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Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of TruSTAR
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Paul Kurtz is the CEO and cofounder of TruSTAR Technology. Prior to TruSTAR, Paul was the CISO and chief strategy officer for CyberPoint International LLC where he built the US government and international business verticals. Prior to CyberPoint, Paul was the managing partner of Good Harbor Consulting.

Paul was also the founder and executive director of the Cyber Security Industry Alliance and worked closely to bridge the gap between commercial companies and the US government to share information and raise cybersecurity awareness.

Prior to his work in the non-profit and commercial sector, Paul held senior positions with the US Government including special assistant to the President and senior director for critical infrastructure protection on the White House's Homeland Security Council (HSC). He joined the HSC from the National Security Council (NSC) where he was both senior director for national security in the Office of Cyberspace Security and a member of the President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board. Paul is a founding board member of the Cloud Security Alliance.

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CVE-2020-8904
PUBLISHED: 2020-08-12
An arbitrary memory overwrite vulnerability in the trusted memory of Asylo exists in versions prior to 0.6.0. As the ecall_restore function fails to validate the range of the output_len pointer, an attacker can manipulate the tmp_output_len value and write to an arbitrary location in the trusted (en...
CVE-2020-8905
PUBLISHED: 2020-08-12
A buffer length validation vulnerability in Asylo versions prior to 0.6.0 allows an attacker to read data they should not have access to. The 'enc_untrusted_recvfrom' function generates a return value which is deserialized by 'MessageReader', and copied into three different 'extents'. The length of ...
CVE-2020-12106
PUBLISHED: 2020-08-12
The Web portal of the WiFi module of VPNCrypt M10 2.6.5 allows unauthenticated users to send HTTP POST request to several critical Administrative functions such as, changing credentials of the Administrator account or connect the product to a rogue access point.
CVE-2020-12107
PUBLISHED: 2020-08-12
The Web portal of the WiFi module of VPNCrypt M10 2.6.5 allows command injection via a text field, which allow full control over this module's Operating System.
CVE-2020-7374
PUBLISHED: 2020-08-12
Documalis Free PDF Editor version 5.7.2.26 and Documalis Free PDF Scanner version 5.7.2.122 do not appropriately validate the contents of JPEG images contained within a PDF. Attackers can exploit this vulnerability to trigger a buffer overflow on the stack and gain remote code execution as the user ...