Adobe @ LocoMocoSec 2019

Adobe @ Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) 2019

Adobe is Honored at the 2019 CSO50 Awards

Security Automation

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Mapping Your Networks with Marinus

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Open Source

Using Machine Learning to Detect Command Line Anomalies

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Ongoing Research

MAVLink: Helping to Improve Our Cloud Services Hygiene

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Security Automation

Help Avoid DNS Takeovers

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Ongoing Research

Better Security Hygiene for Containers

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Security Automation

A Path to Achieving Network Security ZEN

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Major Initiatives

Wrangling Those Pesky 3rd-party Software Vulnerabilities

Like many large software companies, Adobe makes use of both open source and commercial off-the-shelf software components to deliver sol...
Security Automation

Learn More about HubbleStack at SCALE 16x

Christer Edwards, one of our Adobe Experience Cloud engineers and co-creator of our latest open source project, HubbleStack, will be sp...

Introducing HubbleStack

Hello! My name is Colton Myers and I am the co-creator and architect of HubbleStack, an open-source security compliance project written...

ReproNow: Triage Assistant

Bug bounty programs (i.e.crowdsourced security) can bring a lot of benefits. Organizations are able to leverage talent from all over th...

Security Automation Part III: The Adobe Security Automation Framework

In previous blogs [1],[2], we discussed alternatives for creating a large-scale automation framework if you don’t have the resources ...

Security Automation Part II: Defining Requirements

Every security engineer wants to build the big security automation framework for the challenge of designing something with complexity. ...

Security Automation for PCI Certification of the Adobe Shared Cloud

Software engineering is a unique and exciting profession. Engineers must employ continuous learning habits in order to keep up with con...

Security Automation Part I: Defining Goals

This is the first of a multi-part series on security automation. This blog will focus on high-level design considerations. The next blo...