Category: Threat Assessment

Payload and Event Reporting by MetaFlows CEO Livio Ricciulli, Part III

MetaFlows is a network security monitoring tool implementing some unique capabilities in today’s ever-changing security environment. They are allowing security administrators access to not only aggregated threat information for their own network, but are also alerting them to potential global threats in their enterprise spaces. I am finishing up my interview today with MetaFlows CEO Livio Ricciulli, looking at how they are able to aggregate threat information while maintaining security in a cloud-based solution.

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Network Security Performance Tuning by MetaFlows CEO Livio Ricciulli, Part II

Network security monitoring is a constantly changing environment of both tools and methodologies. Most of them today, however, have used a lone “cowboy” mentality where datacenter solutions operate independently. MetaFlows is changing that. Today, I am continuing my interview with MetaFlows CEO Livio Ricciulli, discussing how their product is optimizing network security monitoring and performance.

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Network Security Monitoring delivered through a “Software as a Service” Model by MetaFlows CEO Livio Ricciulli, Part I

Enterprise organizations face the daily challenge of ever-growing threats to their network and IT infrastructure. Not only are these threats growing, but they are constantly changing as well, forcing companies to adapt by changing not only their tools but also their training. Today, I’m talking with MetaFlows CEO Livio Ricciulli about how MetaFlows is addressing these problems by delivering network security monitoring using the “Software as a Service” model.

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Think AES is Unbreakable? RSA Security’s Shamir Debunks that Notion

The 2008 Crypto Conference provided a lot to talk about this year. If you didn’t know a Crypto Conference existed, you aren’t alone, but it is where the best and brightest mathematicians gather to discuss cryptographic and cryptoanalytic research. However at this conference Adi Shamir (the “S” in RSA Security that stands for Rivest, Shamir and Adleman and that is now owned by EMC) gave a presentation for a new attack on encryption systems called the “cube attack”. The ramifications of this attack sent a collective shockwave across the data security sector. Since encryption is revered as our best alternative and last safe harbor from data exposure, any weakness shown by encryption algorithms can have a dramatic ripple effect in data security.

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FTC Issues Red Flag Rules Reminder; Ensuring IT is Ready as Unlimited Liability Looms on the Horizon

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently issued a reminder to financial companies of the upcoming November 1st 2008 deadline to be in compliance with the identity theft prevention program, and the pursuant FTC “Red Flag Rules.” If this is news to you, then you probably aren’t alone; but you should make yourself aware as your company might be subject to this regulation.

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