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Security Architect, Sqrrl
Member Since: 3/24/2015
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Before coming to work as a Security Architect and DFIR subject matter expert at Sqrrl, David led the hunt team at Mandiant, helping to develop and prototype innovative approaches to detect and respond to network attacks. Prior to that, he spent five years helping to build an intel-driven detection and response program for General Electric (GE-CIRT). He set detection strategies for a network of nearly 500 NSM sensors in over 160 countries and led response efforts for some of the company's the most critical incidents.

David stays active in the community, speaking and writing on the subjects of incident detection & response, threat intelligence and security analytics. He is also a member of the MLSec Project (http://www.mlsecproject.org). You can follow him on Twitter as @DavidJBianco or subscribe to his blog, "Enterprise Detection & Response" (http://detect-respond.blogspot.com).

Articles by David J. Bianco
Devastating Cyberattack on Email Provider Destroys 18 Years of Data
Jai Vijayan, Freelance writer,  2/12/2019
Up to 100,000 Reported Affected in Landmark White Data Breach
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  2/12/2019
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PUBLISHED: 2019-02-16
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CVE-2019-8358
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-16
In Hiawatha before 10.8.4, a remote attacker is able to do directory traversal if AllowDotFiles is enabled.