09

Dec 2016

Experts: IoT Will Be Hacked Again in 2017

It was nearly two weeks before Halloween and nearly three weeks before Election 2016 when millions were denied access to such popular websites like Twitter, Reddit, The New York Times and PayPal. Some thought it was the Russians attempting to hack the election. Others thought it might be an early seasonal prank, but the event that blocked Internet access for large sections of the country...

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01

Dec 2016

What Direction Will Trump Take on CyberSecurity?

Last week, President-Elect Donald Trump signaled that cybersecurity is an imminent challenge that requires immediate attention by announcing the creation of a Cyber Review Team to provide recommendations during the first 100 days of his presidency. In addition to a focus on trade, energy, regulations, national security and immigration, Trump plans to include cybersecurity as a top priority, but many in the industry believe Trump...

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28

Nov 2016

Slack Shell Bot

By Russel Van Tuyl I really, really, really like shells. Nothing is better than that feeling you get when a shell comes in. There are many ways to get a shell, but some of them take a while to produce. A phishing campaign that leverages malicious payloads is a good example where there might be delayed gratification on receiving a shell. The emails might be...

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17

Nov 2016

Holiday Shopping Safety Series

Holiday Scams and Hoaxes By Joe Gray Because the cash flow is on the rise, the activity of cyber criminals are increasing as well. The purpose of this blog series is to educate you, the reader, about how to be safe through this season including Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday. While I try to be thorough, I cannot possibly cover everything, but...

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16

Nov 2016

Holiday Shopping Safety Series

Shopping Via Credit Card and e-Commerce By Joe Gray It’s that time of year again: stores closing for a couple of hours (if at all) on Thanksgiving while others are completely closed. Black Friday is creeping into Thursday and cutting into turkey overload time. Starbucks has the peppermint syrup for our frappuccinos, lattes, and mocha drinks. Families are shopping for the best deals for the...

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10

Nov 2016

Mid-Sized Businesses Can Efficiently Improve their CyberSecurity with a vSCC

Most business owners today realize they need a comprehensive data security strategy to protect their proprietary information and the personal data of their employees and customers from a variety of cyberthreats. So, while large businesses like Target or Home Depot can afford to hire a team of cybersecurity experts and/or pay to repair the damages done after a security breach occurs, a mid-sized business can’t...

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03

Nov 2016

The CyberSecurity State of the MidSized Company is Risky Business

If your company employees 250 or more people a year and earns more than $10 million a year in revenue, your cybersecurity concerns are far different than your neighborhood shop with 20 employees and a significantly smaller budget.  Mid-sized businesses are often tucked away in the small-to-mid-sized business (SMB) category because, frankly, the federal government doesn’t formally recognize a mid-sized category.   However, if your company posts between...

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27

Oct 2016

Multi-Tool Multi-User HTTP Proxy

Background Many of the popular Command and Control (C2) tools today operate over HTTP (i.e. Metasploit and Empire). One of the reasons why HTTP is an effective protocol for C2 is because it is allowed on nearly every network in existence and is expected behavior from every network device. Additionally, using HTTP over TLS adds an additional layer of security for these tools because it...

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27

Oct 2016

EDGE2016 Puts Knoxville, Tenn. on the Map for CyberSecurity

Inaugural national cybersecurity conference in Knoxville, Tennessee hosts more than 350 cybersecurity professionals and business leaders to discover real-world solutions to the growing threat of cyberattacks KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Oct. 26, 2016 – EDGE2016 Security Conference, the inaugural world-class cybersecurity conference where complex business security problems meet real-world solutions, concluded last week after providing information security professionals and business leadership valuable cybersecurity insights and actionable information...

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20

Oct 2016

With EDGE2016 Comes the Birth of a New CyberSecurity Conference

EDGE2016 received accolades from attendees, speakers and vendors and promises to usher in a new annual cyber security conference in the Southeastern United States. “EDGE2016 has been a tremendous success for Sword & Shield, and from PacketViper’s perspective, being one of the first two diamond sponsors – ever – of EDGE2016, we couldn’t be happier,” said PacketViper Chief Revenue Officer Ken Wolf. “PacketViper absolutely will be back at...

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