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Vice President, Federal & Enterprise, Tripwire / Independent Cybersecurity Consultant
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Maurice Uenuma, Vice President, Federal & Enterprise, Tripwire

Maurice Uenuma is vice president, federal & enterprise at Tripwire. He was vice president at the Center for Internet Security (CIS), and Workforce Management co-chair of the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Working Group at NIST, and held a variety of roles at Perot Systems and Dell. Maurice served as a special operations officer in the United States Marine Corps, and is a veteran of the Iraq war. He is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy, with a Master's degree in National Security Studies from Georgetown University. Maurice is a GIAC-certified Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional (GICSP).

A.T. Smith, Independent Cybersecurity Consultant

A.T. Smith, a native of Greenville, South Carolina, is an independent consultant specializing in business development in the security, cybersecurity, privacy and identity space. He served as Senior Advisor within the Department of Homeland Security – ICE/HSI on matters involving cybersecurity and transnational organized crime. Mr. Smith spent 29 years with the United States Secret Service. He served as Deputy Director of the Secret Service from April 2012 – February 2015. As Deputy Director, Mr. Smith directed the agency's daily operations, including approximately 7,000 personnel and $1.7 billion budget. He also developed and implemented policy as it relates to the agency's investigative and protective mission.

 

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CVE-2020-16847
PUBLISHED: 2020-08-04
Extreme Analytics in Extreme Management Center before 8.5.0.169 allows unauthenticated reflected XSS via a parameter in a GET request, aka CFD-4887.
CVE-2020-15135
PUBLISHED: 2020-08-04
save-server (npm package) before version 1.05 is affected by a CSRF vulnerability, as there is no CSRF mitigation (Tokens etc.). The fix introduced in version version 1.05 unintentionally breaks uploading so version v1.0.7 is the fixed version. This is patched by implementing Double submit. The CSRF...
CVE-2020-13522
PUBLISHED: 2020-08-04
An exploitable arbitrary file delete vulnerability exists in SoftPerfect RAM Disk 4.1 spvve.sys driver. A specially crafted I/O request packet (IRP) can allow an unprivileged user to delete any file on the filesystem. An attacker can send a malicious IRP to trigger this vulnerability.
CVE-2020-15943
PUBLISHED: 2020-08-04
An issue was discovered in the Gantt-Chart module before 5.5.4 for Jira. Due to a missing privilege check, it is possible to read and write to the module configuration of other users. This can also be used to deliver an XSS payload to other users' dashboards. To exploit this vulnerability, an attack...
CVE-2020-15944
PUBLISHED: 2020-08-04
An issue was discovered in the Gantt-Chart module before 5.5.5 for Jira. Due to missing validation of user input, it is vulnerable to a persistent XSS attack. An attacker can embed the attack vectors in the dashboard of other users. To exploit this vulnerability, an attacker has to be authenticated.