Endpoint Security: Putting The Focus On What Matters
Manish Patel, Senior Product Marketing Manager, TenableCommentary
Five tips to help sift through the noise and focus on actions that can dramatically impact your endpoint security program.
By Manish Patel Senior Product Marketing Manager, Tenable, 10/29/2015
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Are You Making This Endpoint Security Mistake?
Manish Patel, Senior Product Marketing Manager, TenableCommentary
Detecting threats isnt enough. You must also remediate vulnerable endpoints and employ continuous monitoring to reduce exposure.
By Manish Patel Senior Product Marketing Manager, Tenable, 10/19/2015
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Asset Segmentation: The Key To Control
Ted Gary, Product Marketing Manager, TenableCommentary
Automated asset segmentation and classification helps focus strong security controls where they are needed most.
By Ted Gary Product Marketing Manager, Tenable, 10/15/2015
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3 Steps To Knowing Your Network
Ted Gary, Product Marketing Manager, TenableCommentary
Managing your IT assets is a daily effort requiring vigilance and persistence.
By Ted Gary Product Marketing Manager, Tenable, 9/29/2015
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Buyer Beware: How To Avoid Getting Sucked Into Shelfware
Gavin Millard, Technical Director, EMEA, Tenable Network SecurityCommentary
Three simple questions can help ensure you get the most value out of your information security investments.
By Gavin Millard Technical Director, EMEA, Tenable Network Security, 9/22/2015
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Why Is Endpoint Security Failing?
Manish Patel, Senior Product Marketing Manager, TenableCommentary
Endpoint security assurance is not just about detecting threats, but about building a more effective endpoint security program.
By Manish Patel Senior Product Marketing Manager, Tenable, 9/17/2015
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Get Fit: Remove Security Weaknesses
Ted Gary, Product Marketing Manager, TenableCommentary
Preventing problems by strengthening security is often more effective and less expensive than reacting to breaches after they occur.
By Ted Gary Product Marketing Manager, Tenable, 9/10/2015
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Your Worst Day In IT
David Spark, Veteran Tech journalist and founder of Spark Media SolutionsCommentary
Turns out the most common culprits aren't what you might think.
By David Spark Veteran Tech journalist and founder of Spark Media Solutions, 9/1/2015
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Flash: Web Browser Plugins Are Vulnerable
Gavin Millard, Technical Director, EMEA, Tenable Network SecurityCommentary
Maybe its time to uninstall Flash for those that dont need it and continuously monitor those that do.
By Gavin Millard Technical Director, EMEA, Tenable Network Security, 8/27/2015
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How Much Threat Intelligence Is Too Much?
Steve Hall, VP of Product Marketing, Tenable Network Security, Inc.Commentary
Turn your threat data into actionable intelligence by focusing on what is relevant to you and your organization.
By Steve Hall VP of Product Marketing, Tenable Network Security, Inc., 8/20/2015
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How Can We Work Smarter In Security?
David Spark, Veteran Tech journalist and founder of Spark Media SolutionsCommentary
Attendees at the 2015 Black Hat Conference in Las Vegas weigh in.
By David Spark Veteran Tech journalist and founder of Spark Media Solutions, 8/11/2015
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What Should the Users of Ashley Madison Do?
David Spark, Veteran Tech journalist and founder of Spark Media SolutionsCommentary
Security-minded professionals offer their advice at Black Hat party.
By David Spark Veteran Tech journalist and founder of Spark Media Solutions, 8/6/2015
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What 30 Classic Games Can Teach Us about Security
David Spark, Veteran Tech journalist and founder of Spark Media SolutionsCommentary
Information security experts share their thoughts on how participating in games and sports helped hone their professional skills.
By David Spark Veteran Tech journalist and founder of Spark Media Solutions, 7/28/2015
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Microsoft President: Governments Must Cooperate on Cybersecurity
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Why Password Management and Security Strategies Fall Short
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CVE-2018-6260
PUBLISHED: 2018-11-13
NVIDIA graphics driver contains a vulnerability that may allow access to application data processed on the GPU through a side channel exposed by the GPU performance counters. Local user access is required. This is not a network or remote attack vector.
CVE-2018-16850
PUBLISHED: 2018-11-13
postgresql before versions 11.1, 10.6 is vulnerable to a to SQL injection in pg_upgrade and pg_dump via CREATE TRIGGER ... REFERENCING. Using a purpose-crafted trigger definition, an attacker can cause arbitrary SQL statements to run, with superuser privileges.
CVE-2018-17187
PUBLISHED: 2018-11-13
The Apache Qpid Proton-J transport includes an optional wrapper layer to perform TLS, enabled by use of the 'transport.ssl(...)' methods. Unless a verification mode was explicitly configured, client and server modes previously defaulted as documented to not verifying a peer certificate, with options...
CVE-2018-1792
PUBLISHED: 2018-11-13
IBM WebSphere MQ 8.0.0.0 through 8.0.0.10, 9.0.0.0 through 9.0.0.5, 9.0.1 through 9.0.5, and 9.1.0.0 could allow a local user to inject code that could be executed with root privileges. IBM X-Force ID: 148947.
CVE-2018-1808
PUBLISHED: 2018-11-13
IBM WebSphere Commerce 9.0.0.0 through 9.0.0.6 could allow some server-side code injection due to inadequate input control. IBM X-Force ID: 149828.