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Introducing Tripod: an Open Source Machine Learning Tool

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Automating Secure Firewall Change Requests

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Security Automation

Automating the Common Controls Framework

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Compliance

Using User Behavior Analytics to Detect Authentication Anomalies

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Security Automation

Digital Forensics and Incident Response Using OSQuery

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Adobe Supports OpenID RISC Integration with Google Social Authentication

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Community

Mapping Your Networks with Marinus

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Open Source

Using Machine Learning to Detect Command Line Anomalies

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Help Avoid DNS Takeovers

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Better Security Hygiene for Containers

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Security Automation

The OSCP Gauntlet

As a developer who works mainly on the defensive side of the software security battle, it’s easy to lose sight of the difference in complexity between defending and attacking a system.

Adobe & Splunk CTF Competition

A hallmark of an engaged team is continuous learning and improvement. And this is no different for a SOC (Security Operations Center) team.

How Adobe Helps Protect You from Email Phishing

Email has always been a tool of choice cybercriminals.  By capitalizing on an established company’s brand reputation, they can send emails with malicious intent (links, attachments, phishing, etc.) and trick people

Leveraging Security Headers for Better Web App Security

Modern browsers support quite a few HTTP headers that provide an additional layer in any defense-in-depth strategy. If present in an HTTP response, these headers enable compatible browsers to enforce certain security properties.