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Member Since: 7/16/2014
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Bill is an enthusiastic technologist with experience in a variety of industries. This includes data center, cloud, virtualization, security, AI, mobility, edge solutions, and much more. His architecture work includes large virtualization and cloud deployments as well as focusing on overcoming emerging business challenges. Bill enjoys writing, blogging, and educating colleagues around everything that is technology. During the day, Bill is the Director of Technology Solutions at EPAM where he works with AI, machine learning, blockchain solutions, DevOps, cloud, and advanced technologies to help engineer the digital future. Bill's whitepapers, articles, video blogs and podcasts have been published and referenced on WindowsITPro, Data Center Knowledge, InformationWeek, Network Computing, TechTarget, Dark Reading, Forbes, CBS Interactive, Slashdot, and many others. As an active member of the technology industry, Bill was ranked #16 globally in an Onalytica study of the top 100 most influential individuals in the cloud landscape; and #4 in a different Onalytica study reviewing the industry's top data security experts.

Articles by Bill Kleyman
High Stress Levels Impacting CISOs Physically, Mentally
Jai Vijayan, Freelance writer,  2/14/2019
Valentine's Emails Laced with Gandcrab Ransomware
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  2/14/2019
New Free Tool Scans for Chrome Extension Safety
Dark Reading Staff 2/21/2019
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CVE-2018-1944
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-21
IBM Security Identity Governance and Intelligence 5.2 through 5.2.4.1 Virtual Appliance contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-For...
CVE-2018-1945
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-21
IBM Security Identity Governance and Intelligence 5.2 through 5.2.4.1 Virtual Appliance could allow a remote attacker to hijack the clicking action of the victim. By persuading a victim to visit a malicious Web site, a remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to hijack the victim's click act...
CVE-2018-1946
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-21
IBM Security Identity Governance and Intelligence 5.2 through 5.2.4.1 Virtual Appliance supports interaction between multiple actors and allows those actors to negotiate which algorithm should be used as a protection mechanism such as encryption or authentication, but it does not select the stronges...
CVE-2018-1947
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-21
IBM Security Identity Governance and Intelligence 5.2 through 5.2.4.1 Virtual Appliance is vulnerable to cross-site scripting. This vulnerability allows users to embed arbitrary JavaScript code in the Web UI thus altering the intended functionality potentially leading to credentials disclosure withi...
CVE-2018-1948
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-21
IBM Security Identity Governance and Intelligence 5.2 through 5.2.4.1 Virtual Appliance does not set the secure attribute on authorization tokens or session cookies. Attackers may be able to get the cookie values by sending a http:// link to a user or by planting this link in a site the user goes to...