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Janus' Approach to Enterprise Security: BIOS-Based Endpoint Security Solution
Janus' Approach to Enterprise Security: BIOS-Based Endpoint Security Solution
Sponsored Video-Security Now  |  5/2/2018  | 
Janus Technologies is launching a line of products that protect against the many threats to enterprises' sensitive data. David Schultz, vice president of business development at Janus Technologies, discusses and gives us a demo of each of their new security releases.
Free endpoint scanning service powered by Open Threat Exchange
Free endpoint scanning service powered by Open Threat Exchange
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/19/2018  | 
Russ Spitler, AlienVaults SVP of Products, explains how security pros can leverage the community-powered threat intelligence of OTX which sees more than 19 million IoCs contributed daily by a global community of 80,000 peers to quickly protect themselves against emerging attacks.
Can machine learning improve your endpoint detection and response?
Can machine learning improve your endpoint detection and response?
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/19/2018  | 
To intervene with optimum efficiency, response team needs to zero in on the most potentially dangerous endpoint anomalies first. And according to Harish Agastya, VP of Enterprise Solutions at Bitdefender, machine learning-assisted EDR can help you do exactly that.
Successfully Using Deception Against APTs
Successfully Using Deception Against APTs
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/19/2018  | 
According to Illusive CEO Ofer Israeli, deception technology can provide a vital layer of protection from advanced persistent threats (APTs) by presenting attackers with seemingly genuine servers that both divert them from high-value digital assets and make it easier to pinpoint malicious network activity.
Should CISOs Be Hackers?
Should CISOs Be Hackers?
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/19/2018  | 
Justin Calmus, Chief Security Officer at OneLogin, believes that cybersecurity professionals including CISOs and other security team leaders can be much more effective at their jobs if they stay actively engaged with hacking communities that keep them on their toes and give them deep insight into attack trends.
Protecting Data Anywhere and Everywhere
Protecting Data Anywhere and Everywhere
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/19/2018  | 
SecurityFirst CEO Jim Varner explains how resellers and MSPs can work with their clients to ensure that all of their business-critical data everywhere can be kept safe from attackers and readily available for disaster recovery even as threats intensify and digital assets are dispersed across multiple clouds.
Supporting Infosec Needs for Cybersecurity Speed, Scope and Skills
Supporting Infosec Needs for Cybersecurity Speed, Scope and Skills
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/19/2018  | 
Given intensifying threats and limited infosec budgets, Endgame CTO Jamie Butler suggests that security leaders deploy tools that leverage machine learning, chatbots, and other technologies to make Tier 1/Tier 2 staff much more effective at stopping even relatively sophisticated attacks.
Using Carrier Intelligence to Validate Mobile User Identity
Using Carrier Intelligence to Validate Mobile User Identity
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/19/2018  | 
To confidently validate the identity of mobile users without adding business-killing friction to login and on-boarding processes, Lea Tarnowski and Wendell Brown of Averon suggest leveraging the intelligence mobile carriers already have about their customers.
Stopping Bots and Credential Stuffing: A Smarter Strategy
Stopping Bots and Credential Stuffing: A Smarter Strategy
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/18/2018  | 
Patrick Sullivan, Senior Director Security Strategy at Akamai Technologies, explains why cybersecurity teams need better mechanisms for controlling bot activity and why all bots are not created equal.
Leveraging Threat Intelligence across Infosec Roles
Leveraging Threat Intelligence across Infosec Roles
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/18/2018  | 
Allan Liska, Senior Security Architect at Recorded Future, believes everyone in the infosec team including vulnerability management and threat response staff can take greater advantage of available threat intelligence to more effectively and efficiently mitigate risk.
Practically Applying Threat Intelligence to Your Business
Practically Applying Threat Intelligence to Your Business
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/18/2018  | 
Travis Farral, Director of Security Strategy at Anomali, believes cybersecurity teams can operate much more efficiently by better identifying the specific threats that endanger their environment and by better understanding the potential impacts of those specific threats.
Enabling Appropriate User Access in a Zero Trust World
Enabling Appropriate User Access in a Zero Trust World
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/18/2018  | 
Bill Mann, Chief Product Officer at Centrify, suggests some strategies for securing todays perimeter-less enterprise environments including stronger enforcement of well-defined policies for user access, integration of security into DevOps processes, and smarter use of ML for anomaly detection.
Keeping the Business Safe Across Hybrid Cloud Environments
Keeping the Business Safe Across Hybrid Cloud Environments
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/18/2018  | 
Aggressive cloud adoption increases threat surface and makes it more difficult for infosec teams to keep track of what the business is doing. Donald Meyer, Head of Data Center and Cloud at Check Point Software, explains how infosec teams can more effectively mitigate risk without hampering business agility.
Beating Zero-Payload/Fileless Attacks with Unified EPP/EDR
Beating Zero-Payload/Fileless Attacks with Unified EPP/EDR
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/18/2018  | 
To cope with todays fileless endpoint attacks especially those that arent precisely similar to previously known exploits Tomer Weingarten and Nicholas Warner of SentinelOne suggest a unified EPP/EDR approach that includes visibility into the dangers lurking within encrypted network traffic.
Optimizing the Security Awareness of Your End-Users
Optimizing the Security Awareness of Your End-Users
Dark Reading Videos  |  4/18/2018  | 
End-users can be the weakest link in your infosec defense. But according to KnowBe4 founder and CEO Stu Sjouwerman, there is something you can do about that if you implement the right behavioral diagnostics and focus your training needs on individual users actual weaknesses.
A World Made Possible by the Promise of the Pervasive Network
A World Made Possible by the Promise of the Pervasive Network
Sponsored Video-Security Now  |  2/13/2018  | 
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CloudPassage Ensuring Next Level Container Security
CloudPassage Ensuring Next Level Container Security
Security TV  |  1/9/2018  | 
CloudPassage's new technology, called Container Secure, involves a five-step process to ensure seamless security in container deployments from the beginning until the end.
A Blockchain Platform: The Security Now Bloqchain Science Interview
A Blockchain Platform: The Security Now Bloqchain Science Interview
Security TV  |  11/6/2017  | 
You can't so much as go to a coffee shop today without hearing the word 'blockchain.' Hearing about a useful blockchain is less common, but putting the distributed ledger technology to good use is the idea behind Bloqchain.
How Companies Avoid Doing Business With Sanctioned Entities
How Companies Avoid Doing Business With Sanctioned Entities
Security TV  |  10/10/2017  | 
Last year, 60 million companies changed owners worldwide. That turnover makes it incredibly difficult to avoid doing business with entities (e.g., Russia and Iran) or individuals (e.g., drug dealers or terrorists) sanctioned by the US government. In this video, Bureau van Dijk's Anders Rodenberg explains the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) '50% rule' and how companies can ensure they're in compliance with it.
How Security Metrics Fail Us & How We Fail Them
How Security Metrics Fail Us & How We Fail Them
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/26/2017  | 
Joseph Carson of Thycotic discusses how infosec professionals buy security products they don't need and make other bad decisions, because of poor use of metrics.
Attacking Developers Using 'Shadow Containers'
Attacking Developers Using 'Shadow Containers'
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/15/2017  | 
Sagie Dulce describes why developers are such attractive targets and how the Docker API can be exploited to use one of developers' favorite tools against them in sneaky, obfuscated attacks.
A New Model for 'Mathematically Provable Security'
A New Model for 'Mathematically Provable Security'
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/14/2017  | 
Winn Schwartau, CEO of The Security Awareness Company, says we all know the old model of security is broken and it's time for a new one.
Tesla Hacks: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
Tesla Hacks: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/12/2017  | 
Keen Security Lab found multiple holes in the isolation layer Tesla uses to protect drive systems from infotainment systems, but were impressed by the auto company's security in other ways.
Paul Vixie: How CISOs Can Use DNS to Up Security
Paul Vixie: How CISOs Can Use DNS to Up Security
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/11/2017  | 
FarSight CEO and DNS master Paul Vixie explains how enterprises, not just telecoms and infrastructure providers, can use DNS to improve cybersecurity.
Attacking Data Integrity & Hacking Radiation Monitoring Devices
Attacking Data Integrity & Hacking Radiation Monitoring Devices
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/8/2017  | 
Ruben Santamarta shows radio-based vulnerabilities and investigates how the integrity of critical data can be manipulated to simulate, complicate or exacerbate emergency situations.
How to Use Purple Teaming for Smarter SOCs
How to Use Purple Teaming for Smarter SOCs
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/7/2017  | 
Justin Harvey explains why the standard blue team vs. red team can be improved upon, and provides tips on doing purple teaming right.
Virtual Terrorism: 21st Century Cyber Warfare
Virtual Terrorism: 21st Century Cyber Warfare
Security TV  |  9/7/2017  | 
Keith Furst of Data Derivatives interviews Daniel Wagner, author of a new book, Virtual Terror: 21st Century Cyber Warfare. They discuss the ways that governments strategically use cyber warfare, how the 'virtual caliphate' recruits terrorists online as well as the future threats posed by new technologies like biometrics, drones and self-driving cars.
How Legendary Carder, Hacker Roman Seleznev Was Caught, Sentenced
How Legendary Carder, Hacker Roman Seleznev Was Caught, Sentenced
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/6/2017  | 
Assistant US Attorney Norman Barbosa visits the Dark Reading News Desk to discuss details of the credit card hacking case that led to an unprecedented 27-year prison sentence.
Activists Beware: The Latest In 3G & 4G Spying
Activists Beware: The Latest In 3G & 4G Spying
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/5/2017  | 
Ravi Borgaonkar describes new 3G & 4G vulnerabilities that enable IMSI catchers to be smarter, stealthier snoopers.
To Improve Diversity, 'Have the Uncomfortable Conversations'
To Improve Diversity, 'Have the Uncomfortable Conversations'
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/5/2017  | 
Jules Okafor of Fortress Information Security explains that diversity efforts cannot shy away from discussions of racism and sexism.
Mikko Hypponen's Vision of the Cybersecurity Future
Mikko Hypponen's Vision of the Cybersecurity Future
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/4/2017  | 
Twenty years from now, will everything be in the Internet of Things, and if so, how does the security industry need to prepare? F-Secure's chief research officer weighs in on this and what else the future promises (and threatens).
Automated Lateral Movement: Targeted Attack Tools for the Masses
Automated Lateral Movement: Targeted Attack Tools for the Masses
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/1/2017  | 
Tal Be'ery and Tal Maor explain that the most pervasive, worst defended tactic of sophisticated attackers will soon be ready for script kiddies, and release GoFetch: a new lateral movement automation tool.
Using Market Pressures to Improve Cybersecurity
Using Market Pressures to Improve Cybersecurity
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/31/2017  | 
Post-MedSec, Chris Wysopal discusses what impact the investor community -- if not consumers -- can have on squashing vulnerabilities and improving cybersecurity.
The Active Directory Botnet
The Active Directory Botnet
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/30/2017  | 
It's a nightmare of an implementation error with no easy fix. Ty Miller and Paul Kalinin explain how and why an attacker could build an entire botnet inside your organization.
Training Courses for Aspiring Cybercriminals Put Security Education To Shame
Training Courses for Aspiring Cybercriminals Put Security Education To Shame
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/29/2017  | 
Reasonably priced, module-based training courses and helpful forums will train a beginner in all the tools and techniques of the successful cybercriminal, Rick Holland of Digital Shadows explains.
IoTCandyJar: A HoneyPot for any IoT Device
IoTCandyJar: A HoneyPot for any IoT Device
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/29/2017  | 
Palo Alto Networks researchers explain how they designed an affordable, behavior-based honeypot to detect attacks on an IoT device -- any kind of IoT device.
Turning Sound Into Keystrokes: Skype & Type
Turning Sound Into Keystrokes: Skype & Type
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/25/2017  | 
Don't let your fingers do the talking in a Skype session. The callers on the other end could know what you're writing, researcher Daniele Lain explains.
Insecure IoT Devices Pose Physical Threat to General Public
Insecure IoT Devices Pose Physical Threat to General Public
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/24/2017  | 
At the car wash, look out for attack robots. Billy Rios discusses how IoT devices could be hacked to physically attack people -- not just on factory floors, but in everyday public settings.
Dino Dai Zovi Dives Into Container Security, SecDevOps
Dino Dai Zovi Dives Into Container Security, SecDevOps
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/23/2017  | 
Dino Dai Zovi discusses the under-explored security aspects of Docker, data center orchestration, and containers.
Why Most Security Awareness Training Fails (And What To Do About It)
Why Most Security Awareness Training Fails (And What To Do About It)
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/22/2017  | 
Arun Vishwanath discusses why awareness training shouldn't apply the same cure to every ailment then blame the patient when the treatment doesn't work.
The Benefits of Exploiting Attackers' Favorite Tools
The Benefits of Exploiting Attackers' Favorite Tools
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/22/2017  | 
Symantec senior threat researcher Waylon Grange explains that attackers write vulnerable code, too.
How To Avoid Legal Trouble When Protecting Client Data
How To Avoid Legal Trouble When Protecting Client Data
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/21/2017  | 
Attorneys discuss how cybersecurity consultants can manage conflicts between e-discovery demands and client agreements.
ShieldFS Hits 'Rewind' on Ransomware
ShieldFS Hits 'Rewind' on Ransomware
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/18/2017  | 
Federico Maggi and Andrea Continella discuss a new tool to protect filesystems by disrupting and undoing ransomware's encryption activities.
How Bad Teachers Ruin Good Machine Learning
How Bad Teachers Ruin Good Machine Learning
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/18/2017  | 
Sophos data scientist Hillary Sanders explains how security suffers when good machine learning models are trained on bad testing data.
The Shadow Brokers: How They Changed 'Cyber Fear'
The Shadow Brokers: How They Changed 'Cyber Fear'
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/17/2017  | 
At Black Hat USA, Matt Suiche, founder of Comae Technologies, describes what we know about the Shadow Brokers and how they have changed the business of cyber fear.
Behind the Briefings: How Black Hat Sessions Get Chosen
Behind the Briefings: How Black Hat Sessions Get Chosen
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/17/2017  | 
Daniel Cuthbert and Stefano Zanero explain what the Black Hat review board is looking for in an abstract submission for the Briefings.
Optimizing Online Defenses Through Crowdsourcing
Optimizing Online Defenses Through Crowdsourcing
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/7/2017  | 
With limited time and money, many organizations are hamstrung when it comes to cyber defense. AlienVaults CTO Roger Thornton discusses how the companys crowdsourced, open-source community product, the Open Threat Exchange (OTX), can help.
Three Steps to Strong Enterprise Security
Three Steps to Strong Enterprise Security
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/3/2017  | 
Raytheon Cyber Services CEO Paul Perkinson and Chief Strategy Officer Joshua Douglas discusses how a layered approach of assessment, threat hunting, and training can pave the way for more secure enterprise data.
Thwarting DDoS Attacks
Thwarting DDoS Attacks
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/2/2017  | 
Neustars Barrett Lyon discusses the companys investment in a scrubbing service and Web application firewalls to protect organizations against DDoS attacks.
Getting the Most From Your Threat Intelligence
Getting the Most From Your Threat Intelligence
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/2/2017  | 
Anomalis Director of Security Strategy Travis Farral discusses how security pros can better use the threat intel feeds and tools they already have.
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CVE-2020-14310
PUBLISHED: 2020-07-31
There is an issue on grub2 before version 2.06 at function read_section_as_string(). It expects a font name to be at max UINT32_MAX - 1 length in bytes but it doesn't verify it before proceed with buffer allocation to read the value from the font value. An attacker may leverage that by crafting a ma...
CVE-2020-14311
PUBLISHED: 2020-07-31
There is an issue with grub2 before version 2.06 while handling symlink on ext filesystems. A filesystem containing a symbolic link with an inode size of UINT32_MAX causes an arithmetic overflow leading to a zero-sized memory allocation with subsequent heap-based buffer overflow.
CVE-2020-5413
PUBLISHED: 2020-07-31
Spring Integration framework provides Kryo Codec implementations as an alternative for Java (de)serialization. When Kryo is configured with default options, all unregistered classes are resolved on demand. This leads to the &quot;deserialization gadgets&quot; exploit when provided data contains mali...
CVE-2020-5414
PUBLISHED: 2020-07-31
VMware Tanzu Application Service for VMs (2.7.x versions prior to 2.7.19, 2.8.x versions prior to 2.8.13, and 2.9.x versions prior to 2.9.7) contains an App Autoscaler that logs the UAA admin password. This credential is redacted on VMware Tanzu Operations Manager; however, the unredacted logs are a...
CVE-2019-11286
PUBLISHED: 2020-07-31
VMware GemFire versions prior to 9.10.0, 9.9.1, 9.8.5, and 9.7.5, and VMware Tanzu GemFire for VMs versions prior to 1.11.0, 1.10.1, 1.9.2, and 1.8.2, contain a JMX service available to the network which does not properly restrict input. A remote authenticated malicious user may request against the ...