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Thanks for making RSA 2017 a huge success

This year there were 43,000 people in attendance at what is the largest security convention of the year, RSA Conference. The attendance is ...

Why Logs aren’t Enough for Security

 
James Wickett
Feb 09

Meet Signal Sciences At RSA 2017!

Signal Sciences is excited to announce that we are participating in 2017’s upcoming RSA Conference, held February 13–17 at Moscone Center ...

Next up on the Modern Security Series: DevOops: Redux

DevOps toolchains are transforming Modern IT, but hackers can undermine their benefits through poorly implemented or vulnerable DevOps ...

Listening To Web Attacks

There are numerous ways to monitor attack and anomaly activity with Signal Sciences. Integrating with third-party tools like Slack, ...

Tidal Forces and Security Disruption

  I just finished reading a wonderful piece by top notch analyst and thought leader, Rich Mogull entitled “Tidal Forces: The Trends Tearing ...
Tyler Shields
Jan 06

Top Ten Tweets of AppSecUSA 2016

AppSecUSA 2016 wrapped up last week. To recap the event, we have captured what we think are the Top 10 tweets of from the event. We had a ...

Modern Security Series: Dangers of DevOps Monotheism with Jim Manico

Don’t miss this event, register here > https://signalsciences.com/resources/dangers-of-devops-monotheism/ For our seventh episode in the ...

Hacking the Hard Way at the DerbyCon CTF

DerbyCon in Louisville is one of those conferences that you have to go back to every year. While the conference hosts a ton of great talks, ...

Team Member Feature: Erin Shea

Erin Shea — Team Member at Signal Sciences For our first “Team Member Feature” it only seems logical to speak with the first employee of ...

It’s Conference Season

It’s that time again…we’ve sent our kids back to school, football season has started, and now we’re gearing up for conference season. If it ...

Cracking Security Misconceptions Book is now out!

Cracking Security Misconceptions I’m excited to announce the release of the newest O’Reilly security ebook entitled Cracking Security ...
Andrew
Sep 20

Why You Should Be AuditDing with Ryan Huber

ryan huber joins Signal Sciences’ Lunch and Learn series this month! register here For our sixth episode in the series, we are pleased to ...

Top 5 AppSec Defense needs in the Modern Era

Spinning the Top 5 AppSec Defense needs in the Modern Era, Casey Kasem style. The world has been doing AppSec for years now. In fact, lots ...
James Wickett
Sep 13

Introduction to HoneyPy & HoneyDB

Last week, I discussed HoneyPy and HoneyDB at Blackhat and Defcon. This week I wanted to dive a bit deeper into the projects.

HoneyPy at Arsenal and Demo Labs

At this year’s Black Hat & Def Con there were a few firsts for me, and it was probably one of the best experiences I’ve had at these ...

Safely Removing the Last Roadblock to Continuous Delivery with Shannon Lietz

Sign up to attend this episode of Signal Sciences’ Lunch and Learn Series > ...

Blackhat and Defcon… It’s a wrap!

The Signal Sciences’ cabana at Blackhat Last week, we brought the Signal Sciences crew to Blackhat and DEF CON. For the uninitiated, this ...

Security & Steak: Family Dinner at Signal Sciences

All gather round for some seriously good paella. Thanks, Chef  Brian! As Virginia Woolf wisely wrote: “one cannot think well, love well, ...
Erin Shea
Aug 02

Feedback Loops: Seeing the Invisible (Part 2 of 2)

Seeing the Invisible In our last article we discussed feedback loops and taking a defensive thinking approach. We identified three key ...
James Wickett
Jul 21