Are Vulnerabilities in our U.S. Elections Insurmountable? Part 1
Security around elections is a concern for the U.S. and the global community. From “fake news” to social[…]
RSA, a form of public-key cryptography widely used to secure communication between multiple parties was discovered in 1977 by Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir and Leonard Adleman. But they weren’t the only ones working on public-key encryption. Two Stanford technologists Whitfield Diffie and Martin E. Hellman introduced their own public-key cryptosystem just ahead of the RSA algorithm.
A new study from Exabeam reports that the majority of organizations see significant value in red/blue team testing — and are using lessons learned from the exercises to strengthen their cybersecurity programs. The survey also found that 74% of respondents have seen their companies increase investment in security infrastructure as a result of red and blue team testing.