What’s Your Computer Thinking About? Examining Random Access Memory (RAM)
December 28, 2016, Robert Meekins, Director, Forensics, Coalfire
How valuable would it be to be able to read another person’s mind? To know what they’re thinking or planning to do would be invaluable. Or, how valuable would it be to know what they have done in the recent past, especially if you believed they were involved in some criminal activity? Who they were talking to, or what they said. If you could recreate the events and determine the timeline of activity, information like this could help you in solving plenty of mysteries.
Law Firm - Forensics Services
December 11, 2014, Jennifer Velnoskey, Regional Sales Director
As cyber threats and attacks have increased year over year, Coalfire has seen a drastic increased need for support to law firms in cybersecurity cases. Attacks and threats vary so often, many law firms lack the skills required to properly evaluate cyber-attacks involving their clients. As such law firms across the nation are looking to partner with skilled cybersecurity companies to provide expert testimony, litigation consulting, and support related to cases involving cyber-attacks.
Secret Services Issues Warning to Hospitality Industry, Now What?
July 25, 2014, Dan Fritsche, Principal, Retail and Financial Services
The U.S. Secret Service has issued an advisory to the hospitality industry to be on alert for keyloggers on the computers in the business center. Whether your hotel received this advice or not, this is something that will undoubtedly affect your business in the near future. We’ve put together this brief guide on reacting to the advisory.
Heartbleed Vulnerability Bug: What You Need to Know
April 10, 2014, Mike Weber, Vice President, Coalfire Labs
The widely publicized heartbleed bug (http://heartbleed.com/) may be impacting as many as 500,000 systems across the Internet. Heartbleed is the name of a vulnerability in the OpenSSL program that powers encrypted communication to many of the world's web sites and private networks. Below you will find out who is affected, what the workarounds are and how Coalfire can help.
It wasn't raining when Noah built the ark
April 01, 2014, Craig Billado, Forensic Analyst, Coalfire Labs
This month movie-goers around the world will flock (possibly two-by-two) to see Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Noah’—a silver-screen adaptation of the timeless biblical story, starring Russell Crow and Jennifer Connelly . Whether one interprets the flood narrative literally or figuratively, this fact remains: the time to prepare for disaster is not after the fact but beforehand. This is true whether the calamity is divine or human in origin.