Posts Tagged 'network security'
One question I often hear is “When will Intel Security (McAfee) publish a report on the latest threat?” It seems to be a hot trend today for security companies to offer reports with topics such as “Operation X” or “Malware Y,” or to trumpet how many zero-day vulnerabilities they have found. Do we now measure […]
Internet of Things (IoT) needs “white networks” to scale and deliver the assurance we require for machine-things; white as in “clean and pure”. The IoT will contain all the devices on the current internet, plus many new devices used for machine-to-machine and industrial applications and services. In contrast to a “white network” I would assess […]
We’ll be releasing four blog posts over the next week. Each blog will contain a repeated clue word to help you solve the puzzle below. Track all four clues to help solve the final puzzle and a chance to win a Nikon D3200 DSLR camera and 18-55mm lens!. To enter the contest, after the […]
Exploit kits are toolkits that malicious developers use to take advantage of client-side vulnerabilities, targeting web browsers and programs that can be accessed through browsers. The most common exploit targets are Java, Flash, PDFs, and Silverlight. Exploit kits use lots of techniques to evade detection by security products. Exploit kits use several common techniques: Code […]
While the dust in Las Vegas may still be settling from three jam-packed days of security discussions, demos, expert panels, and more, we‘ve brought back with us valuable takeaways and tales from FOCUS 14. During the 7th annual McAfee FOCUS conference, brought to you by Intel Security, we talked with partners about the future of […]