Tag Archives: heartbleed

Secret #1 of Vulnerability Scanning: CVSS Is Only Part of the Picture

Ed Bellis    January 8, 2015

This is the first post by Ed Bellis in a three-part series on Vulnerability Scanning. To view all five secrets and two common “gotchas” of¬†vulnerability scanning, please click here. Information¬†security can be a thankless job. I know, I’ve lived it first-hand. When I ran Security at Orbitz, it was absolutely critical that my team and I stayed on top of… Read more »

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 »