Phishing Attacks – Overcoming Bad User Behavior

This is gold! Big thanks to BeyondTrust for articulating phishing attacks, and how often and easy they occur! No, no we are not talking about a wild attack between a fish and a man on a boat, we’re talking malicious ... »

Dropbox Hack Leads to Dumping of 68m User Passwords on the Internet

Data stolen in 2012 breach, containing encrypted passwords and details of around two-thirds of cloud firm’s customers, has been leaked. Popular cloud storage firm Dropbox has been hacked, with over 68m users’ email addresses and passwords dumped on to the ... »

Crew Interview: Susan Singleton

Today marks the third week of Secure Sense Crew Interview, a little q&a, so you can get to know the phenomenal technical and sales teams we have here! For our third interview, to show off our crew, we present to ... »

Why You Don’t Shouldn’t Use WiFi at an Airbnb Rental

The threat exploded at the most recent Black Hat conference when security expert Peter Galloway  proclaimed what he had done on a recent vacation: he went back to his Airbnb rental and attacked the WiFi network.  “Within five minutes flat, I ... »

Information Security Tips for Large Organizations

It seems these days like the majority of companies are starting to get over the “it will never happen to me” mentality, and have realized it’s not a matter of IF, but WHEN. In July we blogged about Information Security ... »