Symantec sounded the death knell for anti-virus protection last week, creating a live burial. Partner Vinnie Liu contributed his thoughts on the issue in this Fortune article: No, Anti-Virus Software Isn’t Dead (Yet)
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Bishop Fox’s new tool, the Tastic RFID Thief, was featured in this ToolsWatch.org post: [New Tool] Tastic RFID Thief – Proximity Badge Released. The Tastic RFID Thief steals badge information silently, and conveniently saves it to a text file for later use such as badge cloning.
A new viral marketing campaign for a video game exposes your vulnerabilities using your Facebook page. Senior Security Analyst Dan Petro contributes his thoughts on the issue in this Fox 10 Phoenix News story: Your Digital Shadow, A Viral Marketing Campaign Exposes Your Digital Life
We are pleased to announce our involvement in this year’s BYU CTF. As a sponsor of the event, we encourage new and innovative styles of learning for students in the IT industry. Read more about the hacking contest in this BYU article: CS Student Wins Second Annual BYU Hacking Contest
Microsoft’s latest report signals the need for better tools and controls to secure computers at the network’s endpoints, experts say. Security Analyst Conan Dooley weighs in on the issue in this CSO article: Countering Security Threats Outlined in Latest Microsoft Report