News and Events
Congratulations to Barracuda, Cybera, Check Point D-Link, Dell Sonic WALL, F5 Networks, Fortinet, Huawei, Quick Heal Technologies Pvt. and Trend Micro!
ICSA Labs will be issuing Excellence in Information Security Testing (EIST) awards on Monday, April 20 at 6pm PST in the Verizon Booth (N3101) at the RSA Conference in San Francisco. The awards recognize clients that have achieved successful completion of 10, 15, or 20 years of continuous ICSA Labs information security testing.
When it comes to security, many vendors consider certification of its products by an independent organization an option, not a requirement. However, third party testing is an important element when a company is deciding on technology solutions that are part of its security management program.
Prepare your enterprise to conduct individualized self-assessments of risk, so you can make realistic decisions on how to avoid cyber threats. The 2015 DBIR expands its investigation into nine common threat patterns and sizes up the effects of all types of data breaches, from small data disclosures to events that hit the headlines.
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...