15 under 15: Rising stars in cybersecurity

The Christian Science Monitor’s Passcode traveled across the country to meet 15 kids under 15 years old who are fighting off the growing threat of cyberattacks. They are part of a new generation of tinkerers and boundary pushers – many still lugging school backpacks and wearing braces – who are mastering the numerical codes that […]

How Connected-Cars Could Cost You Your Privacy

Connected cars are poised to become one of the biggest changes in the driving experience since the invention of the automobile, and they could be on the road within a decade. They present many exciting opportunities, but also new threats to our privacy and security. In this post, we’ll dive into exactly what lies behind […]

Machine Learning May Be The Solution To Enterprise Security Woes

For large enterprise organizations, it can be next-to-impossible to identify attacks and act to mitigate them in good time. That’s one of the reasons executives often discover security breaches when an external researcher — or worse, a journalist — gets in touch to ask why hundreds of millions of logins for their company’s services are […]

O’Reilly Security Conference NYC Oct 30- Nov 2

The O’Reilly Security Conference is the best place on Earth to learn how to build better defenses to protect your data, systems, privacy, and more. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from leading minds in security, like Katie Moussouris and Nick Sullivan (see full speaker line-up) on important subjects like machine learning, cloud security, Docker […]

DDoS Attacks: What Happened And What We Should Do About It

The security community has been watching the DDoS threat grow to incredible levels. DDoS attacks are up 75% over last year. Over 30% of attacks reach sustained peaks of over 10 Gbps, an amount that will swamp most every business user. Some very large attacks have gone as high as 600 Gbps, a size that […]

What Local, State, Federal Governments Should Do To Mitigate DDoS Threats

Governments have special roles in helping prevent DDoS attacks. Governments at Local, State and Federal Levels have massive infrastructures that should be protected to help prevent DDoS on others and they have important citizen-facing missions that need protection themselves. Governments can also help us all take collective action. We have all been tracking the the […]