Symposit LLC & HumanLink LLC Approved for Pilot Study on Advanced 3D Security Training by the Transportation Security Administration Innovation Task Force (TSA ITF)

JULY 19, 2022, Alexandria, VA: HumanLink, LLC, a leader in human factors data and training, will provide their experience in the field by addressing the Transportation Security Administration (TSA)’s need for a Universal Training Platform solution. HumanLink will conduct a pilot study for TSA’s Innovation Task Force (ITF) utilizing an innovative X-ray screening tool known

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Hackers to Cloud Accounts of Technology and Aviation Companies Demonstrate Different Threat Model – the Parasite

Hackers to Cloud Accounts of Technology and Aviation Companies Demonstrate Different Threat Model – the Parasite Wake up C-suite! SC media writer Bradley Barth reported in January on instances where hackers were able to hijack cloud accounts of high-tech and aviation firms, and stay hidden. This type of advanced persistent threat has been plaguing companies

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Symposit is selected to delegation for U.S. Security Trade Mission

January 27, 2021 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Symposit LLC has been selected by the U.S. International Trade Association (ITA),  part of the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) to join a delegation of private-sector businesses to participate in the 2021 Security Mission for Economic Prosperity in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. MISSION DESCRIPTION The United States Department

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Using Route53 DNS private hosted zone server in OpenVPN

I was trying to get a private hosted zone to work an resolved server IP addresses with AWS when clients connected via OpenVPN. The Route53 private hosted zone worked within the servers in my environment, but not the OpenVPN clients. Per AWS’s own instructions (https://aws.amazon.com/premiumsupport/knowledge-center/r53-private-ubuntu/) I went down a rabbit’s hole of setting up a

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DNS Vulnerability Affects Every Business with Windows Server: Don’t Wait for the Hack

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) made an emergency mandate last month around Windows DNS vulnerabilities.  The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently identified a vulnerability in the Windows Domain Name System CVE-2020-1350. When the servers fail to properly handle requests, hackers can exploit this vulnerability by running arbitrary code in order to

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