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Video: eEye’s Support of Government Standards

Posted September 7, 2010    Marc Maiffret

For many years now, eEye has had a strong partnership with the government to help both educate and support important security standards that help to create a common language and framework for security technologies to inter-operate. We have led the way with supporting many government security standards and frameworks within our products and typically well before such standards were even required or certified.

In an effort to cover just a small slice of everything that we do from a government standards and reporting perspective I have put together a short video covering some of the standards we currently support and also those that will be supported in the future. This includes a bit of a hidden message for a major release we have coming in the October time frame, can you spot it?

Signed,
Marc Maiffret

Video: Marc Maiffret on eEye’s Current and Future Support of Government Standards >>

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BeyondTrust to be acquired by Veritas Capital

Posted September 2, 2014    Mike Yaffe

We’re pleased to announce that Veritas Capital plans to acquire BeyondTrust. This is positive news for everyone associated with BeyondTrust, as it will spur significant investments in our Privileged Account Management and Vulnerability Management solutions. Rest assured that the BeyondTrust management team will remain intact, and there will be no changes to the company name,…

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Failing the Security Basics: Backoff Point-of-Sale Malware

Posted August 22, 2014    Marc Maiffret

At the beginning of this month, US-CERT issued a security alert relating to a string of breaches that had been targeting Point of Sale (POS) systems. The alert details that attackers were leveraging brute forcing tools to target common remote desktop applications such as Microsoft’s Remote Desktop, Apple Remote Desktop, Splashtop and LogMeIn among others….

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Troubleshooting Windows Privilege Management Rules with Policy Monitor

Posted August 21, 2014    Jason Silva

When defining and testing PowerBroker for Windows rules for production or pilots, customers sometimes tell us, “I don’t think this policy / program is working.” This is usually a case of the policy not properly triggering because of the way the rule was created. A unique feature of PowerBroker for Windows compared to other solutions is a client-side…

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