2016 White House Race Is More “Secure” Than You Think

By: October 5, 2015

The race for the White House in 2016 is heating up. For even the casual political observer, it’s clear from both the debates and the increasingly volatile discourse that this may not be the cleanest race. After my latest perusal… Read More

Financial Services Security is a Necessity, Not a Luxury

By: October 2, 2015

In the spring of 2014 the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) examined cyber security at more than 100 registered broker-dealers and advisers after a roundtable discussion of recent breaches. In February 2015, they revealed their findings, notably… Read More

#BENVLOG: Are You Practicing “Cyber Security Kung Fu?”

By: September 24, 2015

In today’s video blog, Bit9 + Carbon Black Chief Security Strategist, Ben Johnson, discusses what it means to be practicing cyber security kung fu. If you’re not doing it, Ben says, it’s likely your organziation may be falling behind.

Possible Cyber Treaty with China Propels Information Security into the Spotlight

By: September 23, 2015

Since 2009, when General Kevin Chilton, former commander of USSTRATCOM, announced that the United States would not be constrained in its response to a cyber attack, the possibility of both cyber and conventional counter-attacks has been publicly known. Now, for… Read More

#BENVLOG: Come Join Us in Las Vegas!

By: September 17, 2015

In this week’s #BENVLOG, Ben Johnson has a simple message: “Come join us for the 2015 Bit9 + Carbon Black User Xchange from October 19th– 21st in Las Vegas! To learn more about the Bit9 + Carbon Black User Xchange,… Read More

Incident Response Sees a Significant, “Continuous” Change

By: September 15, 2015

Incident response is going through a significant shift. We’re seeing an evolution of the tools in use and a maturing in how organizations respond to a breach. Frankly, the shift is long overdue. That shift is reflected in the SANS… Read More