Recently, it was revealed that more than 500,000 routers in 54 countries were infected with the VPNFilter malware. VPNFilter has new capabilities, including the ability to perform an active man-in-the-middle attack. In our latest videoblog, Stel discusses the network detection that is necessary to protect your business from this attack.
The following is a guest blog, published with the author’s permission. Click here to read the original post at Hogan Injury.
Technology has come a long way. The advancement of technology has paved the way for much more development in the fields of medicine, transportation, economics, finance, and many more. Along with the multitude of benefits that came with the rapid growth of technology came some issues, one of which is cybersecurity. [Read more…]
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Discussions on privacy laws have taken front and center in recent weeks as European Union (EU) member states begin enforcing the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) on May 25, 2018. As we have been discussing for a while, there is confusion as data collectors try to figure out the impact of this legislation. There is no question that large, multi-national corporations will have to comply and many of these corporations are already in compliance. However, with this deadline just around the corner, smaller companies that do not actively target EU residents are struggling with how this legislation impacts them. [Read more…]
The following interview is reprinted with permission by CEOCFO Magazine.
Managed Security Provider onShore Security is using a Panoptic Approach to revolutionize Cyberdefence, Governance, Risk and Compliance
Interview conducted by: Lynn Fosse, Senior Editor, CEOCFO Magazine
Published – May 7, 2018
CEOCFO: Mr. Valavanis, according to the onShore Security website, your mission is to protect the freedom of information by revolutionizing cyber defense and governance. How are you doing that?
Mr. Valavanis: We have been developing our own security detection and event management platform since about 2004. We have been doing cyber security since 1998 or 1999. In 2004, we started building a tool set that we continue to develop today and our approach is what stands out in the industry and that is the Panoptic Cyberdefense approach as we call it, which is about seeing as many different points on the network and lots and lots of disparate data. Most of our competition just looks at the edge, just look at network traffic going through a firewall. We take a much more holistic approach. We are not alone but it is definitely at the cutting-edge of the industry and that is what we mean when we say we are revolutionizing it. This is an ongoing effort so tomorrow what revolutionizing means is different from what it means today and different from what it meant yesterday. [Read more…]