To go to the article, click here. Elections and the security of those elections are again in the news after new research indicates concerns about Arizona’s voting systems. Senior Security Associate Dan Petro was interviewed by The Arizona Mirror about potential security issues with software and computer networks that will be used for …
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Partner Vincent Liu is quoted in The Information – Apple Severed Ties with Server Supplier After Security Concern article about a recent security vulnerability with an Apple server supplier.
Smart home technology is a growing trend that allows homeowners to control and observe their home from anywhere but security experts warn that hacking into these smart homes is too easy. This IoT World News article – Hackers Prove the Smart Home Is Not a Safe Home discusses these security concerns and includes …
Recently, there have been several major hacks reported on fast food chains, big businesses, and now the White House. Senior Security Analyst Dan Petro provides his expertise on the situation and gives advice on how consumers can protect themselves in this ABC15 story: Valley Hacker Gives Advice On How To Look For Fraud
We are pleased to announce our involvement in this year’s BSides Portland. As a sponsor of the event, we encourage an open environment for the InfoSec community to engage in conversations, learn from each other and promote the exchange of knowledge. Read more about the conference on their website: BSides Portland
Newly released documents show that Yahoo fought the U.S. government’s requests to provide user information as part of the NSA’s PRISM program. Partner Vincent Liu provides his input in this eWeek article: Feds Threatened Yahoo With $250K-a-Day Fine Over User Data
Topics such as the AT&T insider data breach, BlackBerry releasing BBM Protected, and Cisco buying Tail-f in cloud are featured in this tech brief. Senior Security Analyst Joe DeMesy comments on the recent AT&T data breach in this eWeek article: Daily Tech Brief: June 18th, 2014
This isn’t the first time AT&T has experienced a data breach, but this time is different and potentially more dangerous. Senior Security Analyst Joe DeMesy comments on AT&T’s latest breach in this eWeek article: AT&T Insider Data Breach More Dangerous Than External Hacking
With the internet security fallout from the Heartbleed bug, companies’ private keys and certificates could be at risk. Senior Security Analyst Joe DeMesy chimes in on the issue in this MarketWatch article: Heartbleed: Why Companies are Clueless About Security