You can’t have failed to notice the media storm in the IT and security press around the recent vulnerability in the bedrock of the internet – SSL. The service designed to be protecting our data when sent over the big bad public wire has been wide open since early 2012 within many OpenSSL deployments (unpatched OpenSSL 1.01 or 1.02beta).
Topics: 2014 Security Breaches, BYOD, Cyber Security, Nettitude, Penetration Testing, Security Awareness Training, Security Blog, Security Testing, Uncategorized
With the clamour for ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) solutions increasing dramatically in the corporate workplace; IT departments are facing the dilemma of potentially unsecure personal devices connecting to the corporate network and threat of compromise to the once secure environment.
Topics: BYOD, Nettitude, Security Blog, Uncategorized