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Centripetal Comments on the First American Data Breach That Exposed 885 Million Sensitive Records

June 3, 2019 | Centripetal
Brian Krebs broke the news late Friday that Fortune 500 real estate insurance giant First American exposed approximately 885 million sensitive records because of a bug in its website. The news has been picked up by various business media. Byron Rashed, VP of Marketing at Centripetal Networ...
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Centripetal's Senior Threat Analyst Colin Little Featured in Brilliance Security Magazine Story "Instagram Influencers Account and Contact Information Exposed – What the Experts are Saying"

June 3, 2019 | Centripetal
A massive database containing the contact information of millions of Instagram influencers, celebrities, and brand accounts has been exposed online. The database, hosted by Amazon Web Services, was left without a password allowing anyone to look inside.  It is thought that the database has...
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Centripetal Discusses Shielding and Credentials Practice to Prevent Network Infiltration and Data Exfiltration in Infosecurity Magazine's Article "Boost Mobile Alerts Customers of Security Incident."

May 17, 2019 | Centripetal
Attackers using compromised credentials accounted for 29% of data breaches, according to Verizon’s 2019 Data Breach Investigation Report. The unauthorized access at Boost Mobile is what Byron Rashed, VP of marketing, Centripetal, called a classic example of a series of events that enables ...
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Centripetal CEO Steven Rogers Featured in PaymentsSource PayThink Blog "The Intel to Thwart New Cyberattacks Already Exists."

May 14, 2019 | Centripetal
Steven Rogers, President and CEO of Centripetal Networks: Excerpt from the article: "Cybersecurity teams no longer need to wait for a vulnerability to be exposed before doing anything. By proactively shielding from known threats, the practical effect of a vulnerability is already mitigated...
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Centripetal Provides Insight in Today's Chief Privacy Officer Magazine (CPO) Story, "New Cyber Security Directive Forces Federal Agencies to Patch Vulnerabilities Twice as Fast“

May 10, 2019 | Centripetal
United States federal government agencies are now required to patch the most serious vulnerabilities in half the time. A new cyber security directive from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has cut the mandatory time to patch vulnerabilities rated “critical” down from 30 to 15 calen...
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