K. Scott Morrison, CTO and chief architect at Layer 7 Technologies talks about some of issues hindering adoption of cloud computing. Also, Wade Baker of Verizon on that firms new security incident framework.
From buffer overflows to SQL injection, hackers have many techniques at their disposal to attack Web applications, and new methods constantly emerge. This week’s podcast edition of Threat Monitor highlights one of the tips from this special Web application attack security guide, entitled: Prevent cross-site scripting hacks with tools, testing.
The editorial team recalls the themes and discussions that dominated the 2010 RSA Conference. Federal cybersecurity issues ruled with the debut of White House cybersecurity coordinator Howard Schmidt. Microsoft’s Scott Charney explained the legal action the software giant took to disrupt the Waledac botnet. Also, attendees showed interest in social networking security. In addition, the convergence of cloud computing and identity management was showcased.
Dan Kaminsky of IO Active explains the benefits of DNSSEC and why products and services that use the technology could take off in the next few years. Scott Rose of NIST describes the lessons learned from the deployment across the .gov domain at federal government agencies.
A new type of malware attack, RAM scraper, may pose a serious threat to enterprise security. Learn what a RAM scraper attack is, and how you can defend your organization from this potentially damaging new malware attack.
Listen to the top security experts and learn about the latest cybersecurity research. Whether it’s the spread of malware, the explosion of spam or hackers exploiting flaws to steal sensitive data, this podcast series aims to find the right ways to defend against ongoing attacks to your systems.