Category: big data

Espionage, Spying and Big Corporate Data, These Are a Few of China’s Favorite Things

ASERT provides a weekly threat bulletin for Arbor customers that highlights and analyzes the week’s top security events and provides other pertinent infosec material. Recently, we covered the public notification of a United Airlines breach by possible Chinese state-sponsored threat actors. In this blog, we offer an alternative hypothesis to the conclusions many have drawn regarding the motivation behind this and other recent attacks.

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5 Minutes with Threat Analysis

Packetloop’s Threat Analysis feature allows you to step through attacks play by play to accurately confirm indicators of compromise with real evidence. This screencast follows on from my last post “From Indicators of Compromise to Smoking Guns“. As you can see security analysts have the […]

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Finding Needles in Haystacks @ Ruxcon

Yesterday I was in Melbourne presenting “Finding Needles in Haystacks (the size of countries)” at Ruxcon. If you are looking for the latest version of the slides they are here – [PDF] [Slideshare]. It was an awesome conference with high quality presentations. Special thanks to Chris […]

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Packetloop Early Access

We are almost there! The last month has been spent on internal testing and refining the first release of Packetloop. We have now started an Early Access phase, providing access to a handful of our customers and industry experts to get some initial feedback and […]

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