Rendition’s “Bug Bounty” Story
If you’ve been coming to the Rendition website for a while, you’ve probably noticed that our website has been getting a face lift. As part of that face lift, we moved the site to a new server and in the new Apache server configuration, we forgot to include custom error handlers. Today, we got a […]
Threat Intelligence – what is it really?
Rendition Infosec founder Jake Williams was recently interviewed by a reporter for eSecurityPlanet.com on the topic of threat intelligence. As the reporter noted, there is a lot of confusion out there about precisely what threat intelligence is and isn’t. The article was recently published and you can read it here. Since Jake’s full responses paint […]
Implications of the SHA-1 collision
Last week, Rendition Infosec founder Jake Williams educated the community about the implications of the recent announcement that Google has created the first SHA-1 collision. After the announcement, many in the community blew the news completely out of proportion. Noting that there was more misinformation than correct information about the collision, Mr. Williams created a no-FUD […]
TicketBleed – making the case for packet capture
You may have heard about the TicketBleed vulnerability that plagued some F5 devices. Though it’s been a while, I figured it would be worth the time to put out this case study on why it makes the case for packet capture at strategic locations. I personally don’t think a bug impacting so few devices (it […]
WikiLeaks, The CIA and Corporate Security – What Does It Mean and What Should Corporate America Do?
WikiLeaks, The CIA and Corporate Security – What Does It Mean and What Should Corporate America Do? Vault 7, Year Zero leak details scary and potentially dangerous information, but also powerful insight into how to avoid future corporate network breaches. Augusta, Georgia – March 8, 2017 – Rendition Infosec, the nation’s leading provider of network […]