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The CIA Leak: A Look On the Bright Side…

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past 24 hours, you’ve heard all about the ongoing CIA / WikiLeaks fiasco.  However, you’ve probably missed one positive takeaway that seems to have gone unnoticed by the majority of those following this story – i.e. a closer examination of the leak reveals indicators …

In the News: A BGP Hijacking Technical Post-Mortem

This blog post was authored by Senior Security Analyst Zach Julian; you can connect with him on Twitter here. In the first week of 2017, Iranian ISP Telecommunication Infrastructure Company (TIC) performed a BGP hijack affecting 99.192.226.0/24. Their goal was to censor select websites residing on the /24 block from Iranian internet users. However, …

A Guide to Do-It-Yourself Network Segmentation

You may be interested in exploring the possibilities of network segmentation, but may not be sure what that looks like for your home network or the network of your small business. You don’t have the budget of a large corporation. You can’t afford the resources that they can, but nonetheless, you want to ensure your …

Telling the Security Story: An Interview with Josh Koplik

Josh Koplik is the Chief Information Security Officer at IAC, a media and internet holding company with assets including OKCupid, The Daily Beast, and Tinder. He spoke to Vincent Liu about his “security scorecard” system as well as his background and the schism between business and security objectives. You can read highlights of the …