Tag: hacking

Security Ledger Editor In Chief Paul Roberts speaks with Chenxi Wang of Twistlock at The RSA Conference. (Image courtesy of RSA Conference)

Interview: Chenxi Wang on Information Security’s Mr. Robot Problem and Enforcing IoT Standards

In-brief: In an interview with Security Ledger Editor in Chief Paul Roberts, Chenxi Wang of the firm Twist Lock talks about information security’s “Mr. Robot” problem and the need for standards for the Internet of Things. 

A survey of penetration testers by Rapid7 finds most organizations are failing to detect malicious activity on their networks. (Image courtesy of Rapid7)

Survey: Hackers for Hire Find Most Networks Easy Prey

In-brief: A survey of penetration testers by Rapid7 finds most organizations are failing to detect malicious activity on their networks. 

Kaspersky said it spotted infections affecting 140 organizations globally. (Image courtesy of Kaspersky Lab.)

File-less Malware Attacks Target Bank, Business Networks

In-brief: Security experts are warning that so-called “file-less” attacks on commercial networks operated by banks and other firms are spreading and harvesting sensitive information, like administrator user names and passwords.

Webinar: Deconstructing the Top IoT Attacks of 2016

Webinar: Deconstructing the Top IoT Attacks of 2016

In-brief: a recording and slides from the Security Ledger and Bastille’s recent webinar “Deconstructing the Top IoT Hacks of 2016” are now available online. 

In our inaugural edition of Security Ledger Live, we speak with Lance James, Chief Scientist at the firm Flashpoint.

Security Ledger Live: Interview with Lance James of Flashpoint

In-brief: in our inaugural Security Ledger Live, we speak with Lance James, the Chief Scientist at the firm Flashpoint about ransomware, the care and feeding of security talent and the news of the week.