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Content posted in May 2017
The State of the Internet Is... Scary
Curt Franklin  
5/31/2017   3 comments
Mary Meeker's annual Internet report contains bad news and more bad news when it comes to security.
Lessons From Chipotle's Big Customer Data Breach
Curt Franklin  
5/30/2017   2 comments
Burritos with a side of delicious guacamole and potential identity theft.
Take Security Now's Vault 7 Survey
Curt Franklin  
5/30/2017   1 comment
WannaCry was the first shot from the Vault 7 arsenal. When will we see the second shot?
New Insight on WannaCry's Roots
Curt Franklin  
5/26/2017   3 comments
Is it possible we've been looking in the wrong direction for the source of the WannaCry attack?
Microsoft Buys Hexadite for Security Automation
Curt Franklin  
5/25/2017   6 comments
Microsoft's latest acquisition appears to be Hexadite, raising the question: What would more cloud security automation mean for your organization?
Welcome to Security Now
Curt Franklin  
5/24/2017   6 comments
Security Now is a community for you, no matter what your role in IT security.
Mocana Lands $11M Funding for IoT Security
Curt Franklin  
5/16/2017   Post a comment
New round of funding brings IoT security company's total to $93.6 million.
WannaCry Continues at a Slowed Pace
Curt Franklin  
5/16/2017   1 comment
Hold off on that big sigh of relief. WannaCry isn't dead, yet.
Global Ransomware Attack Strikes 70K Systems (& Counting)
Curt Franklin  
5/12/2017   1 comment
A wave of ransomware attacks based on a Shadow Brokers vulnerability strikes Telefonica and organizations worldwide.
Verizon Hides User Apps With New SDP Service
Curt Franklin  
5/5/2017   Post a comment
Verizon offers a new SDP service to enhance customer application security.
Leading Lights 2017 Finalists: Most Innovative Security Strategy
Curt Franklin  
5/3/2017   7 comments
Six companies made the finals in this competitive category of Leading Lights 2017.




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