Information security consultancy Pure Hacking reckons Australian organisations are underestimating the risk of data leakage when employees connect personal devices to corporate networks.
Sometimes it seems as though we finally achieve PCI compliance only to have 'management' change the landscape and throw the 'cloud' curveball at us. Will PCI and clouds mix or are they oil and water?
Pure Hacking, Australia's leading specialist information security consultancy, has won the NSW Finalist iAward for its PureWAF managed web application firewall service. The 2011 iAwards recognises companies at the cutting edge of technology innovation and honours the achievements of home-grown Australian innovators.
Pure Hacking, Australia's leading specialist information security consultancy has challenged the global software development community to improve its development standards and build secure software. The consultancy believes that the corresponding rise in software vulnerabilities and increased risks to data security, business operations and reputational damage have reached a critical point requiring intervention. In line with its vendor-neutral position, the consultancy has confirmed that the open framework Software Assurance Maturity Model, or OpenSAMM methodology, is well placed to define and measure the security resilience of organisations and the software it relies on.
Australian specialist security consultancy, Pure Hacking, has added two new security experts to its team and established a new security practice which it says will strengthen the firm's focus on what it calls 'strategic' security.
Pure Hacking, Australia's leading specialist information security consultancy today confirmed the appointment of two new security experts and the establishment of a new Strategic Security Practice. The new hires, Jonathan Carter, Principal Security Consultant and Head of Strategic Security, together with David Muscat, Senior Security Consultant will be responsible for security and governance consulting reviews against systems, networks, devices and applications for clients across a variety of industry sectors.
If you're running Skype on a Mac, the word has come that you need to apply a free update to whack a worm and make it squirm and scoot off into oblivion.
- Pure Hacking, the Australian experts in helping organisations protect their information assets today confirmed that its Chief Technology Officer, Ty Miller, has been confirmed on the official Black Hat 2011 conference program as a Trainer. Miller will be running a multi-day, high intensity training course, 'The Shellcode Lab' to develop and understand shellcode in a hands-on environment. Course attendees will gain a thorough knowledge and practical skill set on how to create shellcode and tune their elite security skills. This is the second program appearance for Miller at the world's most high profile security event. He previously presented his development of 'Reverse DNS Tunneling Shellcode' at the Black Hat event in 2008.
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