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Preview of Federal Security Spotlight with Randy Vickers, director of the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team or CERT.
The federal agency in charge of protecting other agencies from computer intruders was found riddled with hundreds of high-risk security holes on its own systems.
Security Threat Report reveals attitudes to cyberwarfare, Patch or we go public, says bug bounty program
CERT lacking in leadership
DHS IG cites problems with CERT
Carnegie Mellon University's Computer Emergency Response Team (or CERT) has released a new fuzzing framework that will help identify and eliminate security vulnerabilities from different kinds of software. The fuzz testers are used by security researchers to find vulnerabilities by sending random input to an application. Fuzz testing has been popular among hackers, but with the release of this framework, CERT can push businesses to subject all software to fuzz testing.
Director, Computer Emergency Readiness Team
Department of Homeland Security
Oct. 30th, 2008