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Marcus Alldrick, previously at Lloyd's of London, joins Cymmetria as Chief Risk Officer

It is my honour to write this blog introducing Marcus Alldrick, who is joining Cymmetria as Head of ...

Russian threat actors now widely targeting critical infrastructure

Russian threat actors have been prolific for some time now and while we cannot pinpoint significant technical changes, ...

Digital Crime Scene Challenge

I have focused several of my blogs on middle school and high school education. I sincerely believe that ...
Linux SSH interaction

Unexpected challenges: Allow SSH service on Linux decoys to accept any user and password

When customers started using Cymmetria’s MazeRunner on an Internet-facing interface, we were a bit surprised. Perhaps we shouldn’t ...

Who’s Steering the Ships?

With this summer’s tragedy at sea with our navy destroyer, the USS John S McCain, serious questions arise. ...

The 46th Anniversary of the D.B. Cooper case

On Wednesday, 24 November 1971, 46 years ago, an American Legend was born. A man using the name ...

Legal Hack-Back

When Founder and CEO, Gadi Evron, told me Cymmetria was releasing a "hack-back" product for our customers, I ...
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The 29th Anniversary of the Morris Worm

Twenty-nine years ago this week, on 3 November 1988, about 1 pm EST, I received a phone call ...

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 ...

Fortune 500s perform legal hack-back inside their networks with Cymmetria’s help

While hackback is almost a taboo in our industry, we had two Fortune 500 customers ask about hackback ...