We are extremely pleased to announce the availability of our vFeed Vulnerability & Threat Intelligence Professional Services. We took the time to do things well. Several parallel projects were conducted and achieved during the year 2017.
DSquare Security provides D2 Elliot a web exploitation framework that helps enterprise to replicate real-life attacks during web application penetration testing by providing a powerful framework and efficient exploits and tools.
vFeed IO understands the security challenges our customers may face to address in our today’s complex network environments. Hence, vFeed IO is proud to announce a program that supports and enables industry-leading technology companies and new pioneer startups.
vFeed IO Technology and Third Party Integration Program (T2PI) is an effective opportunity for companies to create with us an extensive ecosystem that will help to deliver best-in-class gap-fillers security solutions.
We at vFeed IO, the leader in Correlated Vulnerability and Threat Intelligence Database, announce that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted us a patent for our innovative approach to compile different internet and software sources into aggregated formats. This is our first patent to settle vFeed IO as leader in the market and to enforce our intellectual property portfolio.
The year is closing, so it is time to review Linux security. Like last year, we look at the state of Linux security. A collection of the finest moments. Did we forget something important? Let us know in the comments. This post will remain updated in the upcoming weeks.
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With the standardization of the Internet of Things (IoT) label, the public is gradually becoming aware of its wide use in almost all fields. And with this democratization we are confronted with this old and inherent problem: Security. And for good reason, IoT have become in the recent years the cyber-attackers preferred targets. In fact behind this marketing label lies the heart of the concern: Embedded systems.