Tag Archives: APT

Authentication After the RSA breach: Sticking to Hard Tokens Could be a Mistake

September 20, 2011 by Bill Conner     No Comments

Blogmaster Note: This was originally posted on September 20, 2011 to the ComputerWorld UK Security Blog. The role of authentication as part of the CISO’s armory has been subject to some serious debate in recent months. In the wake of the RSA data breach, and the subsequent news of customers’ compromised data, the ability of [Read More...]

What’s on CISO’s minds?

July 13, 2011 by David Mahdi     No Comments

A few weeks ago, I attended an InfoSec conference in Brussels, Belgium – “Enterprise Security Exchange”.
Overall, it was a great conference, as I was able to have great discussions with CISO’s of many known and respected global organizations.

Filed Under: Identity Assurance, Mobility Tagged With: authentication, CIO, CISO

APT and Layered Authentication

June 21, 2011 by Gary Moore     No Comments

I was recently speaking with someone about their infrastructure and an issue they were addressing. Their infrastructure is based around Active Directory. It is a standard implementation that uses AD to identify end entities, grant privilege and to push policy. The issue is that they are faced with an Advanced Persistent Threat against this existing [Read More...]