SERT Monthly Threat Reports

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Blogs, RSS feeds, white papers...there's a lot of information out there. We want to make it easy for you to keep up with the latest threats in the security arena. In addition to our blog and our white papers, we also publish short, monthly security reports as compiled by our Security Engineering Research Team (SERT).

Security Threat Report - June 2014

July 01, 2014

This Solutionary Monthly Threat Report discusses several IT securiy topics including: GameOver ZeuS Takedown Efforts; New Trojan Family; New OpenSSL Vulns Point to Continued Weak Patch Management

Security Threat Report - May 2014

June 01, 2014

This Solutionary Monthly Threat Report discusses several IT securiy topics including: Operation Saffron Rose Indicates Increasing APT Capabilities in Iran and Unencrypted Skype Data.

Security Threat Report - April 2014

May 01, 2014

This Solutionary Monthly Threat Report discusses several IT securiy topics: First Unpatched XP 0-Day Found in Internet Explorer; “Heartbleed Bug” In OpenSSL; Exploiting WinRAR; Zeus Variant With Valid Digital Certificates

Security Threat Report - March 2014

April 01, 2014

This Solutionary Monthly Threat Report discusses several IT securiy topics: End of Support for Microsoft Windows® XP and Office 2003; WordPress Pingback Exploited for DDoS Attacks; “Chameleon” Acts Like a Cold for Access Points

Security Threat Report - February 2014

March 02, 2014

This Solutionary Monthly Threat Report discusses several IT securiy topics: Contractor Credentials Used Against Target and a Date for EMV; Careto/”The Mask” 7 Year APT Exposed; Researchers Trying to Make Encryption a Little Sweeter - Honey Encryption.

Security Threat Report - January 2014

February 02, 2014

Topics discussed include: Target, Neiman Marcus and POS Attack; 4096-bit RSA and 3072-bit ElGamal Keys Extracted through Processing Sounds; Secure Digital Cards Smarter and Less Secure; NTP Amplification Based DDoS Attacks

What's New

Blog: Compliance and MSSP

Research: NTT Group 2014 Global Threat Intelligence Report

White Paper: Seven Steps for Better DoS and DDoS Protection