The Coolest Hacks Of 2014

The Coolest Hacks Of 2014

TSA baggage scanners, evil USB sticks, and smart homes were among the targets in some of the most creative -- and yes, scary -- hacks this year by security researchers. It's easy to forget some of the more innovative and eye-popping hacks by the good guys in 2014 amid the painful and unprecedented wave of [...]

Looking Ahead to 2015 and What’s in Store for Enterprise Security

Looking Ahead to 2015 and What’s in Store for Enterprise Security

If this wild 2014 taught us anything, it’s that cyber threats are becoming more pervasive and no one is immune to them. All organizations – regardless of vertical segment – need to apply a heightened sense of urgency and sophisticated security measures that: Lean more towards strict security policies versus a predominantly open environment Address attacks [...]

A Forecast of the Cyberthreat Landscape in 2015

A Forecast of the Cyberthreat Landscape in 2015

Ryan Olson, Intelligence Director, Palo Alto Networks As I look back over the cyberthreat landscape in 2014, I'm amazed by the volume of activity handled by our community this year. From Heartbleed toWireLurker, we certainly had our hands full. Sophisticated, targeted attacks will be the new normal in 2015 and I expect to see at [...]