SC with major contributions to HP Cyber Risk Report 2012

We work on security assessments daily and see common trends on every engagement. Recognizing these changes helps us keep on the edge of the security assessments and provides us the insight to give back to the community including our research in Mobile tools (ExploitMe Mobile) and NFC.

I’m extremely pleased to say that this year, we’ve taken our insight and made major contributions to the HP Cyber Risk Report 2012. Our focus was on the trends in mobile applications including cutting edge areas such as NFC, used increasingly in financial apps. We’ll have some detailed lessons learned to come but for now, you can grab the report by clicking here.

A lot of hard work went into this so kudos to the team with special mention to Jevonne, Tak, Subu and Sahba!

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