Rendition in the Press

Rendition employees are thought leaders in cyber security and are frequently featured in the press due to their unique ability to translate complex technology relate topics into words that the general public can understand.  Here are some selected examples of where Rendition personnel have helped engage with the community.  Rendition has been mentioned in far more press articles, those below represent a small sampling.

  • Motherboard – There’s ‘No Excuse’ for the T-Mobile Bug That Helped Hackers Steal Accounts – October 11, 2017 (link)
  • TechCrunch – Everyone bored to death by DoJ’s latest call for crypto backdoors – October 11, 2017 (link)
  • ZDNet – US deputy attorney general just called for ‘responsible encryption.’ Don’t fall for it. – October 11, 2017 (link)
  • New York Times – New NSA Breach Linked To Popular Russian Antivirus Software – October 6, 2017 (link)
  • ITWire – Ex-NSA man says evidence needed before piling on Kaspsersky – October 6, 2017 (link)
  • Data Breach Today – US Navy Collisions: Don’t Bet on Hacking (link)
  • ZDNet – Landing that infosec job: These experts share their best career advice (link)
  • Data Breach Today – British Officials Knew of Marcus Hutchins Arrest Plans (link)
  • TechTarget – Offensive cyberweapons from enemies may be reengineered (link)
  • Crypto Insider – Dennis Rodman, WannaCry, PotCoin – North Korea’s mysterious foray into cyberspace (link)
  • Power Grid International – Strengthening the IT-OT link (link)
  • IT Security Central – Top 20 Infosec Influencers (link)
  • ITWire – Kaspersky response to spy claims misleading: infosec expert (link)
  • TechTarget – Advanced endpoint protection takes on the latest exploits (link)
  • WXFG Augusta – Security concerns: What you need to know before you update your Snapchat (link)
  • The Christian Post – Petya Ransomware Update: Ukraine Accuses Russia of Conducting Cyberattack (link)
  • ITWire – Kaspersky source code offer means little: security firm (link)
  • WRDW Augusta – Organizers prepare for this year’s Augusta Cyber Week (link)
  • The Independent – Russia was behind global cyber attack, Ukraine says (link)
  • Live Trading News – Global Cyber Attack Intent on Havoc, Not Extortion (link)
  • NPR – Ukraine Cyberattack Wasn’t Really About Ransom, Security Experts Say (link)
  • Gadgets 360 – Petya Ransomware was a ruse (link)
  • Wired – The encryption debate should end right now (link)
  • Infospace – The rise of ransomware: What could go wrong? (link)
  • TechTarget – BrutalKangaroo malware could easily be reverse engineered (link)
  • Democracy Now! TV interview with Jake Williams – NSA Contractor Charged for Leak After Intercept Exposé Reveals Russian Cyberattack of 2016 Election (video, link)
  • ArsTechnica – New Shadow Brokers 0-day subscription forces high-risk gamble on whitehats (link)
  • La Stampa World – Shadow Brokers sell new cyber attacks (Italian, link)
  • Endgadget – Trump’s cybersecurity order delivers nothing but more surveillance (link)
  • ZDNet – Hey cyber techbros, smugly yelling ‘patch and back-up’ won’t fix ransomware (link)
  • ArsTechnica – Microsoft’s recent success in blocking in-the-wild attacks is eerily good (link)
  • TechTarget – Intel AMT security risk could lead to system access (link)
  • CyberScoop – Was the recent flood of traffic to FCC’s website actually a DDoS attack? (link)
  • Bleeping Computer – WikiLeaks Dump Reveals CIA Tool for MitM Attacks (link)
  • Hacker News – WikiLeaks Unveils CIA’s Main-in-the-Middle Attack Tool (link)
  • PcWorld – Old Windows Server machines can still fend off hacks. Here’s how (link)
  • ArsTechnica- NSA backdoor detected on >55,000 Windows boxes can now be remotely removed (link)
  • TechTarget – NSA spyware found infecting tens of thousands worldwide (link)
  • TechTarget – CLDAP reflection attacks may be the next big DDoS technique (link)
  • TechTarget – Symantec certificate authority issues listed by Mozilla developers (link)
  • CyberScoop – North Korean hackers wanted investigators to think Russians hacked banks (link)
  • BBC – ‘NSA malware’ released by Shadow Brokers hacker group (link)
  • CyberScoop – Security firms sometimes wreck FBI investigations. Here’s how. (link)
  • BBC – CIA operations may be disrupted by new Wikileaks’ data release (link)
  • Washington Post – WikiLeaks’ latest release of CIA cyber-tools could blow the cover on agency hacking operations (link)
  • IT World – Latest WikiLeaks dump exposes CIA methods to mask malware (link)
  • Bleeping Computer – WikiLeaks Dumps Source Code of CIA Tool Called Marble (link)
  • MIT Technology Review – The day that Assange wanted to help technological companies (Spanish, link)
  • Wired – Psst, Silicon Valley. WikiLeaks Wants to Help You Fight the CIA (link)
  • Threat intelligence and analytics – Staying ahead of cyber criminals (link)
  • Washington Post Video Interview on the Wikileaks CIA Vault7 disclosure (video, link)
  • “The Takeaway” radio interview on the Wikileaks CIA Vault7 disclosure (audio, link)
  • BBC World News TV interview on the Wikileaks CIA Vault7 disclosure (video, link)
  • Fox News interview with Brandon McCrillis on the Wikileaks CIA Vault7 disclosure (video, link)
  • Wikileaks post trove of CIA documents detailing mass hacking (link)
  • Wikileaks says it has obtained trove of CIA hacking tools (link)
  • Helping to clarify the Nuix “black report” (link)
  • NSA leaking Shadow Brokers lob Molotov cocktail before exiting world stage (link)
  • Shadow Brokers’ latest leak could have come from beyond NSA staging servers (link)
  • TechTarget – ImageMagick calls into question responsible disclosure reporting (link)