Malware is created for a number of different purposes and often targeted at a specific industry or type of software. Such is the case for Point-Of-Sale systems, those systems that process transactions in a retail environment are highly sought after by attackers as they can be a gold mine for credit card data. Tenable's products can be used to detect if such malware, for example the recently discovered Trojan.POSRAM (aka "The BlackPOS malware" as references by the Kreb's on Security Blog) in the following ways:
A new compliance plugin allows Nessus users to assess the configuration of FortiGate devices running on the FortiOS operating system.
This year I was asked to come speak at S4, a conference hosted by Digital Bond every January for the past 14 years. I was scheduled to speak on the OTDay, a free day for conference attendees intended to:
A new update to the Nessus vulnerability scanner user interface, version 2.1, is now available. Nessus UI 2.1 provides enhanced access to scan results, remediations, and detailed information.
Have you ever tried to navigate the PCI website and gotten lost and confused?
Are you part of the 99% of companies that must traverse the PCI Compliance landscape as part of the “Self-Assessment” or “do-it-yourself” crowd?
Have you been overwhelmed by vendor claims of “PCI made easy” or “PCI Compliance in 10 minutes” or “PCI in a Box”?
Does it bother you that the answers to your questions are often tied to the product/solution the vendor is selling?
I’m very happy to announce that I have recently joined Tenable as a Technical Manager.