Jonathan Braverman

A legal and operational framework for hacking-back

1. Introduction When you talk to people in the cybersecurity industry, you’ll hear that incident response is often associated with “good guy” actions you take to means “good guy” actions that you take to stop the “bad guys” from stealing your stuff, whereas “hack-back” is the equivalent of identifying a person who robbed you, following …

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Cymmetria’s Warranty Released to the Public

Following the announcement of our new Warranty Program, we’ve received some questions regarding the details of the policy. Continuing our line of transparency and accountability, we’re more than happy to release the full text of the warranty and also to answer some of the most frequently asked questions. Q: What’s covered under the warranty? Our warranty program is …

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New Warranty Program Against Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)

We are pleased to announce our intention to provide our Enterprise Edition clients with a new cyber threat warranty program. The program is intended to provide our customers with financial compensation in the event damages are caused by an advanced persistent threat (APT) attack that is not detected by our MazeRunner deception platform. This warranty …

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The FBI-Apple case: the next encryption and privacy firestorm

(Originally published on Information Week’s Dark Reading)   The startling events over the last few weeks in the San Bernardino shooting case, which has come to be known as “the FBiOS case” in some circles, have left me incredibly conflicted. On the one hand, the surprise filing and discovery of a “capable third party” to unlock the iPhone …

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