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Blockchain for Cybersecurity

Authors: Edward Hackbarth, Ulrich Lang   (Original Version: June 24, 2019) Today we would like to present an interesting use case for blockchain to improve cybersecurity. One of DARPA's original design features of the Internet was to ensure connectivity is resilient to partial failures. This was achieved through decentralization and recovery from failures. With [...]

By |June 24th, 2019|General|Comments Off on Blockchain for Cybersecurity

ObjectSecurity Completed $750k Contract

PRESS RELEASE: ObjectSecurity Completed $750k Government Contract to Advance DoD Capabilities in Supply Chain Risk Analysis ObjectSecurity is Using Graph Analysis to Improve and Automate Supply Chain Risk Analysis for the DoD San Diego, Calif. – May 19, 2019 – ObjectSecurity, The Security Automation Company, today announced that it has completed a [...]

By |May 19th, 2019|DO NOT SHOW ON FRONT PAGE, General|Comments Off on ObjectSecurity Completed $750k Contract

AFMEP: Air Force Supply Chain Challenge Finalist & ITC2019 expo

AFMEP Microelectronics Analysis ObjectSecurity's AFMEP prototype is an innovative solution to analyze microelectronics circuit boards. It automatically collects relevant information about the analyzed microelectronics device from images and scans of the analyzed device, as well as many public and vendor-provided sources. Thanks to its automation under the hood [...]

By |May 10th, 2019|General|Comments Off on AFMEP: Air Force Supply Chain Challenge Finalist & ITC2019 expo

ObjectSecurity @ Air Force Technology Acceleration Program (TAP)

ObjectSecurity has been selected to participate in the first cohort of the Air Force Small Business Innovation Research Technology Acceleration Program (SBIR TAP), a program that assembles companies that have received Small Business Innovation Research contracts from the federal government and identifies promising SBIR technologies that have not yet been developed [...]

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Our JIFX 19-3 supply chain experimentation

ObjectSecurity will participate in the Joint Interagency Field Experimentation 19-3 end of April 2019 at Camp Roberts, CA. Our experimentation will involve our SCRAMS and OpenPMF technologies. We will be part of experiment: "I-01 - Multi-Pronged Global Supply Chain Risk Management". CONTACT Capability Statement Register

By |April 5th, 2019|DO NOT SHOW ON FRONT PAGE, General|Comments Off on Our JIFX 19-3 supply chain experimentation

ObjectSecurity at Navy FST Expo

Meet ObjectSecurity at Navy FST Expo, 10-11 April 2019, booth 207. We will present our security automation technologies, including supply chain risk analysis automation, security policy automation, ethical hacker automation, vulnerability assessor automation and more. We are also presenting at the expo on April 10, 3:50PM. [...]

By |April 5th, 2019|General|Comments Off on ObjectSecurity at Navy FST Expo

Funded opportunity: OpenPMF for USAF

Military/Government Feasibility Study of OpenPMF™ Security Policy Automation We have a current (August/September 2018) funded opportunity for anyone here with good existing inroads into Air Force. Please only contact me if you have existing inroads. We need short-term results, so we don't need cold-calling etc. We also have already contacted a lot of [...]

By |August 10th, 2018|General|Comments Off on Funded opportunity: OpenPMF for USAF

Cyber supply chain risk analysis

Cyber supply chain is the procurement of hardware and software. Supply chain risks  are a major source of IT vulnerabilities, and the different risks are highly interrelated, including cybersecurity risks. In this presentation, I will present a current case study of innovative solutions – based on data aggregation, data analytics & AI – we [...]

By |June 26th, 2018|General|Comments Off on Cyber supply chain risk analysis

VPNFilter Malware Mitigation

VPNFilter is a current malware designed to infect routers. As of 24 May 2018, it is estimated to infect approximately 500,000 to 1,000,000 routers worldwide. It can steal data, contains a "kill switch" designed to destroy the infected router on command, and is able to persist should the user reboot the router. The FBI [...]

By |June 6th, 2018|General|Comments Off on VPNFilter Malware Mitigation

What should you do about Facebook privacy

By Dr. Ulrich Lang, CEO The press is full of coverage of Facebook's privacy breaches. The sad part of the story is that many security and privacy professionals (including myself) have been working for years to create awareness and educate about the issues that are (if you would believe the press coverage) just coming [...]

By |April 13th, 2018|General|Comments Off on What should you do about Facebook privacy
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