Monthly Archives: November 2013

Turning Concern into Action

Edward Snowden’s data leakage at the NSA has certainly caused a ripple effect across the entire IT landscape, forcing organizations across all industries to take a closer look at their current security defenses. At the McAfee FOCUS conference in October this year, we conducted a survey to examine just how closely security professionals were rethinking their approaches to security as a result of the NSA incident. And just as important – if not more – was determining how many of those professionals were actually converting these attitudes to action.

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Tagged Image File Format (TIFF) – The Latest MS Vulnerability to hit the Market

As the dust settles on the notorious IE zero-day exploit which was fixed in October’s Patch Tuesday, a fresh zero-day utilizing Tagged Image File Format (TIFF) files makes an appearance.

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