The Blog is Back!
Happy much belated New Year readers, and welcome back! Regular readers probably noticed that the blog has been down for quite awhile. Early January, we unexpectedly had to take the blog server offline during some expected web site maintenance and re-architecture… (0 comment)

Today, CERT and NTP.org warned the world about some serious vulnerabilities in a very popular network time server called ntpd. If you use Linux systems, or any number of network appliances, chances are you’re using ntpd somewhere in your organization, and should apply the 4.2.8 update (tarball) as soon as possible. Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a standard for updating and synchronizing your computer’s clock over a network. … (0 comment)

The Disturbing Reality of Guest Network Security
The Disturbing Reality of Guest Network Security New WatchGuard functionality enhances security and convenience to better protect guest network users across hotel, restaurant and other hospitality organizations Life on the road no longer means losing touch. Today’s global travelers rely on Internet access for both work and pleasure, whether it’s responding to business email, planning vacation activities or staying connected with loved ones still at home. … (0 comment)

Operation Cleaver, FIN4, Regin, and Sony Breach Now that cyber attacks have gone primetime, every week is filled with new information security (infosec) news, leaving administrators little time to catch up. … (0 comment)