Stern Security’s founder and principal co-authored one of Cisco Press’ hottest security training courses – Security Penetration Testing (The Art of Hacking Series) LiveLessons. The security training consists of over 10 hours of expert security training. The course is an excellent way to provide cost-effective training to security staff!
The September 2017 (Volume 15 Issue 9) edition of the ISSA Journal features an article by our founder and principal, Jon Sternstein. The title of the story is “Healthcare Security Ailments and Treatments the World Needs to Know” and provides valuable insight into healthcare data breaches. All of the graphs shown can be recreated on […]
WRAL Stern Security’s CEO, Jon Sternstein discusses ransomware with WRAL News. See the full story here: http://www.wral.com/5oys-ransomware-story-for-thursday/16665496/
WRAL News Stern Security’s CEO, Jon Sternstein discusses hackable homes and the “Internet of Things” with WRAL News. See the full story here: http://www.wral.com/strong-passwords-provide-good-defense-as-internet-of-things-grows/16511492/
Stern Security’s Principal, Jon Sternstein was featured in Business North Carolina’s article titled “Internet privacy and cybersecurity round table: For your eyes only”. To see the online version of the article, follow this link: https://businessnc.com/internet-privacy-cybersecurity-round-table-eyes/. To view the full print version, order here: https://businessnc.com/archives/november-2016/
2016 NCHICA Annual Conference The Rise of Ransomware in Healthcare – New Threats, Old Solutions Presenters: Chuck Kesler (CISO, Duke Health) & Jon Sternstein (Principal, Stern Security) August, 2016
We have compiled a list of security measures to implement to either prevent ransomware or limit the damage. Organizations need not implement all of these in order to prevent ransomware. However, these are various strategies that can be implemented depending on the company. Security measures such as “application whitelisting” will prevent most malicious software on […]
Stern Security Labs analyzed a Locky ransomware sample. The following video shows an actual Locky ransomware attack on a Windows 7 machine. Watch how fast the ransomware encrypts the files on the computer. The computer is encrypted within one minute of clicking on the malicious “invoice.pdf” file! Ransomware attack demonstration from Stern Security on Vimeo.