Category Archives: Cyber Attacks

Heartbleed Is Not A Big Deal?

Michael Roytman    April 17, 2014

As of this morning we have observed 224 breaches related to CVE-2014-0160, the Heartbleed vulnerability. More than enough has been said about the technical details of the vulnerability, and our own Ryan Huber covered the details a few days ago. I want to talk about the vulnerability management implications of Heartbleed, because they are both terrifying and telling. The Common Vulnerability… Read more »

The More You Know… (Heartbleed Edition)

rhuber    April 9, 2014

Yesterday, the information security community was made aware of a critical vulnerability in some versions of OpenSSL, one of the most commonly used software “libraries” for secure internet communications. When your web browser is connected via HTTPS (your less tech savvy friends might refer to it as the “lock icon”), there is a high probability that OpenSSL is involved in… Read more »

The Transformation of Cyber Attacks

Jacques Benkoski    March 26, 2013

This is a guest blog post by Jacques Benkoski, Risk I/O investor and Board member. A complete, global transformation of the landscape in the security software domain is underway. Countless articles have been written about how we have moved beyond the casual attacker cooking a virus for fun and/or profit to something completely different and far more dangerous to the… Read more »