Security Analytics

February 24, 2015

CARBANAC: the common man who changes into a god. "There are people in the street. I think they are hunting for Carbanac." A form raced up beside his own, the mighty body of Carbanac—Carbanac transformed into a monster, and out of whose lungs came bellowings that were like the roarings... Read More

June 06, 2013

In the last year or so, we’ve seen significant growth in attacks on web servers, as opposed to the more traditional attacks on individual users. The instigators of these attacks use the higher levels of available bandwidth and processor power to unleash particularly effective DDoS attacks against banks and other... Read More

May 30, 2013

It won’t come as breaking news I’m sure, but technology marketing professionals have an insatiable appetite for hot buzzwords and trendy terms. It’s easy to understand, I suppose - when a particular concept starts breaking out of tech forums and into mainstream editorial, it’s a tremendous opportunity to capitalize on... Read More

May 17, 2013

For those interested in Information Security, there is a LOT of information out there. In addition to the shows, conferences and seminars, there are vendor briefings and webinars, analyst White Papers, industry studies like those from Verizon and Mandiant, websites like Ars Technica and Dark Reading, dozens of blogs by... Read More