Lower Barriers to Entry Fueling Growth in Cybercrime, Espionage and Even Security Research

Over the past few years, a very small number of cybercriminals have become quite sophisticated and are able to cause significant damage. At the same time, a much larger number of actors have found the decreasing amount skills and resources necessary to engage in profitable cybercrime reason enough Continue reading “Lower Barriers to Entry Fueling Growth in Cybercrime, Espionage and Even Security Research”

Impressions of the RSA Conference 2018 part II – On the expo floor

Like last year, the main expo filled two complete buildings with more than 550 vendors. The floors were dominated by all kinds of machine learning related products (including malware detection, identification of suspicious user behavior or classification of sensitive information). Companies claiming Continue reading “Impressions of the RSA Conference 2018 part II – On the expo floor”