Introducing Kerio Connect 8.1


Instant Messaging, Windows 8 Mail, 64-bit support and more…

Kerio Technologies today launched Kerio Connect 8.1, a new version of its messaging and collaboration server, which is available for deployment on-premise or as a hosted service (in the cloud or via SaaS).

Kerio Connect 8.1 introduces Instant Messaging allowing users to send instant messages, share files or even hold live audio and video chats. The redesigned Kerio Connect client introduced in version 8 boasts several attractive enhancements such as adjustable user interface colors, pictures preview and the ability to save all attachments at once. The newest version also supports Windows 8 Mail!

Explore all the new features and download the latest version or sign up for ZZ Servers Hosted Kerio Mail

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Managing Partner, David M. Zendzian, to give presentation on SSL/TLS protocol, security and configuration issues


Managing Partner, David M. Zendzian, will be giving a short presentation on SSL/TLS protocol, security and configuration issues on Brighttalk tomorrow at 12 EST.

SSL is a well designed protocol to ensure communications between two points are secured and that 3rd parties are not able to view the protected communications. As such many applications have come to rely on SSL to protect many protocols and services. However due to incorrect deployments, misconfiguration, blind trust or simple human error many attackers are able to insert themselves into this trusted SSL communication capturing data, authentication information and established sessions.

This presentation will overview the most common misconfiguration and assumptions used on internal and external deployments of SSL and discuss how I have designed and deployed solutions to mitigate this risk.

https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/288/63939

ZZ Servers Named Top Ten To Watch


ZZ Servers Named “Top 10 To Watch”

Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce names ZZ Servers to its “Top 10 To Watch”

CHESAPEAKE, Va. – ZZ Servers, a leading provider of information technology infrastructure management and support services has been named as one of the “Top 10 To Watch” companies by the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce.

Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce “Top 10 To Watch” recognizes some of the fastest growing small businesses in the Tidewater area. Businesses nominated for the awards are evaluated not only on financial performance and business history, but on community involvement, strategy, and customer service.

About ZZ Servers

ZZ Servers provides enterprise information technology infrastructure services, management and support to organizations working in a regulatory compliance framework. ZZ Servers is expanding our datacenter and infrastructure services into Hampton Roads offices and providing full service support and management to the desktop.  For more information please visit www.zzservers.com.

About the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce

The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit, member-based business organization. The Chamber is a vigorous advocate for the economic success of its 2,000 member businesses, which employ 225,000 men and women in southeastern Virginia. The Chamber promotes Hampton Roads’ healthy business climate through economic development, public policy initiatives, services and benefits to members. The Chamber is dedicated to creating economic opportunity and enhancing the quality of life in Hampton Roads. Visit http://www.hamptonroadschamber.com

ZZ Servers Managing Partner Contributes to First Bsides Charleston


ZZ Servers is proud to announce Managing Partner David Zendzian’s contribution to the first annual BSides Charleston security conference. BSides Charleston is a grouping of students, professionals, geeks, and tinkerers gathering to discuss Information Security. The conference is being held on April 13th and 14th in beautiful Charleston South Carolina. The College of Charleston has graciously given use of their facility for this groundbreaking event.

Participants are sure to enjoy the talks this year that include:

  • Who Do You Trust? – Integrating Federated Authentication and Authorization Services into your Apps using SAML 2.0
  • From Printer To Pwnd “Leveraging multifunction printers during Penetration Testing
  • SCADA Security – Why is it so hard?
  • Programming Errors: Why do we begin to try and [except] a rescue?
  • Mapping the Penetration Testers Mind: An Auditors Introduction to PenTesting

Plus many more!

There will also be Metasploit training on the first day. BSides Charleston is free to register and participate. Please visit http://www.securitybsides.com/w/page/50788290/BSidesCharleston  to register or for more information.

Possible, Massive Data Breach of Visa and MasterCard


Today Visa and MasterCard have reported a massive breach in their cardholder accounts. Not only has the breach leaked information pertaining to existing accounts, but it has leaked information that may allow the manufacture of new, fraudulent credit accounts.
We all know to be vigilant when it comes to our credit information, and so hopefully that means most of us will notice fraudulent charges and deal with them accordingly. However, with a breach on such a large scale it is better to be caller number 1 rather than caller 9 million. Visa and MasterCard have expressed to anyone who feels that they have been a victim of the breach to call the institution that has issued the card not Visa and MasterCard directly.

For larger credit issuers this should not be a problem to deal with a large number of calls. We should worry about the smaller institutions that will not be able to handle the amount of panic that is sure to start sweeping the cardholder nation.

Remain calm, and carry on comes to mind in this situation. Be vigilant. Monitor your credit and we should all be able to get though this mess unscathed.

 

http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/banking/story/2012-03-30/mastercard-security-breach/53887854/1

http://moneyland.time.com/2012/03/30/visa-mastercard-suffered-massive-data-breach/