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Someone has to take responsibility for the security and privacy issues attendant to the Internet of Things. In this guest essay posted on ThirdCertainty, George Japak, managing director of ICSA Labs, a vendor-neutral testing and certification organization, outlines who that should be.
Congratulations to Barracuda Networks, Cyberoam Technologies, F5 Networks, MicroWorld Technologies and Sophos!
George Japak, managing director of ICSA Labs and Verizon’s HIPAA security officer, discusses his thoughts on NCSA month and offers important advice to help enterprises and consumers stay vigilant when it comes to cybersecurity.
To address these evolutionary threats, ICSA Labs is introducing a new certification option, the Malicious URL Testing module.
One of my friends recently received an alert from her sheriff’s office, warning her about something called Cryptolocker. The language in the alert was quite alarming, and she wanted my opinion.
Over the weekend, however, came the “revelation” that the FBI was using exploits and malware that they’d developed themselves to catch Bad Guys...
George Japak, managing director of ICSA Labs, discusses testing, certification and security challenges in a Q&A interview with Infosecurity Professional's Joyce Chutchian.
Given that an organization of one is about the smallest SMB you could find, it is clear that any person or group that has valuable enough information, or who makes someone mad enough, can be targeted by organizations with either the resources to write a 0-day exploit, or steal some legitimate code signing ability.
The Verizon DBIR came out today, and, as usual, it’s full of interesting data...my favorite sentence was in the opening paragraph. It said, “A growing segment of the security community adopted an “assume you’re breached” mentality.”
One other feature in Windows 8 is built in anti-malware protection...