If you’re looking for a way to safely check URLs for bad content, Lenny Zeltser had a great list of free online tools for you.
Tag Archives: URL
Safely Check Bad URLs
Filed under Free, How to..., Security, Technology
If Your Password Disappears, Look 4 it
If you enter a password into a login box and your password disappears, look for it!
I’m serious, because it happened again today. Not to me, but to my colleague.
Filed under Security, Security Scout
Internal Attacker Detected: Conclusion
Minutes later, one of the security techs met me at Lynn’s cube with a box that we quickly filled with the contents of her desk: files, CDs, DVDs, notedpads, books, etc. The other help desk analysts in adjacent cubes looked at us with silent questions on their faces.
I noticed that one of them was a new employee that had attended my security presentation in employee orientation last week, so he knew who I was. That meant rumors would spread quickly. While I never enjoyed walkouts, they reminded the staff that security incidents have consequences.
This is a multi-part series. See Internal Attacker Detected: Part 1, Internal Attacker Detected: Part 2, and Internal Attacker Detected: Part 3.
Others on my team had already imaged the old computer and had started imaging the new one across the network as soon as my meeting with Lynn began (by design, she was not told of the meeting beforehand). Both images would be sent off to the Forensics team.
Filed under Case Files, Security, Security Scout
For Easier Reading and Linking, click PRINT
To make it easier to read articles on the Internet that span multiple pages, look for a Print button or link on the page.
Most of the time, the link is at the bottom of the page, but sometimes the Print link is at the top (of course, not all web sites offer this, but most of the online magazines do).
Filed under How to..., Written by Skyyler
What IT Auditors Ought to Know – and Don’t!
Here’s my list of IT/security basics that I think IT auditors ought to know. If you can’t understand and audit these items, you do not know enough about technology to avoid having the wool pulled over your irises (not matter how good an auditor you are). The list is in no particular order.
If you’re a CISA or CISSP and you don’t know the following, I think you have some work to do.
Filed under Audit, How to..., Security, Technology