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What the Equifax Hack Tells Us About Cybersecurity – Linux Security Podcast Ep. 6

The Equifax data breach quickly arose to become one of the most notorious in history. It was large. Over 147 million people had their financial records exposed to hackers. At least [...]

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What is a WAF and How Are They Different from Firewalls – Linux Security Podcast Ep. 5

Web application firewalls (WAF) have become ubiquitous in our always connected, cloud-driven world. Any device that is exposed to the internet is vulnerable and WAFs can eliminate [...]

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Top 5 Atomicorp Blog Posts of 2017 – Extending Linux Security to the Cloud, Containers, OSSEC and IoT

2017 brought even more focus on Linux platforms with the continued rise of cloud, containers, OSSEC and IoT adoption. The challenge confronting many IT departments is that the old [...]

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The Surprising Equifax Lesson. Patching Isn’t a Strategy.

Everyone has now heard about the Equifax breach. It impacted millions of Americans who will face significant financial and credit risk for years while costing three senior Equifax [...]

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Two Rules of a Good Web Application Firewall

    There are two rules of a good web application firewall (WAF). Atomicorp CEO Mike Shinn talks about stopping attacks and not interfering with legitimate [...]

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How to Add Web Security to Your OSSEC Deployment. Yes, You Need Web Security for OSSEC.

It’s kind of strange to suggest adding security to OSSEC. The OSSEC project has security in its very name. However, as surprising as it may sound, while OSSEC may do some things [...]

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Atomic Secured Linux Now Available to All Plesk Users

Atomicorp has a long history with Plesk. My brother Scott and I were co-founders of Plesk in 1999. When we founded Atomicorp, we had Plesk users in mind. Just like Plesk made serve [...]

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