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Defending Against the Unknown: Hardware-Enforced Security and Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

Until something even worse comes along, the Log4j remote code execution vulnerability will be the biggest story (and biggest headache) in cybersecurity. But even as security teams around the world work to identify and patch the hundreds of millions of de...
January 6, 2022

Defending Against the Unknown: Hardware-Enforced Security and Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

Until something even worse comes along, the Log4j remote code execution vulnerability will be the biggest story (and biggest headache) in cybersecurity. But even as security teams around ...
January 6, 2022
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After Two Years, DoDIIS Returns to an Environment of Changing Priorities

The Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems (DoDIIS) conference took place in mid-December in Phoenix, AZ. It was great to reconvene with many colleagues we hadn’t seen i...
December 22, 2021

Owl’s Hardware-Enforced Security Provides Reliable Protection Against Log4j Vulnerabilities

Like thousands of other organizations, Owl Cyber Defense began reviewing the potential impact of the Log4j remote code execution vulnerability as soon as the vulnerability was announced. ...
December 17, 2021
Tom Goodman and Jay Abdallah

Cybersecurity Was a *Hot* Topic at the Dubai Airshow

November saw the return of the Dubai Airshow, one of the biggest and most important events in the aviation industry. With an estimated 120,000 attendees, there was a true level of excitem...
December 14, 2021

Cybersecurity Secrets, Courtesy of the Russian FSB

Effective cybersecurity depends on understanding the threat: who is attacking a system, what tactics and techniques they are using, and what they hope to accomplish. Security professional...
December 9, 2021
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