Our next ISSA meeting will be Thursday, December 3 and will feature Jim Salter! This free meeting is open to the public, so please share with your friends and security colleagues!
38 million accounts and 9.7 million credit card transactions from the notorious adultery site leaked this year. How does this affect you? Probably more than you think, whether you were in AM's databases or not. What can we learn from the data exposed in the breach, and what does it tell us about the security posture of not only website owners, but internet users themselves?
Jim Salter (@jrssnet) is an author, mercenary sysadmin, and father of three—not necessarily in that order. He got his first real taste of open source running Apache on his very own dedicated FreeBSD 3.1 server back in 1999, and he's been a fierce advocate of FOSS ever since. He's the author of the Sanoid hyperconverged infrastructure project (http://sanoid.net/). And he's written articles for Ars Technica on everything from next-gen filesystems to NAS distributions.
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