Leadership – Become successful by evaluating reasons for failure

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Excellent motivational article for managers and project leaders from John Maxwell’s blog  Thomas A. Edison — “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” http://www.johnmaxwell.com/blog/how-do-you-become-a-successful-failure Nobody likes to fail. But if we’re honest, we understand that failure is a part of life. There is no success without some amount of failure. […]

Malware – Phasebot new fileless and registry based infector

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  Phasebot is a new malware agent that infects the Windows registry of vulnerable systems using PowerShell scripting engine rather than file based mechanisms to add malicious code.  This is described in a recent Trend Micro security blog post:  http://blog.trendmicro.com/trendlabs-security-intelligence/without-a-trace-fileless-malware-spotted-in-the-wild/ Phasebot and PowerShell – We think Phasebot is interesting because of its use of Windows […]

Security Incident Response – Resource links for 2015

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The Internet Storm Center shares an evolving trend to use outside services in responding to data breaches and below are key resources that may be helpful to organizations: https://isc.sans.edu/forums/diary/When+Prevention+Fails+Incident+Response+Begins/19629/ I’ve been asked a few times this year to discuss and review incident handling practices with some of our clients. This topic seems to have come […]

HTTP2 – New efficiency standards emerging for HTTP protocol

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The IETF is close to finalizing version “2” of HTTP protocol as shared below http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/answer/HTTP-2-Is-it-the-next-HTTP http://http2.github.io/ The Internet Engineering Task Force is responsible for developing and promoting voluntary Internet standards, and it is close to finalizing and making HTTP/2 a formal Internet specification. HTTP/2 is primarily focused on improving the time it takes to render […]


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