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  • Sherlock Threat Intelligence Report – May 2016
    May 2016 update from Anitian's Sherlock Managed Threat Intelligence team. The post Sherlock Threat Intelligence Report – May 2016 appeared first on Anitian Blog.... Read more »
  • Nuke the Checkbox Audit from Orbit, or Alienate the Millennials
    Millennials have a high affinity for authentic leadership. That means your information security program must also be authentic. Purging the practice of checkbox audits is one change that will keep your Millennial workforce engaged. The post Nuke the Checkbox Audit from Orbit, or Alienate the Millennials appeared first... Read more »
  • Hacking Nagios: The Importance of System Hardening
    A recent penetration test uncovered some serious vulnerabilities in a Nagios deployment and served as a reminder that system hardening is vital to good security. The post Hacking Nagios: The Importance of System Hardening appeared first on Anitian Blog.... Read more »
  • Sherlock Threat Intelligence Report – March 2016
    What is happening in the threat intelligence world this month? IoT, WordPress, and ransomware to name a few. The post Sherlock Threat Intelligence Report – March 2016 appeared first on Anitian Blog.... Read more »
  • Preview of the PCI DSS v3.2
    Anitian has a preview of the upcoming changes to the PCI DSS 3.2. The post Preview of the PCI DSS v3.2 appeared first on Anitian Blog.... Read more »
  • RSA Conference 2016 – Once More Unto the Breach
    RSA enters its final hours, and its time to explore buzzwords, expo floor madness, furries, and nerve gas, as the protocols of decorum are relaxed. Once more unto the breach! The post RSA Conference 2016 – Once More Unto the Breach appeared first on Anitian Blog.... Read more »
  • RSA Conference 2016 – Let’s Do Something About It
    It is time for cybersecurity people to stand up and say "I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!" The post RSA Conference 2016 – Let’s Do Something About It appeared first on Anitian Blog.... Read more »
  • RSA Conference 2016 – Crisis of Leadership  
    The moment we have dreaded for nearly six months has finally arrived. Dell, our most pervasive technology provider, have begun an invasion of the RSA Conference, and this time, there may be no stopping them. The post RSA Conference 2016 – Crisis of Leadership   appeared first on Anitian... Read more »
  • RSA Conference 2016 – Sandboxing the Blame
    Today was the official start of RSAC 2016. The big event on Monday is the Innovation Sandbox.  Where ten new cybersecurity firms are thrown into the Thunderdome to fight it out.  Master Blaster might own Bartertown, but its fear and froth that owns RSA.  And this year, the fear has... Read more »
  • RSA Conference 2016 – Prelude to Lunacy
    RSA Conference 2016 is about to start and this year promises to be just as loud, ludicrous, and lofty as last year. The post RSA Conference 2016 – Prelude to Lunacy appeared first on Anitian Blog.... Read more »

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