Audio Video Media Forensics
October 13, 2015, Brian Prendergast, Forensic Consultant, Coalfire Labs
Our media forensics practice is a fast growing part of Coalfire. We’re often asked what we can do, and this post is intended to be a quick primer to provide some background if you’re in need of this service and what you can expect from us and others in the field.
Coalfire Contributes to New Book on Cybersecurity
October 12, 2015, Larry Jones, CEO
Today marks the launch of a new book published by the New York Stock Exchange and Palo Alto Networks called, "Navigating the Digital Age: The Definitive Cybersecurity Guide for Directors and Officers." I’m proud to have worked with my predecessor, the late Rick Dakin, to contribute a chapter to this book, which provides boards, executives, and officers at enterprises, government agencies, and other organizations with useful, expert advice on how to best protect their businesses from cyberattacks.
Report from the PCI SSC North American Community Meeting
October 08, 2015, Joseph Tinucci, Senior Director, Managed Services
The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council held their 2015 North American Community Meeting this year in Vancouver, BC, from September 29 – October 1. Coalfire was well represented at the meeting, with Dan Fritsche, Managing Director, Application Security, making two presentations at the event (Point-to-Point Encryption and Securing Virtual Payments). Since I was also there, and I am a guest blogger for the Treasury Institute for Higher Education’s PCI DSS blog, I posted about the PCI DSS trends that I observed at the meeting.
WS2-Cybersecurity Fundamentals Workshop
October 01, 2015, Justin Orcutt, Regional Sales Manager
(2 day Workshop) Saturday 17 October - Sunday 18 October, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Chip Cards Finally Come to America – But What Does it Mean for Merchants and Consumers?
October 01, 2015, Andrew Barratt, Managing Director, Europe
Like it or not, today the U.S. finally adopts EMV technology. While the implementation by most major retailers and large U.S. banks is expected to be delayed, the “chip and PIN” card types are coming to America to stay.
The real debate is, will EMV adoption do anything for card data security?
Andrew Barratt, Coalfire’s Managing Director of Europe, explained some lessons learned from the United Kingdom. He sat down with John Rostern, executive vice president, to discuss the EMV liability shift.