It’s hard to decide where to put the efforts to secure this environment. The 18 CIS Controls can help us prioritize our efforts.
In this post I explain what is the story around the Log4j vulnerability, named Log4Shell, and why it’s on the news.
I have been asked for a reading list of cybersecurity books. I decided to document this list here so it can be used by a broader public.
If you Google “Cybersecurity paths”, “Cybersecurity career” and other similar terms, you’ll find an array of results with all kind of advices all addressed at people already in the field. In this post, I’ll try to explain my take on this subject, but destined for new comers.
As you may know from my posts, I like Elasticsearch. However, Elastic, the Elasticsearch company, recently announced it’s decision to change the license of it’s open-source products. Since then, the community largely reacted to this. Let me explain.
A friend of mine recently challenged my post SIEM 102 — Detect WordPress bruteforce where he proposed a tool that can effectively bruteforce WordPress from a lot of different IPs. My answer: you need to have a good InfoSec Strategy!
WordPress is one of the most popular CMS and website server in the world. It handles “more than 30%” of the websites on the internet. Because of this, bad actors are really interested in finding ways to get control of them. In this post I explain how to detect a WordPress bruteforve.
A Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) is an Information Security architecture based on the idea that a network shouldn’t have inherent trust on the internal boundary. This post explain what it is and what I think of it.
Maybe you saw the news on the SolarWinds hack. If you didn’t, you should follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TristanDostaler
In this post I want to explain, in a way understandable by everyone, why this hack matters.
If we try to reduce the security problem to only the technology, we’ll fail miserably.