Recently, we were pentesting a Data mining and Analytics company. The amount of data that they talked about is phenomenal and they are planning to move to Big Data. They invited me to write a blog on state of the art, Big Data security concerns and c
On 11th of May, a security headline broke out in the news, it was about an attack on USIS (U.S. Investigations Services) conducted potentially by Chinese state-sponsored hackers via a vulnerability in SAP Software. Hackers broke into third-party
We continue our series of posts giving a review of one of the most frequent vulnerability which affects a lot of SAP modules: cross-site scripting, or XSS. Today's post describes how to protect SAP NetWeaver ABAP from XSS.
From the developer’s perspec
With the increasing need of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) IoT security, comes the part of vulnerability management in these networks. Unlike the IP security, BLE security framework is not yet mature. The newer version of BLE have enhanced the s
There has been much discussion of "software liability," and whether new laws are needed to encourage or require safer software. My presentation will discuss how -- regardless of whether new laws are passed -- a tidal wave of litigation over defective
It has been suggested that any new development will include less than 1% original code. If this isn’t presently true, it will likely be as time progresses.
With any security program, the goal is to identify the vulnerabilities, the relate
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