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September 30, 2008  1:34 PM

Did you see this? – Laura Chappell’s Troubleshooting & Security Summit



Posted by: Troy Tate
awareness, Data security, DataManagement, education, forensics, honeypot, howto, LAN, malware, Metrics, Monitoring, network analysis, Network TAPs, Networking, packet capture, Performance, performance monitoring, reporting, research, risk, Security, SSL, toolkit, tools, troubleshooting, WAN, wireshark

Maybe you already know Laura Chappell (The Viral Bitgirl), if not then this is your chance to meet her and gain loads of knowledge in 2 days. On November 4-5, 2008 - Las Colinas, TX...

September 19, 2008  12:53 PM

Did you see this? – Encyclopedia of internal network security threats



Posted by: Troy Tate
antivirus, awareness, botnet, Browsers, Data security, design, Firefox, forensics, homeland security, honeypot, malware, man-in-the-middle, Microsoft, Microsoft Windows, Monitoring, Networking, Policy, reporting, research, risk, Security, tools, troubleshooting, vulnerability, web, website, WWW

Promisec has released an online encyclopedia of internal network security threats. This is available online for free. There is a lot of information to look through and decide how the risks affect your organization. Take...


August 14, 2008  2:58 AM

Managing risk & vulnerability



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, antivirus, awareness, CIO, Data security, DataCenter, DataManagement, design, forensics, honeypot, IT education, malware, Monitoring, Policy, policy enforcement, risk, Security, vulnerability

Jotting some quick thoughts here after answering a user post. Thought I would place the same information here for all to see. This list is by no means complete and your thoughts are always welcome. Some ways to measure risk include: How valuable is the asset? How much of a threat...


July 8, 2008  5:12 PM

Browser warnings – Danger Will Robinson! – or did it just cry “Wolf!”?



Posted by: Troy Tate
anti-virus, antivirus, awareness, botnet, Data security, Development, Firefox, forensics, Google, honeynet, honeypot, IT education, malware, Metrics, online identity, Policy, policy enforcement, reporting, Security, web, website, WWW

I sometimes browse the internet using Firefox. I say sometimes because Internet Explorer is the standard browser at my company and Firefox is not supported by IT. Well, since I work in IT, sometimes you have to test things on behalf of users and also to see how certain sites are different depending...


June 18, 2008  5:26 PM

Did you see this? – Infosecurity Magazine RSS feed



Posted by: Troy Tate
anti-virus, antivirus, awareness, botnet, CA, Data security, DataCenter, digital signatures, forensics, honeypot, IT education, malware, Metrics, Monitoring, Networking, Policy, policy enforcement, reporting, research, RSS, Security, SSL, tools, web, website, WWW

Infosecurity Magazine has a very good RSS feed to keep yourself up to date on events/issues and technologies. Check it out!


May 31, 2008  2:28 AM

Did you see this? – Noticebored – Infosec Awareness Education



Posted by: Troy Tate
anti-virus, antivirus, awareness, blogging, botnet, Data security, forensics, honeynet, honeypot, humor, IT education, malware, Metrics, Monitoring, online identity, Policy, policy enforcement, research, Security, wiki

Noticebored is a great resource for information security awareness. The blogs are timely and cover a great spectrum of topics with regards to this important...


May 16, 2008  6:40 PM

Did you see this? – Fear or doubt? New rootkit from researcher’s labs



Posted by: Troy Tate
anti-virus, antivirus, forensics, honeypot, malware, Monitoring, research, Security, tools

Do you fear or doubt these types of announcements? There are so many possibilities and weaknesses in systems and services. According to: SoftPedia...

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May 9, 2008  6:20 PM

Did you see this? – a live honeynet



Posted by: Troy Tate
anti-virus, antivirus, botnet, CIO, Data security, DataManagement, forensics, honeynet, honeypot, howto, malware, Monitoring, research, Sandbox, Security, SQL Server

I just came across the Shadowserver Foundation. According to their mission:

The Shadowserver Foundation is an all volunteer watchdog group of security professionals that gather, track, and...


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