bloomberg on supermicro: sky is falling
dtaylor at vocalabs.com
Mon Oct 8 13:53:55 UTC 2018
That would be one way, but a lot of the problem is unplanned cross-access.
It's (relatively) easy to isolate network permissions and access at a
single location, but once you have multi-site configurations it gets
Especially when you have companies out there that consider VPN a
reasonable way to handle secure data transfer cross-connects with
vendors or clients.
On 10/07/2018 10:53 PM, Naslund, Steve wrote:
> You just need to fire any contractor that allows a server with sensitive data out to an unknown address on the Internet. Security 101.
> Steven Naslund
>> From: Eric Kuhnke <eric.kuhnke at gmail.com>
> >many contractors *do* have sensitive data on their networks with a gateway out to the public Internet.
Daniel Taylor VP Operations Vocal Laboratories, Inc.
dtaylor at vocalabs.com http://www.vocalabs.com/ (612)235-5711
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