This morning, I woke up, walked downstairs, and performed my morning rituals, including a review of OmniFocus on my iPad to see what was on tap for today. I looked at my list of projects, my next actions, and those items that are due in the next few days. Then, I went to work.
https://www.redseal.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/RedSeal-logo.png00Steve Hultquist, Chief Evangelist, RedSealhttps://www.redseal.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/RedSeal-logo.pngSteve Hultquist, Chief Evangelist, RedSeal2014-07-02 02:20:192016-02-25 09:22:06Inside the mind of an attacker
I recently attended a gathering of Wall St CISOs, one of whom referred to the “negative unemployment” in our industry. I thought this was a great phrase, and I’ve found it’s a quick way to get across some quite deep points about current security.
At first, it just sounds cute, but in practice, it’s about […]
Botnets have been around for many years, but Distil Networks’ recently-released research shows that their use not only continues to grow dramatically, but that use is becoming more sophisticated. In having the bots focus their attacks during off-hours, the attackers may have a greater window of opportunity for damage before discovery.