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What is wrong with CyberSecurity? According to an article in The Hill the new DHS breach illustrates perfectly what is wrong with today's cyber security practices. They say that "organizations should focus less on how a breach occurred (hacking, insider, fraud, etc.) and focus more on building up and preserving customer trust in their [...]

By |January 11th, 2018|General|Comments Off on Week in CyberSecurity

Protect yourself on public Wi-Fi networks

Firewalls come in many forms and often do not offer enough protection. In this blog post I describe a little project I've done to see how we can use a hardware firewall with Suricata based intrusion prevention in a somewhat portable way. Paranoid or necessary? I'd say necessary, considering the myriad of attacks that [...]

By |November 21st, 2017|Cyber Security, General, WiFi|Comments Off on Protect yourself on public Wi-Fi networks

Virtual Reality Support in OpenPMF & SCRAMS

Walk virtually through your information flows. ObjectSecurity OpenPMF  now supports virtual reality and 3D (beta version).  OpenPMF 3D automatically creates a graph (nodes + edges) visualization of the imported information about your systems and applications alongside the "drag and drop" visualization that has been supported for several years. ObjectSecurity's SCRAMS product (robust prototype) also supports [...]

By |October 20th, 2017|General|Comments Off on Virtual Reality Support in OpenPMF & SCRAMS

Dynamic whitelisting and security policy automation.

Many Cybersecurity experts have said for years that we need to do better whitelisting, and that relying on blacklisting and anomaly detection is not good enough anymore. Unfortunately, organizations often cannot technically implement the comprehensive security policies they want to (or should want to). This is because there are too many overlapping technical configs [...]

By |August 14th, 2017|Company news, Conference, Events, General, San Diego|Comments Off on Dynamic whitelisting and security policy automation.

What is Security Policy Automation?

Today’s information age would have felt like out of a sci-fi movie to someone 20 years ago. More data has been created in the past two years than in the entire previous history of the human race. 1.7MB of data is created for every human per second. Within 4 years, we will have generated [...]

By |March 30th, 2017|ABAC, Access control, Education, General, IoT security, OpenPMF, PBAC, Security Policy Automation|Comments Off on What is Security Policy Automation?

CyberSecurity and the C-Suite in 2017. Interview with Ulrich Lang, CEO/Founder ObjectSecurity

The number one IT expense in 2017 is predicted to be cybersecurity. Gartner expects the market to reach one trillion dollars by 2020, and according to the Harvard Business Review cybersecurity will be the fourth most important item that will be discussed in the boardroom in 2017 —  right after corporate strategy, political changes and shareholder [...]

By |February 19th, 2017|Events, General, OpenPMF, Video|Comments Off on CyberSecurity and the C-Suite in 2017. Interview with Ulrich Lang, CEO/Founder ObjectSecurity

OpenPMF v4.0 Launch Events

ObjectSecurity is proud to release OpenPMF 4.0, a major new product version in mid-February 2017. ObjectSecurity invites you to the OpenPMF 4.0 launch events during RSA Expo week (Feb 13 & 14, 2017) and to our virtual online launch event. ObjectSecurity invites you to the OpenPMF 4.0 launch events, which will be held at Elan Event Venue [...]

By |January 22nd, 2017|Channel Partner Program, Company news, Conference, Events, General, Location, OpenPMF, San Francisco Bay Area|Comments Off on OpenPMF v4.0 Launch Events

The Need for Better Cybersecurity Prioritization Metrics

Most organizations are overwhelmed, understaffed, and/or underfunded when it comes to cybersecurity. These constraints create a critical need to prioritize on the most critical cybersecurity measures. However, often these priorities are unclear or hard to determine, leading to less-than-optimal cybersecurity product purchases and/or activities. This is because the metrics about which overarching cybersecurity priorities matter [...]

By |January 10th, 2017|General|Comments Off on The Need for Better Cybersecurity Prioritization Metrics

Hackers Attack Every 39 Seconds

A Clark School study at the University of Maryland is one of the first to quantify the near-constant rate of hacker attacks of computers with Internet access. Source: Securitymagazine.com The study, conducted by Michel Cukier, Clark School assistant professor of mechanical engineering and affiliate of the Clark School's Center for Risk and Reliability and [...]

By |January 7th, 2017|From the web, General|Comments Off on Hackers Attack Every 39 Seconds

OpenPMF 4.0 Explainer & Demo Videos

In this video, ObjectSecurity founder & CEO Dr. Ulrich Lang explains and showcases the major new release 4.0 of our OpenPMF product.  OpenPMF™ makes security policy manageable through automation. It gives you powerful security policy implementation that is also effortless to manage. It allows you to improve protection, monitoring, testing, and documenting – for your information, [...]

By |December 14th, 2016|Access control, Company news, General, Model-driven security, OpenPMF|Comments Off on OpenPMF 4.0 Explainer & Demo Videos
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