Current Security Trends in 2019

February 07, 2019 | By:

As the information security industry continues to mature, several things have changed, but many of the fundamental issues remain—even in the face of new technologies, threats, and regulations. Understanding and responding to current trends provides the opportunity for security and risk management leaders to better improve security, increase resiliency, and support the business. With renowned…

Iran’s Cyber Spies Looking to Get Personal

January 29, 2019 | By:

CEO David Kennedy gives insight to the broadening presence in the cyberspace that Iran appears to be building. Read the full story from Voice of America News here. “The methods that they use are very effective for going against a lot of different companies,” – David Kenney 

As The Government Shutdown Drags On, Security Risks Intensify

January 16, 2019 | By:

Practice Lead of Research Carlos Perez voices concerns of security risks and knowledge capital loss during the government shutdown. “My friends in the government say their biggest worry is that other states or other actors are going to up their tempo while there are fewer people to watch the systems. But what worries me the…

That Cool New Device May Be Easy To Hack

January 14, 2019 | By:

CEO David Kennedy says the problem is the companies making the gadgets are manufacturers first, software developers second, and often don’t consider security. Listen to his full radio clip with Cincinnati Public Radio News here.

A Major Hacking Spree Gets Personal For German Politicians

January 04, 2019 | By:

CEO David Kennedy comments on a series of tweets throughout December, hackers leaked sensitive data from hundreds of German politicians, including members of the European parliament, German parliament, and regional state parliaments. Read the full story here.

Major US newspapers hit by Cyberattack

December 31, 2018 | By:

Newspapers aren’t immune to technology’s risk. CEO Dave Kennedy spoke with FOX Business on the latest hack and motives that affected newspapers across the country. View the full video “Major US newspapers get hit by cyberattack”

Hacking is getting easier and easier. What you can do to avoid falling victim?

December 28, 2018 | By:

Your new electronic gifts from the holidays can make life easier but it can also make your chances of falling victim to hacking easier too. GRC Practice Lead Alex Hamerstone, says once the hackers are in, they can turn your device into their own personal playground. See the full story, video and tips from WKYC,…

Nest cam hacks show risk of internet-connected devices

December 21, 2018 | By:

“They didn’t actually hack Nest. They used somebody’s password from something else that they were able to get into.” – CEO Dave Kennedy CEO Dave Kennedy shares fundamental security advice for household consumer IoT (Internet of Things) devices in NBC News’ piece “I’m in your baby’s room’: Nest cam hacks show risk of internet-connected devices“…

Webinar Series: Fundamentals of Post-Exploitation with Carlos Perez

December 20, 2018 | By:

Join us for this webinar series starting on Wednesday January 16th at 1:00 EST Learn the basics of post-exploitation from advanced infosec professionals Join Carlos Perez (@darkoperator) as he shares some of the post-exploitation methodology used by TrustedSec security consultants performed during actual attack simulations. Each of the four individual webinars will focus on specific aspects…

5G Poses Higher Security Risk than 4G

December 19, 2018 | By:

Alex Hamerstone of TrustedSec and James Lewis of Center for Strategic and International Studies discuss the possibility of hacking in 5G networks with CNBC’s “Power Lunch” team.