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A colloquial term for 'the good guys'—e.g., white hat hackers
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WhiteHat Security secures applications throughout their entire lifecycle.
The distributor has security vendors such as Fortinet, F5 Networks, Infoblox, FireEye, Sourcefire, Lumension and Vasco in its portfolio and now thanks to the group it also distributes products from brands such as WhiteHat Security, Lieberman Software, LogRhythm.
However, Matt Johansen of WhiteHat Security told Reuters that the usability battle will always be there but the users will eventually get along well.
In a study by WhiteHat Security, banking websites had the fewest average serious security vulnerabilities of any industry at 43, compared to 79 across all industries and 121 for retail sites (the industry sector with the most vulnerabilities).
Regular scanning of all systems and regularly updating software has led to a decrease in the amount of vulnerabilities uncovered at many websites, according to a report by WhiteHat Security.
But Jeremiah Grossman of WhiteHat Security says "proxies and Tor are the way to go" but warns "the value provided by proxies is completed voided when using sites like Gmail and Facebook when you voluntarily hand over your data--something that pretty much everyone does.
The speaker line-up includes Drew Williams (President of Condition Zebra), Dennis Moreau (Technology Strategist at RSA Security), and Jim Manico (Vice President Security Architecture of Whitehat Security), just to name a few.
US Internet security provider WhiteHat Security said that it had raised USD31m (EUR23m) in funding from two investment firms to be used to expand its business and sales projects.
While whitehat SEO uses the recommended methods, blackhat SEO involves manipulations.
The average number of serious vulnerabilities introduced to websites by developers in 2011 was 148, down from 230 in 2010 and 480 in 2009, said Jeremiah Grossman, chief technology officer for WhiteHat Security, which specialises in testing websites for security issues.
According to WhiteHat Security research (WhiteHat Security, 2010) 64% of web pages contain at least one serious vulnerability, which can be abuse by the hacker attack.
The CSA's CCSK already has broad industry support from numerous organizations that plan to certify employees, including eBay, ING, Lockheed Martin, Sallie Mae, Zynga, CA, CaseCentral, HCL Technologies, Hubspan, LogLogic, Fiberlink, McAfee, Ping Identity, Qualys, Solutionary, Symantec, Trend Micro, Veracode, VeriSign, Vordel, WhiteHat Security and Zscaler.