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Curt Franklin

Content posted in June 2017
The Wreckage of Petya
Curt Franklin  |  6/30/2017  | 
Petya (or NotPetya) arrived, but to what end? A Friday Security Haiku prompts thinking about the answers.
Voice of Security Radio: Let's Talk About CASB
Curt Franklin  |  6/28/2017  | 
Join us at 3:00 p.m. EDT on Thursday, June 29 as we talk Cloud Access Security Brokers with Kamal Shah of Skyhigh Networks.
Petya Ransomware Takes the World by Storm
Curt Franklin  |  6/27/2017  | 
The next massive ransomware shoe has dropped, and its name is Petya.
The New Nation-State Normal
Curt Franklin  |  6/26/2017  | 
Cyber attacks sponsored by nation-states are here to stay. If you want your organization to be here to stay, you'd best prepare for the worst.
WannaCry Hits Honda
Curt Franklin  |  6/22/2017  | 
Honda found WannaCry on systems and had to shut down an assembly facility in Japan to respond.
Cost of Cyber Breach Goes Down for Some
Curt Franklin  |  6/20/2017  | 
The cost of dealing with a cyber breach went down last year, but not for everyone. Were you on the lucky side of the equation?
What Security Threat Keeps You Up at Night?
Curt Franklin  |  6/19/2017  | 
Which security threat is causing the most new wrinkles to appear on your face? Security Now wants to know.
Join Us for Voice of Security Radio: Marc Woolward, CTO of vArmour
Curt Franklin  |  6/13/2017  | 
Join us as we explore the ways in which devops practices can be the keys to building secure infrastructures and applications from the ground up.
HONEST Results of the First Security Now Poll
Curt Franklin  |  6/12/2017  | 
Your opinion matters to us. That's why we're sharing the HONEST results of our polls.
Illumio Gets $125M in Series D Funding
Curt Franklin  |  6/8/2017  | 
Illumio received $125 million in round D funding. What does the company do and what's it going to do with an extra $125 million?
Netskope Scoops $100M Funding
Curt Franklin  |  6/6/2017  | 
The CASB vendor closes a $100 million round of funding on the strength of six key investors.
Giant Fireball Hits Enterprise Networks
Curt Franklin  |  6/5/2017  | 
Goodness, gracious, great Fireball of malware.
Faster Response Means Lower Costs
Curt Franklin  |  6/2/2017  | 
Speed may be the missing ingredient in minimizing damage from cyberattacks.


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An SQL injection vulnerability in the Assets component of SAINT Security Suite 8.0 through 9.8.20 allows a remote, authenticated attacker to gain unauthorized access to the database.
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PUBLISHED: 2020-08-10
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