Month: May 2017

“But I Reset the Password” – Remediating an Enterprise After a Targeted Attack

Determined human adversaries, or DHA for short, have changed the information security game for everyone.  Many customers take actions in attempt to evict an emplaced attacker – actions that result in alerting the attacker to the organization’s knowledge of their presence, but don’t truly evict the attacker from the network.  In this blog, we will

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Understanding the Vulnerability in Intel’s Management Technology

Recently, social media and news sources have been thoroughly covering a vulnerability in Intel’s various management technologies. Although there is definitely reason to be concerned, there appears to be a bit of misinformation about the vulnerability, likely either due to sensationalism or lack of research. As such, I felt it beneficial to provide a view

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