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RSA 2018 – Panic

RSA 2018 – Panic

While I wandered through RSA today, a song came to mind. You might recognize it, especially if you wore a lot of black clothes in the 1980s. It’s Panic. RSA 2018 is all about panic.   Enjoy my new lyrics to this Smiths song. Panic on the streets of Frisco...
How to Make PCI Compliance a Little Easier for Everyone

How to Make PCI Compliance a Little Easier for Everyone

Is PCI compliance slowing you down? Read about our compliance services or reach out directly with any questions about your journey to compliance. Before we begin, there’s one thing to make very, very clear: You cannot outsource ALL compliance!   I do not...
The Human Firewall is a Lie

The Human Firewall is a Lie

In 1919, a man founded a company to sell dubious investments in international postal trading. The company made no profit or tangible product. Despite this, the man sold millions of shares in his company. With each investor, he would funnel the money into dividends to...
2018 Cybersecurity Predictions

2018 Cybersecurity Predictions

That was a fun year: mega breaches, everybody rebranding as artificial intelligence, Russian hackers, and Symantec only bought three companies. Oh and BLOCKCHAIN…. because, blockchain. If you thought 2017 was fun, wait for it. 2018 is going to be a hoot. Here...
Ulterius Zero Day Disclosure

Ulterius Zero Day Disclosure

Every now and then, an regular penetration test project can take a decidedly irregular detour into the land of zero-day exploits.  In October 2017, I discovered a zero-day vulnerability in Ulterius, a widely used, open-source remote access software. Come along. I have...
Ulterius Zero Day Disclosure

Ulterius Zero Day Disclosure

Every now and then, an regular penetration test project can take a decidedly irregular detour into the land of zero-day exploits.  In October 2017, I discovered a zero-day vulnerability in Ulterius, a widely used, open-source remote access software. Come along. I have...