Podcast: OSSEC, SIEM and Log-based Intrusion Detection Systems

Posted on by Mike Shinn

Atomicorp’s CEO Mike Shinn walks through his experience with logging, SIEM and OSSEC approaches. He breaks down what is important and how the logging space has evolved over the past 20 years from a security perspective, including the introduction of security automation. Log-based Intrusion Detection System – LIDS Log-based intrusion detection (LIDS) was one of […]

Podcast: Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures Explained

Posted on by Mike Shinn

It is not an overstatement to say that the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities were a surprise to the security and microprocessor industries. Chip-level vulnerabilities this severe are rare. Part of the issue stemmed from the fact that the vulnerabilities were created by engineering choices designed to improve microprocessor speed. The engineers had simply not contemplated […]

OSSEC Conference Video: File Integrity Monitoring and OSSEC

Posted on by cody woods

File Integrity Monitoring is the process of validating the integrity of operating system or application software files using a verification method based on the comparison of the current file state and a known good baseline. Dan Parriott is an OSSEC contributor who has been using the open source solution since 2006. He is a self-proclaimed […]

Atomicorp Launches Linux Security Podcast

Posted on by Mike Shinn

Today, Atomicorp formally launches the Linux Security Podcast. Why? Well, we get a lot of questions about Linux and security and have been working across these two domains for about 25 years. There is clearly interest in discussing these topics, learning more about about them and also shedding light on the latest high-profile exploits and […]