AZFamily.com – Several Sprouts Stores in Arizona Suffer Security Breach Francis Brown appears in the local, Phoenix news in the segment AZFamily.com – Several Sprouts Stores in Arizona Suffer Security Breach .
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USA Today – Thieves, Spies Move to AVTs: Advanced Volatile Threats Carl Livitt is quoted in this article USA Today – Thieves, Spies Move to AVTs: Advanced Volatile Threats
SecurityWeek.com – Silly Kiddie, Exploits Are For Free Vincent Liu discusses the exploit marketplace in his article SecurityWeek.com – Silly Kiddie, Exploits Are For Free.
Point2Security – A Primer for Securing the Startup Christie Grabyan’s BayThreat 2012 presentation Where to Start When Securing a Startup? was highlighted in the article Point2Security – A Primer for Securing the Startup.
Dark Reading – Tech Insight: Better Defense Through Open Source Intelligence Dark Reading article highlighted SearchDiggity as a must have tool for open source intelligence gathering (OSINT).
The ISSA Journal – SearchDiggity: Dig Before They Do Stach & Liu’s Google Hacking Diggity Project was featured in the toolsmith article SearchDiggity: Dig Before They Do, found in the September 2012 edition of The ISSA Journal. I’ve been conducting quite a bit of open-source intelligence gathering (OSINT) recently as part of …
ToolsWatch.org – Blackhat USA 2012: Interview with Stach & Liu Team about Google Diggity Project ToolsWatch.org caught Fran Brown and Rob Ragan amongst the action at Black Hat USA 2012 for a quick video interview about what is new and upcoming for the Diggity search engine hacking tools.
SecurityWeek.com – “Search Diggity” Project Brings Informative and Creative Hacking Tools SecurityWeek.com showcased some of the exciting new additions to the Google Diggity Hacking Project’s suite of search engine hacking tools in their article, “Search Diggity” Project Brings Informative and Creative Hacking Tools.
News10.com – New Online Tool Offers Insight To Who Has Your Sensitive Info NotInMyBackyard Diggity is featured on News10.com in this article News10.com – New Online Tool Offers Insight To Who Has Your Sensitive Info
USA TODAY – NotInMyBackYard tool scours Web for your personal data Finally, consumers have the power to scour the Internet and find out who might have access to their personal information. A free tool, called NotInMyBackyard Diggity, released this week, is designed to swiftly crawl popular websites, including Twitter, Facebook, Microsoft SkyDrive, Dropbox, Pastebin …
SearchSecurity – Securing SharePoint: SharePoint security best practices Microsoft’s SharePoint application has become a ubiquitous collaboration tool in the enterprise but securing it can be a tricky process. And all too often, companies fail to properly secure their SharePoint deployments, security experts say. In fact, a survey of SharePoint users released earlier this year …
Fran Brown authors the InformationWeek/Dark Reading report InformationWeek – Using Google to Find Vulnerabilities In Your IT Environment. In it, we will examine a slew of new tools and techniques that will allow security professionals to leverage Google, Bing, Baidu and other open search interfaces to proactively track down and eliminate sensitive information disclosures …