An insider threat is a malicious hacker (also called a cracker or a black hat) who is an employee or officer of a business, institution, or agency. The term can also apply to an outside person who poses as an employee or officer by obtaining false credentials. The cracker obtains access to the ...
I'm having some difficulty determining how, or if, MiFi devices on property should be regulated. Personally, I see them as having little difference from any other rogue AP in the environment - the ...
Last week, a couple of guys were fired from the company I work for; all of them had access to sensitive information. One of them erased all the e-mails from the mail server, sent a massive e-mail to ...
We have a network share that contains thousands of files. I am concerned that anyone with access to the internet could copy that information to a CD. In addition to disabling all removable media, ...
Any one has any information or pointers to insider threats when cloud platforms like openstack etc deployed within corporate data centers ? What are different kinds of internal threats in general ...
What could attacker do with stolen private keys of main nodes? Tor is based on 10 main nodes: moria1, tor26, dizum, Tonga, etc. IP Addresses of this nodes hard-coded into client. ./src/or/config.c: ...
I would like to improve wireless security and certain other on-net security scenarios with a permanent ARP table entry. The idea being that someone on the same subnet or WiFi network will have a more ...
We've all read about how Edward Snowden got access to thousands of classified documents and shared them with reporters. But how did he do it? He got access to tons of documents that he was not ...