We are excited to announce that one of our Co-Founders Kris Rides will be speaking at the IANS CISO Round-table event in Downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday 15th May. Kris will be discussing “Overcoming Challenges to Build a High Performing Team” with a select group of CISOs. During this 1:1 interview, IANS CEO Phil Gardner will…

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We are excited to announce that Justin Regele one of our amazing Penetration Testers will be speaking at the OWASP Los Angeles meeting on Wednesday 28th February. Justin’s talk is titled: Better Git Hacking: Extracting “Deleted” Secrets from Git Databases with Grawler Grawler is a command line utility written in Bash and Python that crawls the…

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T-Mobile. Home Depot. Target. California State University. All are large organizations that fell victim to expensive data breaches because of a third-party vendor, nor are they alone in that list! For any small to medium-sized business (SMB), there are two very important points to be aware of: 1) Small companies are, in fact, targets. Whether they…

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In a profession growing at a rate of 36.5%, according to the U.S. News and World Report, there seems to be plenty of jobs opening in the Information Security sector. While the job market is booming in this field, securing a position isn’t as easy as finding one. As a co-author to a new book, Co-founder…

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At the end of March the Inspector General released a report on the effects of BYOD (bring your own device) on the U.S. military. The findings were a little worrying as the Military lacked some of the basic guidelines that many business have in place.       The following points are from the reports findings: Mobile devices were…

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It’s spring in the US and that means tax time. This is also a bumper time for tax scammers and to remind us of this the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) posted its Dirty Dozen list of tax scams for 2013. The IRS complies this list every year. Scams run all year round but right now is when they…

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Andrew Auernheimer, the US “hacktivist” who broke into the network of AT&T said that the attack was done to highlight security failings. Its reported that Andrew Auernheimer aka Weev and Daniel Spitler stole email addresses from 120,000 iPad owners by exploiting a bug in the way AT&T set up its network. Due to this, Auernheimer…

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