Changing security incident response by utilizing the power of the cloud—DART tools, techniques, and procedures: part 1

A series on DART’s tools, techniques, and procedures for investigating cybersecurity incidents at their customer organizations. Part 1 introduces the team and gives a brief overview of the tools that DART utilizes.
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There is a Skills Shortage, But it isn’t Your Real Problem

During my undergraduate days, I recall hearing that the Bell System was slow to deploy automated dialing. While smaller local phone companies allowed callers to dial a number directly from their phone, the Bell system continues to rely on switchboard operators into the 1930s. In fact, early phones did not have numbers to dial at…
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Red Hat Responds to Zombieload v2

Three Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) opened yesterday track three flaws in certain Intel processors, which, if exploited, can put sensitive data at risk.Of the flaws reported, the newly discovered Intel processor flaw is a variant of the Zombieload attack discovered earlier this year and is only known to affect Intel’s Cascade Lake chips.[Get regularly scheduled insights by signing up for Network World newsletters.]
Red Hat strongly suggests that all Red Hat systems be updated even if they do not believe their configuration poses a direct threat, and it is providing resources to their customers and to the enterprise IT community.To read this article in full, please click here READ MORE HERE…

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