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Where enterprise CISOs go wrong

The best laid plans are often fraught with mistakes – some big, some more nuanced. Evan Schuman looks at where CISOs can fall short. Enterprise security today, at least at the $4 billion annual revenue level and up, is in a precarious place. Despite GDPR and best security practices insisting on having complete global datamaps,…
Product Review

Acalvio Technologies ShadowPlex 3.3

Acalvio Technology’s ShadowPlex aims to detect advanced attackers with precision and speed. It addresses the limitations of hard-to-install, difficult-to-maintain solutions otherwise not suited for enterprise-scale environments and allows organizations to deploy enterprise-wide deception solutions for accurate, timely and cost-effective detection. The company includes a rich palette of deception including decoys, breadcrumbs, baits and lures that…
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SSL/TLS Assurance

TLS is the cornerstone of secure communications for networked communications, but are you implementing and maintaining it correctly?

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News in a Minute Weekly Roundup | Sept. 22

A roundup of the top news stories in information security this week, including a new Apache vulnerability that's similar to Heartbleed, and a new study sheds light on the costs of data breaches for U.S. enterprises.

Vulnerabilities

Yahoo banishes ImageMagick after version it was using was found vulnerable to data exfiltration

Yahoo has reportedly shelved its use of ImageMagick image processing software after a researcher discovered two vulnerabilities that could be exploited to pull user content in unauthorized fashion from the memory of Yahoo’s private servers. Security researcher Chris Evans, who discovered the vulnerabilities, dubbed them Yahoobleed #1 and Yahoobleed #2, because they evoked memories of…
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Extreme hoarders: Zero-day edition

Nation-states are stockpiling software exploits to compromise and spy on their rivals. But do their gains represent a loss for manufacturers, developers and the public? Bradley Barth reports.
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