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What’s the ROI of threat hunting?

How can IT security threat hunters measure success? That's one of the core questions raised in the SANS Threat Hunting Survey, co-sponsored…

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Operation “Shields Up”: web isolation in the U.S. military

How can government organizations, private enterprises, and academic institutions minimize the cybersecurity and privacy risks associated…

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Malvertising: What You Should Know

Large-scale malvertising campaigns have pushed more than a billion malicious ads through online ad networks onto "secure" web browsers. Ad-…


How to Secure Your Content Management System (CMS)

By Derek Handova Content management systems present attractive targets for cybercriminals and state-sponsored adversaries. E-commerce…

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Morale: Recruitment, Retention, and Browsing

During my tenure as the Commanding Officer of the Navy’s defensive cyberspace operations team, I distinctly remember an exit interview with…

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JavaScript: How Browsers Give Away the Store

Did you know? Attackers use  your locally installed browser base and JavaScript to draw up intricate exploit roadmaps for targeted…

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The Gift of Access

I have spent the bulk of my Navy career working to inspire transformational change both at the unit and enterprise levels. Though my navy…

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GDPR: A Letter from Elizabeth Denham

Elizabeth Denham. If your company is doing business in Europe, put that name on top of the list of people you’ll not want to hear from in…

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TRON and Transition

How a military unit uses cloud-based web isolation to "Transfer Risk Off N(on-classified Internet Protocol Router Network)"  

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The Dark Web

Online research seeks to leave no stone unturned. Yet many researchers are hesitant — or not allowed — to explore the dark web. Our series explores the basics of the dark web and how to safely leverage it for a range of investigations in a way that protects researchers and their organizations. 

Understanding the dark web and how it can aid your investigation

3 things to consider before you start your dark web investigation

Essential tools for improving surface and dark web research

Best practices for creating a dark web access policy

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