Introduction Any email filtering worth its cost should block numerous messages every day. however, Im always interested to see what exactly is being blocked
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Original release date: August 01, 2015 Systems Affected Microsoft Windows Systems, Adobe Flash Player, and Linux Overview Between June and July 2015, the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) received reports of multiple, ongoing and likely evolving, email-based phishing campaigns targeting U.S. Government agencies and private sector organizations.
Introduction Last weekend, I did a 10 minute fireside chat during lunch at BSidesSATX 2015 [ 1 ]. It was an informal presentation, where I discussed some of the issues facing security analysts working at an organizations Security Operations Center (SOC). With only 10 minutes, the largest part of that presentation covered a SOC analyst pyramid of activity any organization will encounter
If youve been following recent diaries from my fellow handlers Brad and Manuel, they peel the covers back on a couple current malicious emails campaigns. Many of the readers of the Storm Center diaries will be use to the ebb and flow of these stories. Here in Australiatheres a speeding fine scam email  thats been running for the last few weeks, and theres no indication it will drop off any time soon.
Organizations often allow the use of social media on their networks, but RSAC is buzzing about the risks. Does your organization allow employees to access social media at the office? Many do, whether for strictly personal use, communication, collabo…
Paul Krugman argues that we’ll give up our privacy because we want to emulate the rich, who are surrounded by servants who know everything about them: Consider the Varian rule , which says that you can forecast the future by looking at what the rich have today — that is, that what affluent people will want in the future is, in general, something like what only the truly rich can afford right now. Well, one thing that’s very clear if you spend any time around the rich — and one of the very few things that I, who by and large never worry about money, sometimes envy — is that rich people don’t wait in line