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An important consideration for “bug bounty” programs

The US DoJ recently released guidance on running vulnerability disclosure programs (aka bug bounties).  The document is nothing earth shattering, but does provide some free advice to organizations considering such programs. Rendition’s advice to organizations considering a bug bounty program? Think VERY carefully about how it will impact your monitoring and detection strategies. People looking […]

Is Kaspersky “inappropriately removing” files?

In a Reuters article yesterday, former FBI employees commented on the case investigating Kaspersky and reported a serious allegation against the Russian antivirus giant. According to the article: Two former employees and a person briefed on the FBI case told Reuters that Kaspersky software has at times inappropriately inspected and removed files from users’ machines […]

Rendition InfoSec Establishes New Headquarters In Augusta Georgia

New office to enable network security industry leader to better serve growing client base in the region and capitalize on emerging global market opportunities. Augusta, Georgia – July 12, 2017 – Rendition Infosec, the nation’s leading provider of network security solutions and consultation, today announced the establishment of the company’s new corporate headquarters in Augusta, Georgia, […]

Five Secret Tips For Incident Response Preparation – Rendition InfoSec Founder Jake Williams Presenting At Interop ITX 2017

Augusta, Georgia – May 10, 2017 – Rendition Infosec, the nation’s leading provider of information security solutions and consultation, today announced that company founder Jake Williams will be presenting at Interop ITX taking place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada May 15 – 19, 2017.  As a major part of Interop’s Security Track, […]

Observations from the latest DOUBLEPULSAR scans

Rendition Infosec completed a new scan overnight for DOUBLEPULSAR scans and the number of infections continues to rise, though only slightly.  For liability reasons, Rendition is not performing the vulnerability scan to determine vulnerable hosts.  Rendition only communicates with hosts to determine if DOUBLEPULSAR is present on a machine.  At this time, Rendition is only scanning for the […]

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 […]