Get In Touch
The results are in, Black Friday and Cyber Monday broke all records in 2017 as the total revenue for these days exceeded $11.5 billion. Anticipating that more consumers would shop online, retailers invested in digital experiences and geared up for the holidays by (i) stocking fewer items in stores to reduce inventory costs and (ii) hiring few seasonal workers. Retailers' predictions were accurate, and their investment in digital experiences paid
With the recent influx of news reports regarding security incidents, more Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), Chief Information Officers (CIOs), and IT professionals are reviewing current security infrastructures, policies, and practices to identify potential weaknesses in their security posture. This has long been best practice, but with the progressive use of various attack and threat vectors now employed by malicious actors against businesses, this practice must be constantly in play
Since 2005, when Gartner coined the term, SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) solutions have grown in importance for the security industry. SIEM solutions provide a centralized view to easily access and analyze security information from multiple sources, and then prioritize mitigation efforts based on risk profiles. SIEM also helps organizations meet their security log analysis and incident/event reporting requirements.
By Daniel Franke, Infosec Researcher Akamai is aware of the recently-disclosed "ROCA" vulnerability in cryptographic firmware used in products made by Infineon Technologies. A bug in the firmware's prime-search algorithm used for RSA key generation results in RSA keys that are relatively cheap and inexpensive to factor. The bug impacts Infineon Trusted Platform Modules (TPMs) as well as many smartcards and Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) that use Infineon chips but
Everybody wants to be able to use TLS 1.3. Among the reasons are:
Just like that, another Akamai Edge has come and gone. If you were able to join us this year, I hope you had a chance to stop by my presentation on Threat Intelligence Insights: An In-Depth Analysis of a Fast Flux Botnet.
Akamai is aware of a family of vulnerabilities known as the Key Reinstallation Attack or KRACK. These vulnerabilities abuse implementation flaws found in all modern wireless networks using WPA2. The KRACK attack is effective at the protocol level and therefore affects all systems using current WiFi encryption, including iOS, Linux, Windows and Android. The vulnerabilities allow the attacker to reinstall a previously used cryptographic key. This would allow for the
It has been a very rough month for the information security community. It feels like we've been on the losing end of a championship fight against Floyd Mayweather.
Written by Asaf Nadler and Avi Aminov Updated 2/14/19 After the initial publication of this blog post, Asaf Nadler and Avi Aminov wrote a paper on the detection of malicious and low throughput data exfiltration over the DNS protocol. The DNS protocol is a naming system for host machines and an essential component in the functionality of the Internet. The vast number of domains and subdomains on the Internet today