WatchGuard Dimension hace sentido en la seguridad de datos en bruto.
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This video tutorial defines Data Loss Prevention (DLP), explains how to set up and use DLP, and shows how DLP and WatchGuard Dimension work together to keep you informed about the protection…
Beware of phishers leveraging a new zero day Internet Explorer (IE) 11 flaw that affects the latest, fully-patched version of Windows. Click play for details. (Episode Runtime: 1:35) Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIKDoTGBaTU EPISODE REFERENCES: New XSS vulnerability affects IE 11 running on Windows 8.1 – Computer World Full Disclosure post about the flaw – Seclists Follow up post on Full Disclosure – Seclists Proof-of-Concept exploit illustrating the issue – Packet Storm — Corey Nachreiner, CISSP ( @SecAdept )
Bad actors have always tried to lure us into doing things we shouldn’t by appealing to our base, carnal instincts. Today’s daily infosec video shares why you might want to avoid “hot girls” in general online. (Episode Runtime: 1:38) Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyivxEiCuKM EPISODE REFERENCES: “Hot Girls” are still an effective lure, even among nation-state attackers – Gizmodo FireEye’s report on the Syrian “Hot Girl” attack campaign [PDF] – FireEye — Corey Nachreiner, CISSP ( @SecAdept )
If you want the best network defenses, you need to stay abreast of the latest information security news; but I realize most IT folks don’t have the time to stay informed on their own. Let our weekly video do the heavy lifting, and quickly share the biggest infosec news.
Every network admin I know is buried under a list of tasks, and has little time to spend learning about the latest information security news. If that sounds like you, check out our weekly news recap video. This episode, from the third week of January, covers rumors the NSA hacked North Korea, a warning about attackers exploiting an zero day Flash flaw, Oracle’s quarterly critical patch day, and more
Want a quick way to learn about the latest information security (infosec) news and tips? Then this is the video for you! Every week, I summarize the most important stuff, and share what you should do about it
Happy New Year everyone! …Is how I would have started this post had the blog been up when I made this video. You have found the first WatchGuard Security Week in Review video for 2015.
During the blog downtime, observant security practitioners probably read about a serious new vulnerabilities called GHOST, which affects all Linux-based systems to some extent. I actually covered GHOST already, in one of my Daily Security Bytes, but you may have missed it during the downtime. Let me recap the issue here