During the first half of 2017 we had the pleasure of working with three bright interns assisting us on various projects ranging from developing an interactive training platform to creating challenges for the Cyber Security Challenge to working on improving our own IT environment. We asked them to let us know what they thought of … Continue reading A word from our interns Aras, Gaetan and Wouter!
Many of our NVISO colleagues are very active during their free time. We have colleagues who go mountain-biking, rock climbing, swimming, running, ... The problem is that during the day, they often sit at their desk for four hours straight, grab some lunch, and go back to their desk to sit and work at their computers. To … Continue reading MoveBot: Battling inactivity one micro-exercise at a time
Yesterday, we released binsnitch.py - a tool you can use to detect unwanted changes to the file sytem. The tool and documentation is available here: https://github.com/NVISO-BE/binsnitch. Binsnitch can be used to detect silent (unwanted) changes to files on your system. It will scan a given directory recursively for files and keep track of any changes it detects, based … Continue reading Using binsnitch.py to detect files touched by malware
Last week, a few of us attended the first edition of Hack Belgium. Describing what Hack Belgium is turns out to be a bit difficult: is it a conference? A hackaton? A hands-on workshop? A technology fair? A pitch? In my view, it's all of those combined - and that made the event so interesting! … Continue reading NVISO at Hack Belgium
It was the last week of April: our entire NVISO team had packed their bags and was ready to board a plane. Where to? A secret location, to celebrate the achievements of our fantastic team ! Destination: unknown... From the very beginning, it became clear that the discovery of our destination was a fun team-building event by … Continue reading Let’s get the team together…
So it's been a good 2 months since we have been in business! We thought we’d to take some time to reflect on these two months, in which we've seen quite some interesting security news including the well-known Mandiant report on APT1 and the widespread Java chaos. Last week, ENISA published a "Flash Note" on Cyber … Continue reading Mitigation strategies against cyber threats