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Zero-trust and BlueKeep

How a Zero-Trust Environment Can Help Defend Against BlueKeep

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  In mid-May 2019[1], Microsoft released a security advisory to patch a specific Windows version to mitigate a serious security vulnerability in those systems. The vulnerability, CVE-2019-0708[2] (AKA “BlueKeep”) impacts multiple old[3] Windows versions (Windows XP, Vista, 7, Server 2003, 2008 and 2008 R2) by exploiting mishandled memory cleanup in Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), Read more...
Pat Gelsinger RSA Conference 2019 Keynote

What You Missed at RSA Conference 2019

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  The RSA Conference felt 3x bigger in 2019! Maybe it was because of the recent renovations to Moscone Center, or maybe it was all of the additional vendors in the infosec space. As usual, there were lots of interesting sessions and not enough time to attend them all. Here are some highlights from the Read more...
Diagram showing how attackers breached Equifax's servers

Equifax Data Breach – What Really Happened There?

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On Sep 7th 2017, Equifax – one of the “big-three” U.S credit bureaus – announced one of the most high profile data breaches in recent memory. This attack is estimated to have affected 143 million Americans through the loss of confidentiality of victims’ Social Security numbers, birth dates, and driver’s license numbers[1].   Since this Read more...