Monthly archives: August, 2017

Chuck Leaver – Ziften Do Extensibility While Others Can’t

Written By Chuck Leaver Ziften CEO   Whether you call them extensions, or call them customizations – no matter what they are called, the very best innovation platforms can be customized to fit a company’s particular service requirements. Generic operations tools are great at carrying out generic operations jobs. Generic security tools are great at

Chuck Leaver – We Reveal Our Endpoint Security Architecture Will Others Follow Suit?

Written By Mike Hamilton And Presented By Ziften CEO Chuck Leaver   End Point security is all the rage these days. And there are lots of different suppliers out there touting their services in this market. But it’s sometimes difficult to understand exactly what each vendor supplies. What’s a lot more tough is to comprehend

Chuck Leaver – How To Manage Your Security And Risk Offense And Defense

Written By Roark Pollock And Presented By Chuck Leaver Ziften CEO   Danger management and security management have actually long been handled as different functions typically performed by different practical teams within a company. The acknowledgment of the requirement for constant visibility and control throughout all assets has increased interest in searching for commonalities in

Chuck Leaver – Defcon And Black Hat 2017 Experiences

Written by Michael Vaughn And Presented By Ziften CEO Chuck Leaver   These are my experiences from Black Hat 2017. There is a minor addition in approaching this year’s synopsis. It is really in part due to the theme of the opening talk offered by Facebook’s Chief Security Officer, Alex Stamos. Stamos predicted the value

Chuck Leaver – You Are Vulnerable To Security Threats If You Use Movie Subtitles

Written By Josh Harriman And Presented By Chuck Leaver Ziften CEO   Do you like viewing motion pictures with all the rage apps like Kodi, SmartTV or VLC on your devices? How about needing or desiring subtitles with those motion pictures and simply getting the current pack from OpenSubtitles. No problem, sounds like a great