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Hacking Back: Industry Reactions to Offensive Security Research

Hacking Back: Industry Reactions to Offensive Security Research “Companies not prepared to deal with the consequences of attempting to penetrate attacker infrastructure should stay far...

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Network World

New products of the week 10.19.2015

LookingGlass Dynamic Threat Defense Key features: LookingGlass Dynamic Threat Defense is a threat intelligence-driven network security solution designed to efficiently and effectively identify and stop...

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LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Acquires Kleissner and Associates

On July 21st, LookingGlass Cyber Solutions announced that it acquired Kleissner and Associates. This acquisition is immediately following the successful raising oft $20 million Series...

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The CyberWire

LookingGlass Acquires Prague-based Kleissner and Associates

Mergers and acquisitions are of particular interest in a growing sector like cyber security. We spoke with LookingGlass CEO Chris Coleman about his company's acquisition...

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LookingGlass Acquires Botnet Monitoring Firm

LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, an Arlington, VA-based provider of threat intelligence solutions, announced on Tuesday that it has acquired botnet monitoring firm Kleissner and Associates (K&A)...

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Sanctions for cyber crimes can help deter threats – to a point

As U.S. officials unofficially point to China’s involvement in the Office of Personnel Management breach, President Obama’s recent cyber-crimes sanctions potentially could come into play....

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Technically Baltimore

LookingGlass acquires malware-fighting firm from Prague

The Arlington, Va.-based cybersecurity company that was founded in Baltimore and has offices in Canton acquired Kleissner & Associates. The Czech Republic-based company specializes in...

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There’s A Plan to Immediately Purge Some Governmentwide Network Surveillance Data

After a series of stinging government hacks, the Department of Homeland Security said scans of incoming Internet traffic from the public would be amped up....

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Q+A: What Wednesday’s tech glitches signal for industry, drones, Las Vegas

In the span of hours, Wednesday provided a clear example of how some of our most advanced global businesses and essential infrastructure are vulnerable to...

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Six Degrees of 3rd Party Risk From Russian Cyber Ops

Six degrees of separation is a theory that everyone in the world is six, or fewer steps, from any other person in the world. This...

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