Consequence of working from home: exposure to smart speakers - ThreatTraq

AT&T CHIEF SECURITY OFFICE (CSO)

AT&T CHIEF SECURITY OFFICE (CSO)

The AT&T Chief Security Office (CSO) establishes policy and requirements, as well as comprehensive programs, to ensure security is incorporated into every facet of AT&T's computing and networking environments. Our technical personnel work in partnership with other AT&T Business Units and Divisions to evaluate threats, determine protective measures, create response capabilities, and ensure compliance with best security practices.

Consequence of working from home: exposure to smart speakers - ThreatTraq

This is a transcript of a recent ThreatTraq video. In it, Don Heatley is interviewing John Markley, Principal Technology Security and Tony Tortorici, Associate Director Technology, Security Platforms, of the AT&T Chief Secrity Office on the topic of smart speakers in a home office setting. While smart speakers wouldn't be appropriate in a corporate office,…

Different threat actors exploiting the coronavirus crisis to send spear phishing campaigns | ThreatTraq

Don’t let coronavirus fears make you vulnerable to phishing scams. Ganesh Kasina and Andy Benavides of the AT&T Chief Security Office along with Jaime Blasco of AT&T Alien Labs discuss the week's top cybersecurity news, and share news on the current trends of malware, spam, and internet anomalies observed on the AT&…

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TrickBot has a trick up its sleeve using UAC | ThreatTraq

Every week the AT&T Chief Security Office produces a series called ThreatTraq with helpful information and news commentary for InfoSec practitioners and researchers. I really enjoy them; you can subscribe to the Youtube channel to stay updated. This is a transcript of a recent feature on ThreatTraq. The video features Manny Ortiz, Director Technology Security, AT&…

Real attacks and fake factories, Honeypots expose risks to smart manufacturing systems. | ThreatTraq

Every week the AT&T Chief Security Office produces a series called ThreatTraq with helpful information and news commentary for InfoSec practitioners and researchers. I really enjoy them; you can subscribe to the Youtube channel to stay updated. This is a transcript of a recent feature on ThreatTraq. The video features Mike Klepper, Principal Architect, AT&T…

Safely downloading applications and more | ThreatTraq Essentials

Every week the AT&T Chief Security Office produces a series called ThreatTraq with helpful information and news commentary for InfoSec practitioners and researchers. I really enjoy them; you can subscribe to the Youtube channel to stay updated. This is a transcript of a recent feature on ThreatTraq. The video features Don Heatley, Principal Technology Security, AT&…

MITRE ATT&CK for Cloud | AT&T ThreatTraq

Every week the AT&T Chief Security Office produces a series called ThreatTraq with helpful information and news commentary for InfoSec practitioners and researchers. I really enjoy them; you can subscribe to the Youtube channel to stay updated. This is a transcript of a recent feature on ThreatTraq. The video features Jaime Blasco, VP and Chief Scientist, AT&…

Smart spy apps on home devices | AT&T ThreatTraq

Every week the AT&T Chief Security Office produces a series called ThreatTraq with helpful information and news commentary for InfoSec practitioners and researchers.  I really enjoy them; you can subscribe to the Youtube channel to stay updated. This is a transcript of a recent feature on ThreatTraq.  The video features Tony Tortorici, Associate Director – Technology…

Zombie code hiding everywhere! ThreatTraq

Every week the AT&T Chief Security Office produces a series called ThreatTraq with helpful information and news commentary for InfoSec practitioners and researchers.  I really enjoy them; you can subscribe to the Youtube channel to stay updated. This is a transcript of a recent feature on ThreatTraq.  The video features John Markley, Principal Technology Security,…

WSD protocol used for amplifying DDoS | ThreatTraq

Every week the AT&T Chief Security Office produces a series called ThreatTraq with helpful information and news commentary for InfoSec practitioners and researchers.  I really enjoy them; you can subscribe to the Youtube channel to stay updated. This is a transcript of a recent feature on ThreatTraq.  The video features Jim Clausing, Principal Member of Technical…

Great Cannon DDOS attacks

It looks like the attackers upgraded the code during the attack to check for Cloudflare and target more URLs: pic.twitter.com/2wqP9gj7pR — chris doman (@chrisdoman) September 2, 2019 Every week the AT&T Chief Security Office produces a series called ThreatTraq with helpful information and news commentary for InfoSec practitioners and researchers.  I really enjoy them;…

GootKit malware bypasses Windows Defender | AT&T ThreatTraq

Photo by Christopher Beddies on Unsplash Every week the AT&T Chief Security Office produces a series called ThreatTraq with helpful information and news commentary for InfoSec practitioners and researchers.  I really enjoy them; you can subscribe to the Youtube channel to stay updated. This is a transcript of a recent…

There’s no such thing as an entry-level job in cybersecurity

Every week the AT&T Chief Security Office produces a series called ThreatTraq with helpful information and news commentary for InfoSec practitioners and researchers.  I really enjoy them; you can subscribe to the Youtube channel to stay updated. This is a transcript of a recent feature on ThreatTraq.  The video features Jonathan Gonzalez,…