Month: February 2019

Android App Testing on Chromebooks

Update: As of March 2021, I’d recommend using Android Virtual Devices over Chromebooks.  Chromebooks still work (in many cases) but the AVDs are much easier to build and use. Jason wrote a great blog on how to set them up and can be found here: https://secureideas.com/blog/2020/09/how-to-configure-android-virtual-for-mobile-pentest.html.  If you are still interested in using a Chromebook, …

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OWASP’s Most Wanted

So you ask who is this OWASP and why do I care? Well, let’s hear it directly from them:  “Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a 501(c)(3) worldwide not-for-profit charitable organization focused on improving the security of software.  Our mission is to make software security visible, so that individuals and organizations are able to …

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How to Test Your Security Controls for Small/Medium Businesses

We often get contacted by small businesses requesting their first penetration test because of compliance reasons, or because of “industry best practices,” or just to get an idea of how bad things really are. In many of those cases, their environment isn’t nearly mature enough to make a pentest worthwhile. Sometimes they’re insistent and we …

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HIMSS 2019 – Champions of Security Unite

Organizations of all sizes and industries face increasing challenges in safeguarding vast amounts of sensitive data, with Health Care being no different. The loss of Protected Health Information (PHI) incurs not only heavy fines and brand damage, but potentially everlasting damage to affected patients. According to the Ponemon Institute: The average total cost of a …

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