How important are security APIs ?

Over the last couple months I have spent time on the road talking to our amazing customers and industry leaders. The list represents some of the largest companies and most forward-looking security executives, practitioners, and responders in the industry.

These conversations produced one glaring trend that stands out to me. That is the need for security technologies to connect technically and work together. Unfortunately, attackers and the threat landscape have evolved faster than the vast majority of the industry, and today ...

RSA Gumshoes Panel Questions

We are happy to announce that our amazing panel at RSA is happening for the second consecutive year. The panel, “Gumshoes Part Deux – Security Investigative Journalists Speak Out” is your chance to hear from some of the top experts on the planet: @nicoleperlroth, @briankrebs, @kpoulsen, and @josephmenn.

While we will give all live attendees an opportunity to ask questions on Wednesday, April 22 at 9:10 a.m., we recognize not all of you can be there, so we are soliciting your questions beforehand ...

CactusCon, AZ

I had the pleasure of presenting at CactusCon in Mesa, AZ last weekend. Getting on the plane en route to Arizona, I wasn’t really sure what to expect. Would there be a lot of people? It’s on the ASU campus, so maybe there would be a lot of students there? Not to my surprise, this had a very similar feel to most of the BSides events that I had attended in the past. It was full of many like-minded ...

BSides Austin, TX

Last week, on March 12 and 13, 2015, I had the opportunity to attend and present at BSides Austin. The conference was two full days of exciting talks and conversations ranging from general security practices to privacy concerns.

About 250 people attended, but I never felt lost in the crowd or afraid to chime in on group discussions. Engaging with so many smart and passionate people excitedly explaining their ideas reaffirmed that I have made a great choice ...

Internet of Things Security?

Reports show that as little as 10 percent of businesses have formally adopted Internet of Things (IoT) devices in their IT environments. But if the security community has learned one thing from the history of shadow IT, it’s that informal adoption of IoT devices in the enterprise is already much higher. OpenDNS Security Labs invites its readers to participate in this quick and anonymous survey regarding IoT use on business networks.

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