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The Q1 2015 State of the Internet - Security Report is due out next month, and we think the week of RSA Conference 2015 is a good time to start previewing sections.Let's begin with the potential security risks of widespread IPv6 adoption.
As RSA Conference 2015 attendees continue to finalize evening schedules, here's a suggestion: Come by our event with AT&T. Meet and mingle with Akamai, AT&T and your fellow security professionals. Enjoy libations and hors d'oeuvres. Location: The Burritt Room, Mystic Hotel Date & Time: Wednesday, April 22 7:30-10:30 p.m. Register today to attend this invitation-only reception at Burritt Room in the historic Mystic Hotel just North of Union Square in
A lot of attention is on RSA Conference 2015, which commences a week from Monday. But let's not forget that BSidesSF is also that week. Below is a full agenda for the event, which is April 19 and 20 at the OpenDNS offices at 135 Bluxome St., San Francisco.Related: Akamai at RSA Conference 2015
It's two weeks until RSA, the biggest security conference of the year. For first-timers, this is the time to start preparing and understanding what lies ahead. It can be an overwhelming experience, with two loud exhibit halls, too many evening events to count on two hands, and so many talks it can be hard to choose what's best for your interests.To that end, here's some advice for RSA 2015, which takes
After last week's news that RSA Conference 2015 will ban so-called booth babes, I heard from a lot of people who agree vendors need to find other ways to attract attention during security conferences. Others felt the issue was nothing but useless security industry drama, but there is a lesson in this discussion for marketers.One reader told me the use of booth babes isn't the result of bad intentions. It's
Welcome to the inaugural episode of Akamai's State of the Internet Security Podcast. This will be an ongoing podcast series where I talk to Akamai security researchers about the threats they are tracking and the defenses they identify. Episode 1 takes us to a fairly new attack technique that exploits Microsoft's SQL Server Resolution Protocol. Our research team recently discovered that the bad guys are using a reflection-based tactic to
This week, MIT holds its 2015 STAMP Conference. Staff from Akamai InfoSec will participate in this event, which makes perfect sense given our close ties and history with MIT.
Akamai is aware that details are now available for the OpenSSL vulnerabilities we first told you about on Tuesday. The full OpenSSL Security Advisory is available here and outlines 14 different issues. At this time, most of the issues don't appear to affect Akamai, though we continue to investigate. One of the high-severity vulnerabilities affects OpenSSL v1.0.2., which Akamai does not yet use. Another issue, outlined in CVE-2015-0204, was previously
Akamai is aware of an announcement from OpenSSL revealing vulnerabilities in the OpenSSL stack. Based on information provided by the OpenSSL team, the high-severity vulnerability only affects OpenSSL v1.0.2. Akamai does not use this version of OpenSSL and is therefore not susceptible to that vulnerability. We continue to investigate, however. The full advisory will be available on March 19. Akamai will have further details about our response plans at that