Hacking Vegas at DEF CON 2017

by Max Chauhan on August 10, 2017 at 3:37 PM

For a quarter of a century now, thousands have gathered each year at the end of July in Las Vegas for one of the world’s largest hacker conventions – DEF CON. This year, DEF CON attracted a record-breaking 25,000...

As part of Glassdoor’s Equal Pay Day initiative, over 3,000 companies including Security Innovation have taken the Equal Pay Pledge.  This is an important day for  all companies that take pride in committing to equal pay...

At Security Innovation, our tech-enabled services leverage dozens of internally developed scanners, parsers, scripts and other tools to make our software security testing more efficient. However, authorization testing...

Internet of Things devices have become more and more popular within the past few years, changing our lives and making things more efficient. However, just like computers, smart embedded devices can also be exploited. In...

Week 1 of National Cyber Security Awareness Month has a focus on educating and getting people involved in cybersecurity - including careers.

You've probably noticed there aren't a lot of women in information security....

As software security zealots, we sometimes forget the human aspect of software development. Why wouldn't developers and organizations do every available security activity to make their software more secure? Isn't security...

Can the hackers inflict more damage now that they have the password hashes?

Doing a .NET Code Review for Security

by Joe Basirico on May 20, 2011 at 10:00 AM

After performing countless code reviews for clients I found myself performing the same tasks each time in order to get ramped up on the code and to identify major areas of concern.

The cost of fixing a defect in testing is a worn-out argument, so I won’t beat a dead horse here.  Rather, I’ll provide some insight into some aspects of penetration testing that isn’t as commonly discussed. I want to...

Unfortunately, two security companies I respect were hacked in the past few weeks.  This has resulted in significant negative publicity and may result in lost trust and lost sales.    These companies are security...