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DeepSec 2018 Talk: Global Deep Scans – Measuring Vulnerability Levels across Organizations, Industries, and Countries – Luca Melette & Fabian Bräunlein

Published on September 25, 2018 By sanna

Metrics are plentiful, but they are hard to come by when it comes to meaningful numbers. This is why we were amazed by the submission of Luca Melette and Fabian Bräunlein. Why? This is why: “We introduce global deep scans that provide insights into the security hygiene of all organizations exposed to the Internet. Our […]

DeepSec 2016 Talk: Assessing the Hacking Capabilities of Institutional and Non-institutional Players – Stefan Schumacher

Published on November 3, 2016 By sanna

Cyberwar, Cyberterror and Cybercrime have been buzzwords for several years now. Given the correct context, using cyber has merits. However Cyber-Headlines are full with Cyber-Reports about Cyber-Incidents, Cyber-Hacking and Cyber-Cyber in general. However, that whole discussion does not only suffer from sensationalism of journalists and bloggers, there are also some fundamental problems, says Stefan Schumacher. […]

„Cyber Cyber Cyber“ revisited – Information Warfare

Published on July 5, 2013 By lynx

So far we haven’t commented on the ongoing season of the Game of Spooks miniseries. We wait for the break after the last episode – provided there is one. However we have written about information warfare and espionage in this blog. Enter secrets. During DeepSec 2012 the concept of „cyber war“ was heavily explored. Eventually […]

SecInt: Radar for Anti-Security Movement

Published on July 7, 2011 By lynx

We have been talking to some journalists in the past weeks. Most questions revolved around the rise in attacks against well-known web sites and their companies (or vice versa). Jeffrey Carr has published a good source for an overview of Anti-Security groups. If you are looking what to put on your radar, his article might […]