Mobile security is not something that should be over looked to get an application to market more quickly. Senior Security Analyst Joe DeMesy provides insight on how important this concept is for startups in SearchSecurity’s article HP Said Mobile Application Security Comes Up Wanting.
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As the value of the Bitcoin currency rises above $1,000, the risk of security exploits and attacks are also likely to climb. Bishop Fox Senior Security Analyst Joe DeMesy is quoted in this eWEEK piece: eWEEK – Bitcoins Come Under Attack As Their Value Rises
APT attacks may be migrating to more ephemeral memory-resident malware. Senior Security Analyst Joe DeMesy weighs in on what this means in SearchSecurity’s article FireEye Report Points To Growing Significance Of In-Memory Attacks
Bishop Fox Security Analyst Chris Grayson is quoted in this CSO piece, Experts Applaud Google Completion Of SSL Certificate Upgrade noting that the security-conscious can rest a bit easier with this Google update.
Bishop Fox’s Tastic RFID Thief was featured in the Hack A Day article Hack-a-Day – RFID Reader Snoops Cards from 3 Feet Away – 03Nov2013.
The new plug-in for the iPhone’s email client raises security concerns, and IDG News cites Bishop Fox in their piece, “LinkedIn’s Intro tool for iPhones could be a juicy target for attackers” according to this InfoWorld article: LinkedIn’s Intro tool for iPhones could be a juicy target for attackers
DarkReading reacts to Intro in their piece, Researchers Flag Security Flaws In New LinkedIn Offering “LinkedIn’s new “Intro” tool could be a security nightmare waiting to happen, researchers warn,” – and some of those researchers? They’re Bishop Fox.
LinkedIn Intro touted as a “Hacker’s Heaven” in this Gizmodo piece that features some bits of Bishop Fox wisdom: Report: LinkedIn’s New Mobile App Is a Hacker’s Heaven
Bishop Fox is quoted in The Times of India’s piece, LinkedIn’s new app called a dream for hackers in which Intro, an email plug-in from LinkedIn for iOS users is “called a dream for hackers.”
LinkedIn has a privacy issue in their hands with their newly released LinkedIn Intro app. Bishop Fox’s blog: LinkedIn ‘Intro’duces Insecurity was mentioned in this: NY Times – LinkedIn’s New Mobile App Called ‘a Dream for Attackers’ blog post that explores some of these issues.
LinkedIn’s Intro app is causing quite a stir, and Bishop Fox’s blog: LinkedIn ‘Intro’duces Insecurity is mentioned in this ThreatPost article: LinkedIn Intro App Equivalent to Man in the Middle Attack, Experts. It seems that LinkedIn hasn’t thought through the security implications of Intro yet.
This KQED piece Use LinkedIn? Its New Email App Raises Privacy Concerns, features infosec insight from the Bishop Fox team.
The information security industry has been male-dominated since its early stages. This InfoSecurity – Let’s Hear It For The Ladies: Women In Information Security, article features three women from the Bishop Fox team: Christie Grabyan, Birgit Mullen, and Brenda Larcom who share their ideas of the slow growing numbers of women in the industry.
Hacking is transforming from an underground dark art to a 9-to-5 day job. Vincent Liu is highlighted in this article as one of America’s most well-regarded corporate hackers. Marketplace – 1-800-Hackers: Why Cyber Crime Is No Longer A Dark Art