A possible attack path during a penetration test is having access to the administrative console of a JAVA Application Server (like WAS, JBOSS and Tomcat) installed on a Windows server with default or guessable (e.g. through brute-force) administrative credentials.
Operational security requires a continuous process of awareness, preparedness and readiness. It is a highly demanding, cross-domain activity that requires effective communication and coordination between people that often have different knowledge and perspective for information security within the organization. It is neither a fixed cost nor a fixed duration project; rather an on-going business program with strategy, plans, objectives and stakeholders.
Obrela Security Industries has the pleasure to invite you to visit our stand at CRESTCon & IISP Congress 2017, which will take place on Wednesday 19 April 2017, at Royal College of Surgeons, London UK. CRESTCon & IISP Congress is a unique event that brings together leading technical and business information security professionals. Now in its fifth year, the event has become a key date in the industry calendar, attracting an impressive line-up of speakers and over 400 senior delegates.
Following an invitation by British Ambassador Kate Smith CMG Obrela experts offered an internet and social media security training to embassy staff on Friday 31 March. Mr George Daglas, COO - OBRELA, covered issues such as: Information Security, Security Requirements, Handling Classified Information, Threats, Security Incidents, Social Engineering methods and scenarios.
On Tuesday 7 March, the British Ambassador Kate Smith and the CEO of OBRELA Security Industries Ltd, Mr George Patsis hosted an event on Cyber Security in Athens. The event included a panel discussion with the participation of the President of CREST and representatives from two leading Greek companies. It was followed by a networking reception with guests from major Greek companies.