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How Video Surveillance Can Help Secure Oil and Gas Operations

How Video Surveillance Can Help Secure Oil and Gas Operations

In October 2016, climate change activists broke into flow stations in four states and turned off valves on five cross-border pipelines that move crude oil from Canada to the U.S. In April 2017, contractors inspecting the Dakota Access Pipeline found a burnt hole the size of a dime, the result of vandalism.

Monday, November 20, 2017/Author: Larry Jones, VP Energy & Industrial Sales/Number of views (55)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Security Services
Ransomware and the Vanishing Security of Anonymity

Ransomware and the Vanishing Security of Anonymity

There used to be a common belief, among cybersecurity professionals and business users alike, that you had to have something of value on your network for hackers to come after you. This is true to some extent, although many people think of value as money and only worry about financial data. Some also recognize the value of intellectual property, and there’s increasing awareness of the black-market value of personally identifiable information.

Thursday, November 09, 2017/Author: David Wynne, Cybersecurity Engineer/Number of views (121)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Security Services
Web Application Firewalls Take Some of the Pressure Off App Dev Teams

Web Application Firewalls Take Some of the Pressure Off App Dev Teams

Various studies have shown that it costs 30 to 60 times more to remove a security vulnerability from a production application than it does to address the vulnerability during the design phase. Nevertheless, many organizations fail to incorporate security into every phase of the software development lifecycle (SDLC). Creating an SDLC for operational purposes is hard enough, but add security gates to the complexity and the wheels often fall off.

Monday, November 06, 2017/Author: Neil Christie, CISSP, HCISPP, Director of Cybersecurity Operations/Number of views (153)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Security Services
The WPA2 Security Flaw: What You Should Know

The WPA2 Security Flaw: What You Should Know

A security researcher has reported a serious vulnerability in the Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) security protocol that could allow hackers within range of a wireless network to intercept data, or even inject malicious content or malware in certain cases. The flaw was discovered by Mathy Vanhoef of the Imec-DistriNet Research Group of Belgian university KU Leuven. Vanhoef executed a successful attack as a proof of concept.

Tuesday, October 31, 2017/Author: Luis R. Colon, CISSP, Information Security Manager/Number of views (137)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Security Services
Teamwork Makes the Dream Work: The Business Case for Build (Insource) vs Buy (Outsource) 24x7 Security Operations

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work: The Business Case for Build (Insource) vs Buy (Outsource) 24x7 Security Operations

“Defense wins championships.” It doesn’t matter if the sport is football, basketball, baseball, soccer, cycling (yes, and it can be a little weird) … you often hear this cliché said about winning teams.

And to that, I say, “Maybe.”

Thursday, October 26, 2017/Author: Ben Doane, Director of Cybersecurity Business Development/Number of views (156)/Comments (0)/
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