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Welcome to the Coalfire Blog, a resource covering the most important issues in IT security and compliance. You'll also find information on Coalfire's insights into the unique cybersecurity issues that impact the industries we serve, including Cloud Service Providers, RetailFinancial Services, Healthcare, Higher Education, Payments, Government, Restaurants, and Utilities.

The Coalfire blog is written by the company's leadership team and our highly-credentialed security assessment experts. We look forward to your comments, so please join the conversation.

  • IT Security Horror Story #3: Ghost in the Machine

    October 29, 2013, Andrew Barratt, Managing Director, Europe

    A supernatural sequence of automotive portals and applications yield a ghostly in-car phenomenon. READ MORE…IF YOU DARE -

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  • IT Security Horror Story #2: A Tale of Spooky Hosted Images

    October 29, 2013, Brandon Edmunds, Senior Security Consultant, Coalfire Labs

    Image manipulation madness causes a near disaster for a popular web site. READ MORE…IF YOU DARE -

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  • IT Security Horror Story #1: The Case of the Phantom Blood Red Team

    October 29, 2013, Andrew Barratt, Managing Director, Europe

    An unsuspecting Fortune 100 company allows horrible creatures into their building and systems during a Red Team engagement. READ MORE…IF YOU DARE -

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  • 2013 PCI SSC North America Meeting – Wrap-Up

    October 21, 2013, Matt Getzelman, PCI Practice Director

    Coalfire sent the entire team to the meeting in Las Vegas and everyone reported a positive and engaging experience.  We hosted our annual dinner where we caught up with clients and friends – a good time was had by all. 
    The most valuable technical information was presented during the ‘Assessors Only’ session on Tuesday afternoon.  The SSC covered the upcoming changes to the PCI DSS and PA-DSS standards.  There was an open Q&A session with excellent insight on the industry’s concerns and the SSC’s intent with many of the proposed changes.

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