Category: Security

Meet PortSmash, everyone’s favorite new side-channel execution attack.

Published: November 13, 2018   |   Category: Blog, Security  |  Read more

In February 2017, a security researcher and white-hat hacker published information about a set of side-channel/speculative execution attacks that impacted approximately 20 years of Intel and AMD CPUs (among others), allowing for protected memory restrictions to be bypassed by a targeted malicious attack. These vulnerabilities were labeled SPECTRE and MELTDOWN and received a large amount […]

Business resilience is becoming the new operations paradigm.

Published: August 3, 2018   |   Category: Blog, Disaster Recovery, IT Infrastructure, IT Infrastructure Management, IT Strategy, Security  |  Read more

Introduction: In 2017, the world had the highest number of cyber-attacks, natural disasters and more active shooters than any year on record. For example, in June of 2017, the global law firm DLA Piper went a full day without phones, six days without email, and nearly two weeks without complete access to older email and […]