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Packetsled UDP and TCP fallback analyzers

March 28th, 2017 (No Comments)
There are hundreds of protocols that we need to see in detail to have a clear picture of our customers’ networks, and we have developed a suite of proprietary analyzers to address these. There are hundreds — or even thousands…

Lowering The Poverty Line Of Incident Response

March 27th, 2017 (No Comments)

Over the years I’ve been part of monumental projects using several forms of technology, including SIEMs, in attempts to offset the talent gaps that plague the Information Security industry and shorten the “dwell” timeframe of attacks.  Taking a moment to

How your Refrigerator is a Threat and Why you Should Care: Attacks on IoT

March 14th, 2017 (No Comments)
Last week, Wikileaks dropped an explosive number of documents related to their surveillance and hacking capabilities.  Much of this information included strategies related to IoT and household devices, such as the Samsung TV.  To be clear, the leak of CIA…

Modeling Multistep Attack Scenarios for Detection

March 10th, 2017 (No Comments)
Many incidents that impact an organization’s security involve multiple steps. For example, an alert that a malicious email was transferred over the network is of concern, but there can be many thousands of these per day in a typical environment,…

Using Bro to Explore Your Networks, like an AWS WordPress Blog

March 6th, 2017 (No Comments)
My personal WordPress blog was hacked a few weeks ago. I hadn’t checked my simple AWS micro instance in a while, and fortunately, I happened to look at the site just a day after it was compromised. WordPress makes it…

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