Weekly Security Tips

Weekly Security Tips2018-05-22T16:22:50+00:00
1107, 2018

Third Time’s the Charm – WST

By |July 11th, 2018|

July 12, 2018 Third Time's the Charm - WST WPA is long due for an update. The protocol’s last major overhaul was introduced 13 years ago and now modern technology has [...]

2806, 2018

Reusing passwords is (STILL) a very bad idea! – WST

By |June 28th, 2018|

June 28, 2018 Reusing passwords is (STILL) a very bad idea! - WST Since high profile breaches involving user credentials (usernames and passwords) continue to occur, we thought we’d revisit what [...]

1406, 2018

Who is Responsible for this? – WST

By |June 14th, 2018|Tags: , |

June 14, 2018 Who is Responsible for this? - WST It is fairly common for questions to come up relating to who is responsible for various information security-related systems and monitoring [...]

706, 2018

Interpreting Vulnerability Scan Results – WST

By |June 7th, 2018|

June 7, 2018 Interpreting Vulnerability Scan Results - WST Just about every ISO or administrator has had the (generally) unpleasant experience of getting an Internal Vulnerability Scan performed, and then handed [...]

3105, 2018

Sure, we are patched, I think . . . – WST

By |May 31st, 2018|

May 31, 2018 Sure, we are patched, I think . . . - WST “I heard on the news there’s an important update for our computers.  Are we updated?”  Every admin [...]