Networks are Changing. Security Needs to Keep Up.

Networks are Changing. Security Needs to Keep Up. Introducing the Fortinet Security Fabric Networks are currently undergoing dramatic change. Organizations are simultaneously wrestling with issues such as BYOD, IoT, virtualization, SDN, cloud, the proliferation of applications, Big Data, and the expectations of the next generation of employees to blend their Continue Reading

HTTP/2 & Let’s Encrypt for WordPress

Our web blog is now meeting the latest security standards and making it HTTP2-ready is easier than you think. Here’s how we switched our web blog (https://devblog.plesk.com) running on Plesk + NGINX to HTTPS and made it HTTP/2-ready with a free, SSL certificate from Let’s Encrypt. Before we get into Continue Reading

Get Threat Protection as Savvy as the Attackers Themselves

When it comes to cyber security, the healthcare industry is vulnerable. Providers face substantial regulation around privacy and data security. And hackers have much to gain; recent stats put the black market value of healthcare records at 10 times that of credit card information. Consider these sobering statistics from the Continue Reading

Embracing End-to-end Network Security for Healthcare

When it comes to security, healthcare is in the middle of a perfect storm. On the one hand, access to data distributed across devices and locations is paramount – diverse providers and connected organizations need that data to flow freely in order to do their jobs. While on the other Continue Reading

Stored XSS Vulnerabilites on Foscam

In case you missed it, Fortinet recently introduced the Fortinet Network Security Academy (FNSA) with the objective of providing individuals with advanced cybersecurity skills in order to address the industry’s current skills shortage. To highlight the value of such a program, the team at our French offices regularly collaborate with Continue Reading

cPanel Security Team: exim CVE-2016-1531

cPanel Security Team: exim CVE-2016-1531 Background Information On Wednesday, March 2, 2016, Exim announced a vulnerability in all versions of the Exim software. Impact According to Exim development: “All installations having Exim set-uid root and using ‘perl_startup’ are vulnerable to a local privilege escalation. Any user who can start an Continue Reading

Fortinet and HP Enterprise Join Forces to Help Organizations with their Security Challenges

Fortinet and HP Enterprise Join Forces to Help Organizations with their Security Challenges Fortinet is excited to announce a new partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise Security: an integrated security bundle that combines Fortinet’s lauded NGFWs with HPE’s industry-leading Log Management Platform. Bringing together the FortiGate enterprise firewall and HPE’s Security Continue Reading

We're hosting a Null Singapore meetup!

We’re happy to announce that next week CloudFlare is hosting the Null Security meetup in Singapore. You are invited! Null is a community for hackers and security enthusiasts. Monthly meetups are organized in a number of Asian cities. Read more at http://null.co.in/. The lineup for the February meetup: All you Continue Reading

cPanel Security Team: glibc CVE-2015-7547

cPanel Security Team: glibc CVE-2015-7547 CVE-2015-7547 is a critical vulnerability in glibc affecting any versions greater than 2.9. The DNS client side resolver function getaddrinfo() used in the glibc library is vulnerable to a stack-based buffer overflow attack. This can be exploited in a variety of scenarios, including man-in-the-middle attacks, Continue Reading

Sync Security and Privacy Brief Now Available

Security and privacy are two of the leading issues for users when transferring important data. Keeping data on-premises makes business and IT leaders feel more secure, but comes with technical challenges when there’s a need to share data externally. BitTorrent Sync offers the ability to sync data securely and privately Continue Reading

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