A brief message from the Digital Edge Security Team:
In an effort to help organizations to better assess candidates, their level of expertise and knowledge of relevant subjects, Digital Edge and Appcore Solutions (https://appcoresolutions.com/) have designed and built an IT Skills Assessment Platform.
This platform gives organizations the ability to create custom tailored online tests for each job opening. Additionally, this system also allows your organization to invite your candidates to take relevant tests and preview the results.
Currently, Digital Edge utilizes this system to pre-screen candidates before an initial face-to-face meeting. We invite you to take a test drive and share your opinion about the system, its concepts and features.
We invite you to take a test drive and share your opinion about the system, its concepts and features.
Please try the system:
Please click the link below to get more details and access to the system!
New remote execution vulnerability (CVE-2017-7269) was recorded in the National Vulnerability Database for Windows 2003 R2 IIS6 last week. Exploitation of this vulnerability allows a remote attacker to execute code on the vulnerable web server.
Thus, potentially allowing hackers to take over the whole system, install remote control systems and propagate within local network conducting local attacks. Results of the exploitation might be catastrophic for organizations. Microsoft will not provide a patch for this vulnerability, as OS is not officially supported.
WikiLeaks has recently exposed that the CIA possessed the capability to hack into nearly every device you own. With all that we have learned from these leaks, Digital Edge wants to take the time to focus on is the “zero days” concept – which can be simply put as a weakness/hole in a system that allows a hacker to breach it before anyone even knows about this vulnerability. The act of reporting the vulnerability is known as “zero days”.
Once a hole in the system is found, it should be reported immediately, so it can be patched up before it’s exploited.
On February 10, 2017, the Department of Homeland Security issued the Enhanced Analysis of GRIZZLY STEPPE Activities.
One of the first detection and prevention recommendations is directly related to Digital Edge’s Log Management Service. Please click here to see DHS recommendation and reference to the full DHS analysis.
Automated Event Log Management Solutions are used to facilitate the most difficult job in any compliance process. Regular review and correlation of event data through merging and archiving of events from multiple systems and separation of the most critical 1% of activities from useless 99% of noise. From the compliance perspective, event log management is: Collection (Consolidation), Archiving (Retention), Audit Reporting, and Monitoring (Alerting).
On September 20th, 2016, Digital Edge released an article on Log Management Laws and Regulations. Click here to view a little “Cheat Sheet" on the Event Log Retention Requirements that are mandated by major compliance regulations.
Digital Edge publishes this policies to make sure everybody get meaningful choices about how and why data is collected and used, and ensuring that you have the information you need to make the choices that are right for you across our products and services.
Digital Edge committed to ISO standards and publishes bridging polciy as well as some other global policies.
If you have any questions or complaints about our policies, write or call our Compliance Team:
Digital Edge Ventures Inc – Compliance Team
7 Teleport Drive Staten Island New York 10311
Call us: 1-718-370-3352
Email us: email@example.com
Digital Edge’s Security Team assists clients with cyber security forensics and often hears the question – “what is the proper way to report to law enforcements?” As a company, we aim to aid our clients in informing them on the right steps to take when dealing with a cyber-incident. There is a growing number of cyber networks that were seriously attacked and this is not a matter to be taken lightly. This is why Digital Edge feels it is important to know the right procedure. These incidents can result in serious consequences with the capability of causing lasting harm. By reporting these incidents, the government can assist them with agencies that can investigate the incident, lessen the consequences, and help avoid these cyber incidents in the future.
Please click here for more information.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) outlines relevant technical and non-technical security standards to ensure individuals’ ePHI, “electronic protected health information”. Compliance with HIPPA requires information systems to be monitored using SIEM, Security Information and Event Management. The SIEM is a tool that guarantees immediate notification and analysis of conditions influencing the reliability of an organization’s ePHI data through actionable reports and forensic investigation.
FISMA requires all federal agencies to document and implement controls for information technology systems that support their operations and assets.
LogIT simplifies FISMA compliance with its fully automated log collection, collecting and recovery across the agency’s entire infrastructure. Providing tools at the fingertip that align the organization’s risk assessment with forensic investigations, reporting, and prioritizing settings. LogIT already automatically achieves the first level of log analysis, by categorizing log data that is identified and stabilized for easy analysis and reporting.