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Peter Stephenson
The Threat Hunter Blog

WannaCry Attribution: I’m Not Convinced Kim Dunnit, but a Russian….

Of all the things we do in threat hunting, attribution is the toughest and least reliable.  This is not a spoiler alert, but I can tell you in the first paragraph of this blog (so I will) that there is no credible attribution of the WannaCry attacks yet.  Of course, as I’m writing this that…
IllenaArmstrong
Eye on Cybersecurity

What does a cyber future hold?

With the U.S. recently having launched missile attacks on Syria after its President Bashar al-Assad initiated a chemical attack against Syrian civilians a few days prior, some political officials now question whether U.S. President Donald Trump and his administration has the know-how and fortitude to deal with a possible escalation in the conflict. Whatever the…
Teri Robinson
Editorial Honeypot

No one wants to be FBI Director James Comey right now…

James Comey probably wishes he’d called in sick Monday. After weeks of speculation and dribs and drabs of teasers, in a jolting upbraid of a sitting president, and with clearance from the Justice Department, the FBI director broke with bureau protocol to reveal an investigation not only into Russia’s interference in the presidential election but…
Teri Robinson
Editorial Honeypot

White House cybersecurity policy? Anyone? Anyone?

The White House may be inscrutable when it comes to cybersecurity and privacy, but if the Trump-Abe tete-a-tete in Mar-a-Lago proved anything, it's that the administration needs a BYOD policy. Stat. Teri Robinson opines.
Peter Stephenson, technology editor, SC Media
The Threat Hunter Blog

Dridex Re-Mastered

Well, it's been quite an eventful time since last I posted. I have so much in the works that it is hard to tell where to begin. It seems that we are seeing new flavors of ransomware every week and botnets seem to come and go with a frequency we've not seen in a while. This week, though, I promised Dridex, so Dridex it is.
Peter Stephenson, technology editor, SC Media
The Threat Hunter Blog

Constructive Disclosure

This is going to be a bit different from my usual blog postings but I think the time is good for this discussion for several reasons. First, the notion of constructive and responsible disclosure of bugs is a clear issue for threat hunters.
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