Microsoft seized over 22 No IP domains under the pretext that they hosted malicious activity. Is this the cost of being in the security business or have they overstepped legal barriers?
Although I may not agree with current policy regarding net neutrality, this op-ed from ArsTechnica conveys an interesting view point that almost persuades one to move away from net neutrality. Unfortunately, the end of net neutrality will mean added costs for sites, email and traffic in general. http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/06/we-dont-need-net-neutrality-we-need-competition/
SANS is hosting a forensics challenge this evening that reinforces the need for improved forensic reflexes. For example, if you normally do the same actions when confronted with a task, this becomes a form of rapid memory reflexes (RMR). If you have to research information in a book or online, you normally apply external memory reflexes [...]
If you are not familiar with this annual report, please take the time and review the findings from Verizon’s in-depth analysis on data breaches. http://www.verizonenterprise.com/DBIR/2014/reports/rp_Verizon-DBIR-2014_en_xg.pdf
PCI DSS 3.0 Changes Recent revisions in PCI DSS 3.0 require that merchants conduct a vulnerability assessment or penetration test against a companies IT resources for the purpose of providing quality assurance for customers. Read more here: https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/documents/DSS_and_PA-DSS_Change_Highlights.pdf