Supporting Open Source At MindPoint Group we recognize the value that open source software provides and we work to support it in several ways. First, we support open source software by making our own contributions to the community. Much of the software we write is open, available for use, and published in our GitHub organization.
Despite returning from AWS re:Invent over two weeks ago, many of us are still recovering from a fun but exhausting conference. With half our team green to re:Invent and the other half veterans of the conference, the shock and awe of an intensive schedule of boot camps, technical and marketing sessions, networking, manning our booth,
I recently had the pleasure of leading a project implementing a security monitoring solution in a small organization. Based on some common mistakes in implementations as well as misperceptions about Security Operations Centers (SOCs) I wrote a white paper which will hopefully serve as a helpful starting point for those in small and mid-sized organizations
The blogosphere has lit up in the last several days with details of an attack that involves the company that makes one of the most widely-used 2-factor authentication solutions. RSA, a subsidiary of EMC, the maker of the SecurID 2-factor authentication system was hacked by what they are calling an advanced persistent threat (APT). RSA
Recently, I was asked to put together a white paper describing some work we’ve done related to supporting a vulnerability management program. The paper outlines what vulnerability management is and what a well-implemented vulnerability management program can bring to your organization. Regardless of size or sensitivity of data, managing your organizations vulnerabilities, and ultimately its