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March 3, 2017

Yesterday the AWS team released a summary of why their S3 services in the Northern Virginia (US-EAST1) region were disrupted and some of the steps they’re taking to ensure it doesn’t happen again – in that service region or others.

For an outage that affected more than...

February 20, 2017

The Bug Bounty movement grew out a desire to recognize independent security researcher efforts in finding and disclosing bugs to the vendor. Over time the movement split into those that demanded to be compensated for the bugs they found and third-party organizations th...

January 25, 2017

Many organizations are struggling to overcome key conceptual differences between today’s AI powered threat detection systems and legacy signature detection systems. A key friction area - in perception and delivery capability - lies with the inertia of Indicator of Comp...

January 24, 2017

In this part we’ll discuss why an organization needs to launch a bug bounty program, and what limits the value they will likely extract from such an investment.

January 23, 2017

The premise of crowdsourcing the task of uncovering new bugs and vulnerabilities in an organizations web applications or consumer products sounds compelling to many. What’s not to like with the prospect of “many eyes” poking and prodding away at a corporate system for...