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SWIFT Attacks are Evolving – Is Your Segmentation Strategy?

This post was originally published on this siteNot too long ago, very few people had heard of the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication or SWIFT. The organization’s standardized message format has been adopted as the global standard for interbank financial transfers, and the associated software and messaging network drives the majority of international banking […]

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We Can’t Control Devices and People, but We Can Control the Network

This post was originally published on this siteFor decades, consultants and federal systems integrators have served as a bridge between Silicon Valley and the U.S. Federal Government, offering a variety of products with a “mission-first” approach that directly addresses public sector needs. To learn more, I recently met with BAI Senior Director of Operations Ryan […]

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Smart Cities Must Be Secure Cities

This post was originally published on this siteIf you’ve never heard the term “smart city” before, you are soon going to be hearing it a lot. Smart city technology uses data sensors and analytics, the IoT, information and communication technology to improve the efficiency of city services and the quality of our lives. Smart cities […]

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Is Fileless Malware Really Fileless?

This post was originally published on this siteReports of fileless malware infecting companies around the world have hit a new high, most recently attributed to a single group, FIN7. Besides residing in memory in order to remain nearly invisible, another aspect of fileless malware is the usage of widely deployed tools which systems administrators rely […]

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  • img April 13, 2017

What Is Your Security Canary?

This post was originally published on this siteAt the turn of the 20th century, coal miners were in a tough spot – their livelihoods and the continued operation of their respective employers required work in dangerous conditions and where exposure to invisible toxic gasses killed large numbers of miners every year. Then, Scottish physiologist John […]

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