Content by Jeff.schilling

Jeff.schilling
Member Since: December 1, 2014
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DevOpsSec: A Big Step in Cloud Application Security
Commentary  |  10/3/2017  | 
Why it's time for DevOps and security teams to bury the hatchet -- and not in each other's back.
Recovering from Bad Decisions in the Cloud
Commentary  |  6/26/2017  | 
The cloud makes it much easier to make changes to security controls than in traditional networks.
Cutting through the Noise: Is It AI or Pattern Matching?
Commentary  |  4/20/2017  | 
Many vendors are fudging terms when trying to sell their artificial intelligence security systems. Here's what you need to know when you buy.
Best Practices for Lowering Ransomware Risk
Commentary  |  3/1/2017  | 
The first step is to avoid falling prey in the first place. That means teaching your entire organization - from IT staff to executive management - how not to be a victim.
Managing Multi-Cloud Security Whether You Want to or Not
Commentary  |  11/3/2016  | 
Yes, it is possible to orchestrate security across multiple clouds without creating performance hurdles. Heres how.
Comment: Re: Pah. - Jeff.schilling - 9/29/2016
Hacking The Polls: Where US Voting Processes Fall Short
Commentary  |  9/28/2016  | 
The patchwork of 50 decentralized state electoral systems threatens to disrupt our national election through ransomware attacks, hijacked voter registration rolls, and altered voting results.
Internal Pen-Testing: Not Just For Compliance Audits Anymore
Commentary  |  4/20/2016  | 
How turning your internal penetration team into a 'Friendly Network Force' can identify and shut down the cracks in your security program.
Measuring Security: My Dwell Time Obsession
Commentary  |  2/29/2016  | 
How I discovered the critical metric to fuel my drive to create the most secure environment possible.
Data Insecurity: Flawed Technology Or Outdated Business Process?
Commentary  |  1/6/2016  | 
When it comes to protecting critical data, legacy processes are just as vulnerable as legacy software.
To Find The Needle, Chop Down the Haystack: 5 Steps For Effective Threat Monitoring
Commentary  |  10/22/2015  | 
Would bank security screen everyone entering the building then leave the vault door open with no one watching the money? Of course not!
Data Protection: The 98 Percent Versus The 2 Percent
Commentary  |  8/11/2015  | 
Four steps for defending your most sensitive corporate information from the inside out.
In The Cyber Realm, Lets Be Knights Not Blacksmiths
Commentary  |  7/2/2015  | 
Why the Internet of Things is our chance to finally get information security right.
Educating The Cyberwarriors Of The Future
Commentary  |  3/24/2015  | 
If I have to choose between hiring a university-educated CompSci grad or an IT specialist strong in sysadmin, networking or programming, I will pick the IT specialist every time.
A Winning Strategy: Must Patch, Should Patch, Can't Patch
Commentary  |  2/11/2015  | 
The best way to have a significant impact on your company's security posture is to develop an organized effort for patching vulnerabilities.
Comment: Re: REGIN - Jeff.schilling - 1/8/2015
Comment: Re: REGIN - Jeff.schilling - 1/7/2015
Deconstructing The Sony Hack: What I Know From Inside The Military
Commentary  |  1/6/2015  | 
Don't get caught up in the guessing game on attribution. The critical task is to understand the threat data and threat actor tactics to ensure you are not vulnerable to the same attack.
5 Pitfalls to Avoid When Running Your SOC
Commentary  |  12/18/2014  | 
The former head of the US Army Cyber Command SOC shares his wisdom and battle scars about playing offense not defense against attackers.


Google Engineering Lead on Lessons Learned From Chrome's HTTPS Push
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  8/8/2018
White Hat to Black Hat: What Motivates the Switch to Cybercrime
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  8/8/2018
PGA of America Struck By Ransomware
Dark Reading Staff 8/9/2018
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CVE-2018-6970
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-13
VMware Horizon 6 (6.x.x before 6.2.7), Horizon 7 (7.x.x before 7.5.1), and Horizon Client (4.x.x and prior before 4.8.1) contain an out-of-bounds read vulnerability in the Message Framework library. Successfully exploiting this issue may allow a less-privileged user to leak information from a privil...
CVE-2018-14781
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-13
Medtronic MMT 508 MiniMed insulin pump, 522 / MMT - 722 Paradigm REAL-TIME, 523 / MMT - 723 Paradigm Revel, 523K / MMT - 723K Paradigm Revel, and 551 / MMT - 751 MiniMed 530G The models identified above, when paired with a remote controller and having the "easy bolus" and "remote bolu...
CVE-2018-15123
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-13
Insecure configuration storage in Zipato Zipabox Smart Home Controller BOARD REV - 1 with System Version -118 allows remote attacker perform new attack vectors and take under control device and smart home.
CVE-2018-15124
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-13
Weak hashing algorithm in Zipato Zipabox Smart Home Controller BOARD REV - 1 with System Version -118 allows unauthenticated attacker extract clear text passwords and get root access on the device.
CVE-2018-15125
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-13
Sensitive Information Disclosure in Zipato Zipabox Smart Home Controller allows remote attacker get sensitive information that expands attack surface.