Dissection of a Scam
We all get Email spam and scams on a daily basis, hopefully the mail filter picks most of them up. Phone scams, they fall apart pretty easily because of nervousness and insincerity. The mass mail scam, not something I see … Continue reading
It Happens To Us Too
Have you ever gotten a call from a vendor, where you’re actually a customer of the vendor already, but they’re soliciting you to take a meeting or demo of their solution? Infuriating, right? Believe it or not, it happens to … Continue reading
So you wanna be a my security guy?
We’re often asked by students, professionals and people outside of the industry, “What’s your recommendation on getting in to a job like you have?”. Well, we’ve answered it enough times, we thought we’d just post it here for the greater … Continue reading
March Lunch & Learn
BTB Security is proud to present two Lunch & Learn opportunities for March. The topic is “Back to Basics”. Enjoy a lunch on us and see why skipping the basics can cause your company serious problems. Back to Basics is … Continue reading
BTB Sponsors DE and PA Events
The blustery cold of February didn’t keep BTB Security idle. We started off the month with the sponsorship and participation in the 2013 DE Cyber Workshop. Met with tons of great folks and enjoyed the day listening to the speakers … Continue reading
Are Third-Party Providers Providing Security?
This is a question that comes up on every security assessment we do. The disappointing, though not surprising, answers we get about how third-party providers are dealing with security controls are generally not satisfactory. I ask, rhetorically, “why do we … Continue reading
Plug and play. . . maliciously
The problem is compounding itself. Better and more accessible technology is emerging, which promises more features, all “easier” to set up. Easier to set up usually means that several features are enabled by default, BUT it’s ready to be Internet-accessible … Continue reading