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Monitoring the Dark Web for Cyber Threat Intel

Last week we discussed the Dark Web. Its scope, its architecture, and what lurks (slithers) within its depths. On the flip side, the Dark Web also presents a useful source to mine for cyber threat intelligence. When bricks and mortar criminal types knock off a jewelry store

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BYOD MDM MAM MEM and EMM: FTW

BYOD MDM MAM MEM and EMM: FTW

IT Acronyms have a tendency to pop up like mushrooms on a suburban lawn after a 3-day rain storm. Even seasoned pros occasionally find themselves stumped by one or two that have slipped past their radar. After learning quite a while back that BYOD didn’t stand for

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UNM4SK3D: Yahoo, IBM, and Twitter

UNM4SK3D: Yahoo, IBM, and Twitter

  #indictments In the ongoing saga over Yahoo’s security breaches, one of which affected over 500 million users, a grand jury has indicted four defendants on charges of computer hacking, economic espionage and other criminal offenses in connection with a conspiracy.  But that’s not even the most

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Cybercrime and Punishment: Who’s Actually Paying the Price?

It seems that a week doesn’t go by where there isn’t news of a major data breach or intelligence dump. Yesterday gave us something slightly different, but still a variation on the same theme. On Wednesday March 15, 2017 the Justice Department indicted four defendants – all

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A Report on Reports: Briefing on the State of Security

A Report on Reports: Briefing on the State of Security

Many of you are probably aware that RSA is currently taking place. Having fomo like me? Twitter is a lifesaver if you are. Still, it’s hard to stay updated on all the juicy things being discussed there. Some of the major topics I’ve come across are: artificial

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Demand for Cybersecurity Pros Will Explode in 2017

Demand for Cybersecurity Pros Will Explode in 2017

A topic we hammer on often and hard here at Cybrary.it is the critical shortage of Cybersecurity professionals and the growing demand for them. Guess what? Things haven’t changed and the shortage and corresponding demand only continue to increase at a rapid clip during 2017 and beyond.

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Biometrics: Not the Promised Silver Bullet

Biometrics: Not the Promised Silver Bullet

Remembering passwords has become a necessary annoyance in the Digital Age. We resort to using birth dates, pets’ and children’s names, and easily-remembered numeric sequences like ‘1234’ or ‘666’ (if you have a Satanic bent). The more creative among us will combine the aforementioned strategies into passwords

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Dusting for Digital Prints at Cybercrime Scenes

Dusting for Digital Prints at Cybercrime Scenes

The most enduring principle of detective work is Locard’s exchange principle. Developed by the father of Forensic science, Dr. Edmond Locard (1877-1966), it states that a perpetrator of a crime will both take something from the scene of the crime as well as leave something behind. Whether

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[podcast] Ben Caudill on App Logic Flaws, and Responsible Disclosure”

[podcast] Ben Caudill on App Logic Flaws, and Responsible Disclosure”

Ever bought “-1” of an item on a retail site? Or was able to bypass key areas of an application and get it bypass authentication, or you were able to bypass a paywall on a site? This is only one example of a class of vulnerabilities called

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