I find that good, law-abiding citizens are fascinated by what I do. I’m a penetration tester, a.k.a. “white hat” or “ethical” hacker. In other words, companies hire me to break into their systems for living
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A father-son duo came from out of nowhere with a more clever idea to protect networks from hackers—and now have a $1.75 billion startup with $160 million in the bank. When Steven Sinofsky first saw Tanium
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The RSA show this past week in San Francisco was quite a gathering. Having attended RSA every year for the past 10, I’d say this was the biggest and busiest show yet. This is not surprising, given all
When recently-appointed president of RSA, Amit Yoran, opened his company’s flagship conference yesterday, he warned the security industry was living in the dark ages. Protections just aren’t working, said.
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