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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…

Using PacketSled to detect Golden Ticket Attacks

February 21st, 2017 (No Comments)
2016 was a year of exciting news in Information Security, and unfortunately one of many breaches. As I write this, I’m reading news about continuing leaks from Yahoo and new SCADA attacks.

With over 20 years as a professional in…

Attacks On Routers and IoT

February 15th, 2017 (No Comments)
Here at PacketSled, we live on the forefront of technological innovation.  Our deployed platform captures multitudes of attacks each day against devices that have just barely made it into the market. To keep up with attacks against “bleeding edge” IoT…

Analyzing Unknown Protocols – Finding a Piece of Hay in a Hay Stack

February 8th, 2017 (No Comments)
Over the years, I’ve had the fortune of performing in several differing capacities in the Information Security community.  Some positions have been on “blue teams”, whereas others have been performed more “red team” roles.  One thing that always rings true…

It’s 10 PM. Do you know where your data is?

January 24th, 2017 (No Comments)

I’ve had the fortune of working in Information Technology for over 20 years.  In that time, I’ve realized that this industry is constantly evolving. However, the recent and rapid adoption of cloud-based services has caused a disruption at a magnitude …

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