Posts tagged Events

3 min Vulnerability Disclosure

R7-2019-01: CircuitWerkes Sicon-8 Client-Side Authentication Read-Only Bypass (CVE-2019-5616)

The Sicon-8 ships with a web-based front-end controller and implements an authentication mechanism in JavaScript that is run in the context of a user’s web browser.

4 min AWS

Seeing Security Scale: Rapid7’s Recap of AWS re:Invent 2018

In this post, I will detail my time at AWS re:Invent and provide observations about how security plays a role in our cloud journey.

2 min Metasploit

Congrats to the 2018 Metasploit community CTF winners

After three days of fierce competition, we have the winners of this year's Metasploit community CTF [/2018/11/05/announcing-the-2018-metasploit-community-ctf/]. We've included some high-level stats from the game below; check out the scoreboard here [https://metasploitctf.com/scoreboard]. If you played the CTF this weekend and want to let the Metasploit team know which challenges you found exhilarating, interesting, or infuriating (in a good way, of course), we have a survey up here: https://r-7

2 min Metasploit Weekly Wrapup

Metasploit Wrapup

Trevor Forget: Metasploit Town Hall @ Derbycon Metasploit’s Brent Cook [/author/brent-cook], Adam Cammack [/author/adam-cammack], Aaron Soto [/author/aaron], and Cody Pierce are offering themselves up to the crowds at this year’s fourth annual Metasploit Town Hall at Derbycon [https://www.derbycon.com/]. Heading to bourbon country next weekend? Block off your 5 PM hour on Saturday, October 6 to join the team as they unveil some new hotness in Metasploit Framework and take questions and requests

5 min Events

A Tale of Security Summer Camp: Rapid7's 2018 Recap of Black Hat and Beyond

From conference talks and business hall exhibitions to security trainings and personal conversations, the big takeaway from the past week was undeniable. Our industry is at an inflection point, and everyone is focused on a common theme: unification.

1 min Events

Open Source Security Meetup (OSSM): Vegas 2018

Want to chat with members of the Metasploit Framework core dev team about open source security in Vegas this year? Come to the fourth annual OSSM (Open Source Security Meetup) August 9.

2 min Awards

Rapid7 Wins Best Security Company Award at SC Awards Europe!

TL;DR: Hooray! Thanks SC Awards Europe, we’re dead chuffed with the award! There are an actual tonne of incredible people at Rapid7. It’s an inspirational place, with amazing products and services, and a company ethos that really supports making a difference in the world. From the research we do, to the community support, to the public policy work that goes on, Rapid7 isn’t just your standard security software vendor. You might say I’m biased, but I can honestly tell you it’s a very special pla

2 min Events

RSA 2018: Kickoff wrap-up

The opening day of RSA offered up copious nods to the need for security to be an integral, integrated part of innovation. RSA President Rohit Ghai talked about moving security upstream in the SDLC, Microsoft’s Brad Smith called for new ways to innovate that “put security first,” and talk tracks put CamelCase to good use with multiple headlines on SecDevOps and DevSecOps. The Rapid7 team is intimately familiar with the principles behind the SecOps movement: our epic two-story booth in the South e

2 min Events

Where to find Rapid7 in San Francisco: 2018 edition

Headed to San Francisco for RSA and/or BSides SF this year? Here's where to find us.

5 min UNITED

UNITED Summit: Day 2

After a jam-packed day one of Rapid7’s UNITED Summit [/2017/09/13/united-summit-day-1/], the UNITED running club started the day bright and early yet again. The rest of us opened UNITED [https://unitedsummit.org/index.php] day two with a fireside chat hosted by Jen Ellis [/author/jen-ellis], Rapid7 VP of Community and Public Affairs, and a slew of prominent security commentators: Lares founder Chris Nickerson [https://twitter.com/indi303], Mach37 Cyber’s [https://twitter.com/MACH37cyber] man

5 min UNITED

UNITED Summit: Day 1

Explore, Challenge, Progress: Make The World a Better Place What a day! Rapid7’s UNITED Summit [https://unitedsummit.org/index.php] officially kicked off today at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. Joined by our partner sponsors Code42, CyberArk, Recorded Future and Red Seal, Rapid7 welcomed 500 attendees. UNITED kicked off the conference with the surprise opener Blue Man Group. Now if that’s not a welcome to Boston, I don’t know what is! Following the fun of the Blue Men, Rapid7’s

2 min GDPR

GDPR or GDP-argh? Find out at UNITED!

Contained within this post is a secret look into the talk-planning life of Samantha Humphries, Rapid7's senior manager for international solutions, and Katie Ledoux, a senior security analyst. Let's watch what happens. From: Caitlin Condon Sent: 16 August 2017 15:26 To: Samantha Humphries; Katie Ledoux Subject: Re: Blog post for your GDPR session at UNITED Sam! Katie! How would you two feel about writing a blog post on your UNITED [https://unitedsummit.org/index.php] session on GDPR compliance

1 min UNITED

UNITED Spotlight: Industry Roundtables

Rapid7’s annual UNITED Summit [https://unitedsummit.org/index.php] is fast approaching, on September 13th and 14th in Boston. As a past attendee (both as a customer and as a Moose [https://www.rapid7.com/about/company/]), I can assure you that UNITED is a great opportunity to learn about emerging and ongoing cybersecurity and IT topics—from the Rapid7 team and from experts across many different industries. My favorite example of this is the Industry Roundtables, scheduled on Wednesday, Septembe

1 min Events

Gone Phishing: A Case Study on Conducting Internal Phishing Campaigns

To many, emails are boring. It’s been a long time since they were ‘cool,’ and they’re probably the slowest form of communication in an evolving fast-paced digital world. Nevertheless, there were 215 billion emails [http://www.radicati.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Email-Statistics-Report-2015-2019-Executive-Summary.pdf] exchanged per day in 2016, and that number is growing at 3% annually. It's clear that emails aren’t going away anytime soon—and neither are their implications for security.

2 min Threat Intel

Survival of the fastest: evolving defenders with broad security automation

If you’ve read the news at all lately, you know that we're having some struggles with information security. Everything from elections to hospitals to Westeros is considered a target, and adversaries continue to learn and innovate—often faster than the defense can respond. It’s not that they have better tools or work harder than the defense, so what gives? If you're struggling with these issues and happen to be coming Rapid7's annual United Summit [https://unitedsummit.org/index.php], swing by th