If you follow the news, it's hard to miss all the breaches and stolen passwords offered for sale. The reality is that the method of processing passwords hasn't changed in the past 40 years, while attackers have become much more efficient.
In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2014, Eugene Shablygin, CEO and founder of WWPass Corporation, discusses the death of the password and talks about alternative access management strategies that offer greater security.
In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2014, Dave Rosenberg, CTO at DB Networks, talks about a new approach to SQL injection detection and explains how they solve this problem in their products.
Stefano Zanero is an Assistant Professor at Politechnico di Milano, where he focuses on systems security.
Modern botnets rely on domain-generation algorithms (DGAs) to build resilient command-and-control infrastructures that are difficult to track or deactivate. Considerable attention has been given to recognizing automatically generated domains (AGDs) from DNS traffic, in order to identify previously unknown AGDs, which helps in the task of disrupting botnets’ communication capabilities.
Are you interested to learn about the delicate hacks and tricks that go on behind the curtains of the scene better known as the console hacking scene?
What are PUAs (Potentially Unwanted Applications), and how should they be classified in the mobile (specifically Android) environment?
Vanja Svajcer, principal virus researcher at SophosLabs, talks about their efforts to create a mobile PUA taxonomy that would be accurate and helpful to all the stakeholders in the mobile environment, and especially the end users.
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