Welcome to another edition of our Weekly Rewind – where we summarize all our posts from the last week. The top stories this week were 3) “QOTD – PCAP Or It Didn’t Happen”, 2) “Mach37 Seeks Security Start-Ups for Fall Cohort”, and 1) “5 Tips to Minimizing Misses & Blame in Your SOC”. If you missed anything or happened to be offline, we hope you find this summary post useful as a quick reference.
A la Schneier … you can also use this rewind post to talk about the security stories in the news that we haven’t covered remote-access.
QOTD – PCAP Or It Didn’t Happen…: Not really sure who originally said this great statement but just had to point it out… I can’t believe I hadn’t heard this quote before. Thanks to Netresec.com for mentioning it in their blog post discussing the whole OpenSSL heartbleed thing. (continued here)
5 Tips to Minimizing Misses & Blame in Your SOC: Jack “@jackcr” Crook is back with another great post on improving your SOC’s performance. Previously, he covered his tips on implementing an internal SOC training program. Now Jack points out five tips to minimize missing those elusive important alerts and improve overall analyst moral. (continued here)
MACH37 Seeks Security Start-Ups for Fall Cohort: Looks like our favorite start-up incubator is looking for companies for their fall cohort… Eight companies will receive $50K of start-up capital and mentorship through their 90-day program. (continued here)
Hope everyone had a wonderful week! Have a great weekend!