ATM Jackpotting is Just a Symptom

This was originally posted as an INSIGHT for Wolf & Company, P.C. here. ATM Jackpotting attacks have been making the rounds through the news cycles, but much of the commentary has been missing the point: these attacks are merely a symptom of a bigger issue surrounding ATM management. Many of the controls organizations are implementing on … Continue reading ATM Jackpotting is Just a Symptom

Weekly Recap #4

2018 Verizon DBIR The 2018 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) is here! I may sound like a total fanboy - but I am. I will try to pull out a few good examples for you, but I highly recommend getting yourself a full copy. Download the full report here. Each year there is a … Continue reading Weekly Recap #4

Weekly Recap #3

Earlier this week I was having an interesting conversation with a colleague in the Infosec industry, and the topic of "Is the internet broken beyond repair" came up. I don't mean to sound like a defeatist, but the internet was not designed for the current use-case. Each year there are all sorts of vendor research … Continue reading Weekly Recap #3

Weekly Recap #2

This week's Weekly Recap post comes courtesy of the SANS Reading Room. A particular whitepaper caught my eyes, and is worth calling out a few key points in the hopes that more people will go and read the full document. An Evaluators Guide to Cloud-Based NGAV: The SANS Guide to Evaluating Next-Generation Antivirus (PDF warning) is a … Continue reading Weekly Recap #2

Weekly Recap #1

In an effort to get back on a regular writing schedule, I am planning to post a quick recap on one thing I learn each week. Based on the fire hose of information coming out of my SANS training, finding something new should be easy - making the time to write about it will be … Continue reading Weekly Recap #1