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HPSR Threat Intelligence Briefing - Episode 11

Iranian hacker groups and their allies launched increasing numbers of cyber attacks over the last year, despite strict state controls of Internet traffic including: spying, censorship, and filtering laws and technology. 

 

In this report (see attached report for full content), we examine Iran’s cyber warfare capabilities, particularly the hacker groups that serve as a force multiplier to Iran’s continually expanding cyber presence. The report covers how these groups recruit and train members, the primary actors involved, TTPs, motivations, and indicators of state sponsorship by the regime. Through this analysis, the goal is to educate the reader on the capabilities of these groups and the significance and implications of state sponsorship of underground cyber actors. It also advises potential targets on mitigation strategies in the face of state sponsored cyber activities.

 

HP Security Research Threat Intelligence Briefing episode 10 - ZDI 2013 in review

It’s that time again, when we look at the vulnerability year that was and muse about the vulnerability year that will be. 2013 was a huge year for the Zero Day Initiative – we purchased more cases this year than in any other since the inception of the ZDI program 10 years ago. And what cases they were – vulnerabilities unearthed in widespread critical software used by enterprises and the greater computing community alike.  In this month’s Threat Briefing we walk 2013’s vulnerabilities, talk vendors, and think out loud about where this is going in 2014.

HP Security Research Threat Intelligence Briefing - Episode 9

In this Threat Briefing we discuss some of the security implications of using open source and describe a process you can use to minimize the associated risks.

Some uncomfortable truths about state-sponsored malware

Recent discussions regarding Edward Snowden and the NSA have raised some uncomfortable questions for the makers of anti-virus software.

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