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  • Innovative security research comes to Singapore

    07.09.2015

    Hack In The Box is set to host its first HITB GSEC security event in Singapore next month with a 3 day single track conference and an all women fireside chat session held alongside the main conference program.

  • Mobile SSL failures: More common than they should be

    13.07.2015

    Securing your mobile application traffic is apparently more difficult than it should be, as researchers Anthony Trummer and Tushar Dalvi discovered when looking into SSL/TLS usage on the Android operating system and applications, as well as on iOS and Windows 8 mobile.

  • Rethinking security: Securing activities instead of computers

    15.06.2015

    For many people involved in the infosecurity community, the notion of security is too often tied to the quality of code (resistance to specific classes of bug, for example) and effective patching - in short, to low-level security.

  • How to develop effective honeypots

    11.06.2015

    Honeypots - decoy systems used for learning cyber attackers' capabilities and potential objectives - can be very useful to organizations, businesses, and individuals.

  • IoT is full of gaping security holes, says Shodan creator

    09.06.2015

    John Matherly's Shodan, a search engine that finds Internet-connected devices, can be used for many things: gauging the impact of policies and network security efforts (e.g.




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Harnessing artificial intelligence to build an army of virtual analysts

PatternEx, a startup that gathered a team of AI researcher from MIT CSAIL as well as security and distributed systems experts, is poised to shake up things in the user and entity behavior analytics market.


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