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  • New US cyber laws will hit privacy and security, says Homeland Security Secure Hunter

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    3 Aug 2015 | 5:50 pm
    When even the DHS thinks it’s a bad idea then it must be time for a rethink The US Department of Homeland Security is hardly what you’d think of as a bunch of whining lefties, but even this agency has come out against the proposed Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act.… The Register – Security Secure Hunter Anti -Malware The post New US cyber laws will hit privacy and security, says Homeland Security Secure Hunter appeared first on Secure Hunter Anti-Malware.
  • "A Threat Intelligence Script for Qualitative Analysis of Passwords Artifacts"

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    John Franolich
    30 Jul 2015 | 8:52 pm
    The Verizon Data Breach Report has consistently said, over the years, passwords are a big part of breach compromises. Dr. Lori Cranor, and her team, at CMU has done extensive research on how to choose the best password policies verses usability. In addition, Alison Nixon's research describes techniques to determine valid password of an organization you are not a part of ("Vetting Leaks Finding the Truth when the Adversary Lies"). What about passwords leaked in the organization you are defending? This post will be about such a scenario.According to former Deputy Director, of The…
  • To (ISC)² Global Academic Program (GAP) Instructor John Sands, the Next Generation is Everything

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    (ISC)² Management
    4 Aug 2015 | 7:33 am
    To GAP instructor John Sands, the next generation is everything. He has dedicated his career to teaching and creating programs that fill the cybersecurity education gap that persists today. His work has propelled the cybersecurity field forward by decades. In addition to his role as GAP instructor, Sands is also the department chair for Computer Integrated Technologies at Moraine Valley Community College and co-founder for the National Center for Systems Security and Information Assurance (CSSIA), a GAP member since 2014. Early in his career, he recognized that schools and universities were…
  • Yahoo! ads! caught! spreading! CryptoWall! ransomware! AGAIN! Secure Hunter

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    shadmin
    4 Aug 2015 | 5:51 am
    Unpatched Flash holes exploited to inject file-scrambling nasty Yahoo‘s ad network is still being used to spread ransomware to Windows PCs a year after the last big outbreak.… The Register – Security Secure Hunter Anti -Malware The post Yahoo! ads! caught! spreading! CryptoWall! ransomware! AGAIN! Secure Hunter appeared first on Secure Hunter Anti-Malware.
  • BSidesCincy Follow up

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    Harlan Carvey
    26 Jul 2015 | 11:50 am
    I had the distinct honor of speaking at @BSidesCincy this past weekend, and I greatly appreciate the opportunity that Justin, Josh, and the entire crew provided for me to speak.In my time, I've been to a number of conferences.  I started with Usenix back in '99, and that experience was a bit different for me, in that the vast majority of my public speaking to that point had been in the military (during training, and while providing training).  Over the years, I've attended (I prefer to speak at conferences in an attempt to keep costs to my employer down...) several…
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  • "A Threat Intelligence Script for Qualitative Analysis of Passwords Artifacts"

    John Franolich
    30 Jul 2015 | 8:52 pm
    The Verizon Data Breach Report has consistently said, over the years, passwords are a big part of breach compromises. Dr. Lori Cranor, and her team, at CMU has done extensive research on how to choose the best password policies verses usability. In addition, Alison Nixon's research describes techniques to determine valid password of an organization you are not a part of ("Vetting Leaks Finding the Truth when the Adversary Lies"). What about passwords leaked in the organization you are defending? This post will be about such a scenario.According to former Deputy Director, of The…
  • "Data, Information, and Intelligence: Why Your Threat Feed Is Likely Not Threat Intelligence"

    robertmlee
    8 Jul 2015 | 11:38 pm
    Threat feeds in the industry are a valuable way to gather information regarding adversaries and their capabilities and infrastructure. Threat feeds are usually not intelligence though. Unfortunately, one of the reasons many folks become cynical about threat intelligence is because the industry has pushed terminology that is inaccurate and treated threat intelligence as a solution to all problems. In a talk I gave at the DFIR Summit in Austin, Texas I compared most of today's threat intelligence to Disney characters — because both are magical and made up.When security personnel…
  • "Detecting Shellcode Hidden in Malicious Files"

    Adam Kramer
    28 Jun 2015 | 12:49 am
    A challenge both reverse engineers and automated sandboxes have in common is identifying whether a particular file is malicious or not. This is especially true if the malicious aspects are obfuscated and only triggered under very specific circumstances.There are a number of techniques available to try and identify embedded shellcode, for example searching for patterns (NOP sleds, GetEIP etc), however as attackers update their methods to overcome our protections it becomes more difficult to find the code without having the exact version of the vulnerable software targeted, and allowing the…
  • "DFIR Hero -- Cindy Murphy Interview"

    Rob Lee
    22 Jun 2015 | 3:28 am
    Cindy Murphyis teaching our Advanced Smartphone Forensics Course in SANS Boston in August 2015. Sign up now to take this course with Cindy. We interviewed Cindy so you can get to know her a bit better. Cindy's real world experience working in law enforcement and cyber security communities combined with her unending knowledge of smartphone forensics (and almost everything else) makes her one of the best and most sought after speakers in the entire ...
  • "How to Install SIFT Workstation and REMnux on the Same Forensics System"

    Lenny Zeltser
    12 Jun 2015 | 7:52 pm
    Combine SIFT Workstation and REMnux on a single system to create a supercharged Linux toolkit for digital forensics and incident response tasks. Here's how.
 
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  • BSidesCincy Follow up

    Harlan Carvey
    26 Jul 2015 | 11:50 am
    I had the distinct honor of speaking at @BSidesCincy this past weekend, and I greatly appreciate the opportunity that Justin, Josh, and the entire crew provided for me to speak.In my time, I've been to a number of conferences.  I started with Usenix back in '99, and that experience was a bit different for me, in that the vast majority of my public speaking to that point had been in the military (during training, and while providing training).  Over the years, I've attended (I prefer to speak at conferences in an attempt to keep costs to my employer down...) several…
  • Ghost Busting

    Harlan Carvey
    13 Jul 2015 | 6:48 am
    First, read Jack's post, Don't wait for an intrusion to find you. Next, read this post (The Blue Team Myth).Notice any similarities...not in content, but in the basic thought behind them?Yeah, me, too.  Great minds, eh?  Okay, maybe not...butSo, you're probably wondering what this has to do with Ghostbusters...well, to many, an intruder within the infrastructure may seem like a ghost, moving between systems and through firewalls, apparently like an apparition.  One thing I've seen time and again during incident response is that an intruder is not encumbered by the…
  • The Blue Team Myth

    Harlan Carvey
    23 Jun 2015 | 6:05 pm
    The 2015 M-Trends Report states that the median number of days that threat groups were present in a victim's network before detection was 205 days, which is down 24 days from 2013.  But that's the median number of days...the longest persistence was 2,982 days.  That's over 8 years.  The report also states that 69% of organizations were informed of the breach by an external entity.The 2015 TrustWave Global Security Report indicates that 81% of companies did not detect breaches on their own, and that the median length of time it took to detect a breach was 86 days.What…
  • Hunting, and Knowing What To Hunt For

    Harlan Carvey
    22 Jun 2015 | 3:04 pm
    Like many others of my generation, when I was a kid I'd go and play outside for hours and hours.  Sometimes, while running through the woods, I'd see trash...but seeing it often, I wouldn't think much of it.  Sometimes it was a tire in the creek, and other times it might be bottles or cigarette butts in a small cluster. When I went through my initial military training, we spent a lot of time in the outdoors, but during the first 6 months, there was no real "this is what to look for training".  It wasn't until a couple of years later, when I returned to be an instructor that the…
  • RegRipper plugin update

    Harlan Carvey
    11 Jun 2015 | 8:09 am
    I just pushed out an update to the appcompatcache.pl plugin, and committed it to the Github archive.  The update was based on a request I'd received to make the output of the tool a bit more manageable, and that was right along the lines of something I'd been thinking about doing for some time, anyway.In short, the update simply puts the output for each entry on a single line, with the app path and name first, then the date, then other data (that's specific to 32-bit XP, actually), and finally, the executed flag.  Each segment is separated by two spaces.So, what does this mean?
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  • Going Too Far to Prove a Point

    Richard Bejtlich
    21 Jul 2015 | 6:45 am
    I just read Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway - With Me in It by Andy Greenberg. It includes the following:"I was driving 70 mph on the edge of downtown St. Louis when the exploit began to take hold...To better simulate the experience of driving a vehicle while it’s being hijacked by an invisible, virtual force, Miller and Valasek refused to tell me ahead of time what kinds of attacks they planned to launch from Miller’s laptop in his house 10 miles west. Instead, they merely assured me that they wouldn’t do anything life-threatening. Then they told me to drive the Jeep…
  • My Security Strategy: The "Third Way"

    Richard Bejtlich
    30 Jun 2015 | 12:23 pm
    Over the last two weeks I listened to and watched all of the hearings related to the OPM breach. During the exchanges between the witnesses and legislators, I noticed several themes. One presented the situation facing OPM (and other Federal agencies) as confronting the following choice:You can either 1) "secure your network," which is very difficult and going to "take years," due to "years of insufficient investment," or 2) suffer intrusions and breaches, which is what happened to OPM.This struck me as an odd dichotomy. The reasoning appeared to be that because OPM did not make "sufficient…
  • My Prediction for Top Gun 2 Plot

    Richard Bejtlich
    30 Jun 2015 | 8:01 am
    We've known for about a year that Tom Cruise is returning to his iconic "Maverick" role from Top Gun, and that drone warfare would be involved. A few days ago we heard a few more details in this Collider story:[Producer David Ellison]: There is an amazing role for Maverick in the movie and there is no Top Gun without Maverick, and it is going to be Maverick playing Maverick. It is I don’t think what people are going to expect, and we are very, very hopeful that we get to make the movie very soon. But like all things, it all comes down to the script, and Justin is writing as we…
  • Hearing Witness Doesn't Understand CDM

    Richard Bejtlich
    27 Jun 2015 | 8:50 am
    This post is a follow up to this post on CDM. Since that post I have been watching hearings on the OPM breach.On Wednesday 24 June a Subcommittee of the House Committee on Homeland Security held a hearing titled DHS’ Efforts to Secure .Gov.A second panel (starts in the Webcast around 2 hours 20 minutes) featured Dr. Daniel M. Gerstein, a former DHS official now with RAND, as its sole witness.During his opening statement, and in his written testimony, he made the following comments:"The two foundational programs of DHS’s cybersecurity program are EINSTEIN (also…
  • The Tragedy of the Bloomberg Code Issue

    Richard Bejtlich
    20 Jun 2015 | 6:13 am
    Last week I Tweeted about the Bloomberg "code" issue. I said I didn't know how to think about it. The issue is a 28,000+ word document, enough to qualify as a book, that's been covered by news outlets like the Huffington Post.I approached the document with an open mind. When I opened my mail box last week, I didn't expect to get a 112 page magazine devoted to explaining the importance of software to non-technical people. It was a welcome surprise.This morning I decided to try to read some of the issue. (It's been a busy week.) I opened the table of contents, shown at left. It took me a…
 
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  • The Internet of Things and Smart Cities – Security and Privacy Aspects

    Neelu Tripathy
    30 Jul 2015 | 4:32 am
    The Internet of Things and Smart Cities – Security and Privacy Aspects In a world where the technology is constantly improving itself by the hour, the demand for a seamless integration of human needs and the digital word is on the rise. With every new device that we are procuring for our day to day Read More... The post The Internet of Things and Smart Cities – Security and Privacy Aspects appeared first on Checkmate.
  • Security Review of Microsoft DirectAccess Implementation

    Vinesh Redkar
    30 Jun 2015 | 12:12 am
    This article presents the key risks with DirectAccess and how to audit them. Let’s begin by first understanding the DirectAccess technology. Introduction of DirectAccess From the Wikipedia definition DirectAccess, also known as Unified Remote Access, is a VPN-like technology that provides intranet connectivity to client computers when they are connected to the Internet. Direct Access Read More... The post Security Review of Microsoft DirectAccess Implementation appeared first on Checkmate.
  • Server Side Request Forgery (SSRF)

    Nilesh Sapariya
    15 Apr 2015 | 4:33 am
    Introduction Is your server protected against port scanning?  The general answer will be “Yes, I have a firewall which restricts access to internal servers from the Internet.” What if I tell you I can still scan the ports on your server and your firewall wouldn’t know about it! If the web application running on a Read More... The post Server Side Request Forgery (SSRF) appeared first on Checkmate.
  • PCI DSS Penetration Testing Guidance

    Wasim Halani
    10 Apr 2015 | 5:40 am
    The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council recently released their updated Information Supplement: Penetration Testing Guidance. The guidance document was last published in 2008 under the heading ‘Requirement 11.3 Penetration Testing’ The updated document marks a major difference in the approach taken by the PCI Council to clarify and educate stakeholders about the standard’s requirements Read More... The post PCI DSS Penetration Testing Guidance appeared first on Checkmate.
  • Anatomy of a Credit Card Stealing POS Malware

    Monika Kachroo
    2 Mar 2015 | 10:13 pm
    INTRODUCTION Point-of-sale (POS) is the place where a retail transaction is completed. It is the point at which a customer makes a payment to the merchant in exchange for goods or services. Majority of retail POS systems also include a debit/credit card reader. POINT-OF-SALE INTRUSIONS What is it? When attackers compromise the computers and servers Read More... The post Anatomy of a Credit Card Stealing POS Malware appeared first on Checkmate.
 
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  • Identifying website visitors using phone battery life

    3 Aug 2015 | 9:05 am
    A little-known feature of the HTML5 specification means that websites can find out how much battery power a visitor has left on their laptop or smartphone – and now, security researchers have warned that that information can be used to track browsers online. The battery status API is currently supported in the Firefox, Opera and Chrome browsers, and was introduced by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C, the organisation that oversees the development of the web’s standards) in 2012, with the aim of helping websites conserve users’ energy. Ideally, a website or web-app can notice when the…
  • Announcing (ISC)²'s Security Congress 2015, Sept 28th-Oct 1st

    30 Jul 2015 | 12:17 am
    Digital Forensics will be a featured topic at (ISC)²'s Security Congress 2015, Sept. 28th-Oct. 1, in Anaheim, California. The conference offers four full days of educational sessions on a range of critical information security issues, including malware, cloud security, governance, regulation and compliance, mobile security, healthcare security, application security, digital forensics – and more. For those working in the digital forensics field, the conference provides an opportunity to network with other Certified Cyber Forensics Professionals (CCFPs), learn about the latest trends and…
  • Interview with Keith James, Executive Vice President of Sales, AccessData

    29 Jul 2015 | 4:24 am
    Keith, please tell us about your role as EVP of Sales and Marketing at AccessData. What does your day-to-day work entail? Customer service is my key priority. I spend a great portion of my day listening to customers, understanding their issues, and responding to their questions and concerns. My daily focus is on building better products, meeting and anticipating customer needs, and providing a better customer experience. Your university degrees were in History and Law – what was it that made you interested in pursuing a career in digital forensics specifically? History, Law and . . .
  • NAS Forensics Explained

    29 Jul 2015 | 2:28 am
    Network Attached Storage (NAS) have a long track history of corporate deployments. Their scaled-down versions (ranging from single-bay to four-drive enclosures) are frequently used at homes and in offices. These smaller-size appliances are often called “personal clouds” for providing some parts of functionality of online cloud services. More and more people prefer using their laptop computers at home instead of a full-size desktop. As many laptops are equipped with relatively small, non-expandable storage, NAS becomes an obvious and convenient way to increase available storage. In home…
  • Project Spartan Forensics

    27 Jul 2015 | 6:26 am
    by James Gratchoff & Guido Kroon, University of Amsterdam Project Spartan is the codename of the new Microsoft Edge browser and successor to its previous, Internet Explorer. This research paper gives insight into the current artefacts that the current development versions of Project Spartan leaves behind on workstations. The authors analysed what these artefacts are, where they are located and how can they be gathered. This research led to the conclusion that Project Spartan’s back end does not differ much from the latest Internet Explorer versions, as Project Spartan still uses similar…
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  • To (ISC)² Global Academic Program (GAP) Instructor John Sands, the Next Generation is Everything

    (ISC)² Management
    4 Aug 2015 | 7:33 am
    To GAP instructor John Sands, the next generation is everything. He has dedicated his career to teaching and creating programs that fill the cybersecurity education gap that persists today. His work has propelled the cybersecurity field forward by decades. In addition to his role as GAP instructor, Sands is also the department chair for Computer Integrated Technologies at Moraine Valley Community College and co-founder for the National Center for Systems Security and Information Assurance (CSSIA), a GAP member since 2014. Early in his career, he recognized that schools and universities were…
  • 5 Reasons Security Congress is the (ISC)² Member Event of the Year

    Moderator
    13 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    The fifth annual (ISC)² Security Congress, proudly co-located with the 61st annual ASIS International Annual Seminar and Exhibits, is scheduled for September 28 through October 1 in Anaheim, California, U.S.A. We expect more than 19,000 information security and operational security professionals to join us, making this one of the largest and most unique conferences you will experience. In honor of the fifth annual (ISC)² Security Congress, here are five reasons this year's Security Congress is the (ISC)² member event of the year. Largest CPE Opportunity of the Year With so much to see…
  • Why Hiring CCSPs will Help the C-Suite Sleep at Night

    (ISC)² Management
    8 Jul 2015 | 10:56 am
    A few short years ago, cloud computing was considered a relatively new concept inherent with risks that many IT professionals weren’t comfortable taking. I’ll avoid the debate about who coined the term cloud computing, but I’m old enough to remember how we formerly referenced the cloud in telecommunications as a way to simplify and abstract the details of the external network that’s connected to internal devices. Today, the concept of cloud computing is intended to simplify communication by eliminating the need to know all of the specifics of the cloud provider’s underlying software…
  • A Simpler Way to Research Regulatory Requirements

    (ISC)² Management
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:40 am
    Commonplace to information security professionals, regulatory compliance does not necessarily guarantee security. However, in a world rife with perpetual breaches and data loss, we hear more and more about the importance of regulatory compliance and IT governance, risk management and compliance (or GRC for short). For those folks who are required to abide by regulations such as HIPAA, SOX or PCI (especially those who fall under multiple regulations), maintaining compliance can be cumbersome. These requirements, in addition to normal information security duties, can be simply overwhelming for…
  • CSSIA - Closing the Gap in Cybersecurity Education for Nearly 30 Years

    (ISC)² Management
    25 Jun 2015 | 1:07 pm
    To provide insight into the positive strides the (ISC)2 Global Academic Program (GAP) and its member schools are making in filling the pipeline for qualified professionals, we’re going to highlight a different GAP school every other month. The National Center for Systems Security and Information Assurance (CSSIA), one of the country’s first comprehensive Centers for Advanced Technology Education, became a GAP member school in 2014. CSSIA has four goals focused on innovation in cybersecurity education: Expanding and enhancing cybersecurity curriculum labs, skills events and competitions…
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  • Wait, what? TrueCrypt ‘decrypted’ by FBI to nab doc-stealing sysadmin Secure Hunter

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    4 Aug 2015 | 5:50 pm
    Do the Feds know something we don’t about crypto-tool? Or did bloke squeal his password? Discontinued on-the-fly disk encryption utility TrueCrypt was unable to keep out the FBI in the case of a US government techie who stole copies of classified military documents. How the Feds broke in isn’t clear.… The Register – Security Secure Hunter Anti -Malware The post Wait, what? TrueCrypt ‘decrypted’ by FBI to nab doc-stealing sysadmin Secure Hunter appeared first on Secure Hunter Anti-Malware.
  • Yahoo! ads! caught! spreading! CryptoWall! ransomware! AGAIN! Secure Hunter

    shadmin
    4 Aug 2015 | 5:51 am
    Unpatched Flash holes exploited to inject file-scrambling nasty Yahoo‘s ad network is still being used to spread ransomware to Windows PCs a year after the last big outbreak.… The Register – Security Secure Hunter Anti -Malware The post Yahoo! ads! caught! spreading! CryptoWall! ransomware! AGAIN! Secure Hunter appeared first on Secure Hunter Anti-Malware.
  • New US cyber laws will hit privacy and security, says Homeland Security Secure Hunter

    shadmin
    3 Aug 2015 | 5:50 pm
    When even the DHS thinks it’s a bad idea then it must be time for a rethink The US Department of Homeland Security is hardly what you’d think of as a bunch of whining lefties, but even this agency has come out against the proposed Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act.… The Register – Security Secure Hunter Anti -Malware The post New US cyber laws will hit privacy and security, says Homeland Security Secure Hunter appeared first on Secure Hunter Anti-Malware.
  • Hacktivists congratulate Daily Show’s Jon Stewart via Donald Trump’s website Secure Hunter

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    3 Aug 2015 | 5:51 am
    ‘Celebrating the first openly Asshole Presidential Candidate’ Canadian hacktivists TelecomixCanada have defaced Donald Trump’s website. The message, entitled “Your Moment of Zen, Mr Stewart” is a shoutout to Jon Stewart of the Daily Show for his steady criticism of Donald Trump.… The Register – Security Secure Hunter Anti -Malware The post Hacktivists congratulate Daily Show’s Jon Stewart via Donald Trump’s website Secure Hunter appeared first on Secure Hunter Anti-Malware.
  • Mt Gox’s Mark Karpeles arrested in Japan Secure Hunter

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    2 Aug 2015 | 5:52 pm
    Police move on boss of collapsed Bitcoin exchange French-born Mark Karpeles, head of the failed Mt Gox Bitcoin exchange, has been arrested in Japan.… The Register – Security Secure Hunter Anti -Malware The post Mt Gox’s Mark Karpeles arrested in Japan Secure Hunter appeared first on Secure Hunter Anti-Malware.
 
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  • Fight Fraud as a Forensic Accountant

    ki-admin
    30 Jul 2015 | 1:45 pm
    By Peter Vogt LedgerLink Monster.com An employee embezzles millions of dollars from his company, but he doesn’t know his firm is on to him. To combat his schemes, the company brings in a forensic accountant, a professional with a combination of financial expertise and investigative prowess, to determine exactly what’s going on. Eventually, the forensic accountant uncovers the fraud, gathers evidence and turns it over to the FBI. The employee gets convicted and goes to prison. This is not the plot of the latest Hollywood blockbuster, or the latest corporate accounting scandal for that…
  • Tom Brady’s Destroyed Smartphone: A Look at Where Those Texts Went

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    29 Jul 2015 | 5:50 am
    By Alyssa Newcomb ABC News The destruction of Tom Brady’s Samsung phone wouldn’t have been enough to immediately get rid of his text messages, however the window of time he waited to disclose to the NFL he destroyed the phone would have been enough time for all traces of his communication to disappear. Brady’s destroyed smartphone turned out to be the latest smoking gun for NFL officials who on Tuesday upheld a four-game suspension against the New England Patriots quarterback for his alleged role in using underinflated footballs during the AFC championship game. NFL…
  • Have a Great Independence Day!

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    2 Jul 2015 | 8:49 am
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  • Counterfeiting – What Should You Do To Prevent It?

    ki-admin
    2 Jul 2015 | 7:01 am
    Today’s business world has become extremely competitive. The marketplace is becoming more saturated with counterfeit products, which can greatly depreciate the value of your company if you fall victim to counterfeit practices. If you believe your business may have been the subject of such practices, you might want to contact a firm offering anti-counterfeiting services. Kessler has been a leader in the field of anti-counterfeiting for decades. Kessler will work with your company to help stop counterfeiting and protect your company from future abuse. Kessler contains a wealth of knowledge…
  • Business Intelligence: It Pays to Know More

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    30 Jun 2015 | 11:34 am
    It’s not easy getting a business started, and it’s even more difficult maintaining success. The statistics are not kind to new businesses, and in fact, most fail within a single year. If you’re having trouble building your business in a competitive market, you may want to consider consulting an investigation firm to provide business intelligence solutions. Business Intelligence solutions can provide you with the insight needed to better understand your market. Intelligence analysts are capable of discreetly and covertly obtaining corporate strategies from the competition to provide you…
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