NSA publishes IPv6 Security Guidance

The National Security Agency (NSA) published guidance to help Department of Defense (DoD) and other system administrators identify and mitigate security issues associated with a transition to Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). IPv6 Security Guidance highlights how several security issues can surface in networks that are new to IPv6, or in early phases of the […]

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Photos: Cybersecurity marketers gather at Cyber Marketing Con 2022

Help Net Security is attending Cybersecurity Marketing Society’s Cyber Marketing Con 2022 in Arlington, VA. Here’s a look at the event. Nathan Burke, CMO, Axonius Carmen Harris, Director, Product and Technology Communications, Sumo Logic Robin Campbell-Burt, CEO, Code Red Communications – Tanya Loh, Head of Marketing and Community, Forgepoint Capital – Melissa Goldberger, CMO, SafeBreach […]

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Cybertech NYC 2022 video walkthrough

Help Net Security is in New York City this week for Cybertech NYC 2022 at the Javits Center. This event, which focuses on innovation and the future of cyber, brings together prominent cyber leaders, both from the New York City cyber ecosystem and around the globe. This video provides a closer look at this year’s […]

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Security “sampling” puts US federal agencies at risk

Titania launched an independent research report that uncovers the impact of exploitable misconfigurations on the security of networks in the US federal government. The study, “The impact of exploitable misconfigurations on the security of agencies’ networks and current approaches to mitigating risks in the US Federal Government“, finds that network professionals report that they are […]

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