development Kit: Now I Get It

Published on: 2021-04-11

The AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) is an "open source software development framework to define your cloud application resources using familiar programming languages". When CDK launched in 2019, I remember reading the announcement and thinking, "Ok, AWS wants their own Terraform-esque tool. No...

Specifically disable certificate verification in lftp

Published on: 2021-04-04

LFTP is a great FTP program that I use quite regularly. I recently had a problem connecting to a server (that I didnt control) and getting the following error due to the cert being self signed: There are a couple of ways to handle this (outside asking the server owner to use letsencrypt :D). The...

Introducing DNS Hammer, Part 2: Auditing a Name Server’s Rate Limiting Configuration

Published on: 2021-01-25

Part one of the series discusses DNS reflection attacks and DNS rate limiting. This post shows how to use DNS Hammer to audit a DNS server’s rate limit configuration. A dedicated web site https://www.dnshammer.com offers the tool for download and instructions how to use it. This blog posts shows...

Certification: Azure Foundation AZ-900

Published on: 2020-12-09

After 12,5 years I finally achieved a new AZ-900 Microsoft certificate. Azure Foundation track that was offered free by Microsoft including the exam voucher. I booked the exam, experienced complete new of way of testing for this remote proctored test (needed to cover my Mac and second big...

WPA2 KRACK Vulnerability, Getting Information

Published on: 2017-10-16

*** This page is being updated regularly. Please check back periodically. ***I'm sure everyone who does anything with networking or Wi-Fi has heard about the announced WPA2 KRACK vulnerability. I'd like to start a collection of useful information in one single place.The Main Points You Need to...

GORUCK Battle of Ramadi Light - AAR

Published on: 2019-08-04

We shifted into rucking mode as Cadre Igor gave us a destination outside of the park, just up the river trail. We grabbed our coupons, flags, Ranger tab, litters and moved out. Our destination was Bicentennial Park so we headed north along the paved Scioto Trail. This weekend was Pride Weekend...

Patch! Patch! Patch!

Published on: 2019-07-04

Bob Plankers, Technical Marketing Architect for vSphere at VMware, has a very simple but important message for all of us, and it isn’t really limited to VMware itself: “Patch! Patch! Patch! Did I say… patch?”. That was his starting message when I visited VMware during Security Field Day 2, and...

Legacy TLS cipher support in Firefox

Published on: 2016-10-12

After upgrading Firefox recently, I noticed that I could no longer access certain embedded devices via HTTPS. It seems that recent versions of Firefox and Chrome no longer support certain TLS ciphers due to recently discovered vulnerabilities. That's all well and good, except the error returned...

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