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We’ve been working hard on our latest prototype, and we’re proud to formally present Capture The Packet Micro! All the CTP features you rely on in a new, micro-size package. Check out our latest offering!
There’s a new technique on the internet designed to fool you into giving up your credentials. It’s called the browser-in-the-browser attack, and if you’re not paying attention, you might just give away the keys to the kingdom.
Infosec is a booming field full of opportunity. Titles like “threat hunter” and “cyber operator” sound very exciting. But what do these jobs really entail?
Welcome to the fourth part of our series on internet safety. Previously, we’ve touched on general tips and social media, Google privacy and online dating, and Windows and mobile wallets. Here, we’ll give you some pointers on VPNs and smartphone use.
Welcome to the third part of our series on staying safe online. We’ve covered general tips and social media, as well as Google privacy and online dating. In this article, we’ll dive into Windows settings that can help keep you safe and cover the basics of mobile wallets.
We recently performed a demo for a major aerospace and defense contractor. Unfortunately, per their corporate communications policy, we cannot disclose their name or use their company logo. However, we are permitted to share employees’ anonymized comments publicly.
Welcome back to our series on staying safe on the internet. Last week we covered general privacy and safety tips, as well as issues specific to social media. In this article, we’ll be talking about Google privacy and the dangers of online dating.
Happy Holidays from Aries Security! We’re taking this time to remind you to stay safe on the internet, and to help your family and friends stay safe as well. We’ve built a list of tips, based off the U.S. Department of Defense Identity Awareness, Protection, and Management (IAPM) Guide, 12th edition, published March 2021.
Aries Security will be hosting virtual contests at SECCON 2021 to help beginners learn basic hacking skills and provide more advanced training to professionals.
In 2021, for the first time, Aries Security was invited to the United Arab Emirates. Our company was asked to host a village at Hack In The Box CyberWeek to show off two of our training modes: Packet Detective and Packet Inspector. The event was a great success and we could not have asked for a better experience in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
Why do we do what we do at Aries Security?
Why focus on building a world-class cyber range, rather than red-teaming, or penetration testing, or selling cybersecurity insurance?
Because the need is there.
The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) is tasked with ensuring information superiority for the U.S. military as it faces new adversaries from without and within. In an article published in AFCEA’s SIGNAL Magazine, Lt. Gen. Robert J. Skinner discusses DISA’s commitment to training and education.
Culture rolls downhill. The values and standards modeled by an organization’s leadership will be emulated by those below them and set the tone for a company’s wellbeing. And setting that tone can take many forms.
Every year, Aries Security is a proud sponsor of the Packet Hacking Village at DEF CON. We have been sponsoring the village since its inception in 2001, and the village provides us the opportunity to turn our cyber range, Capture The Packet, into a cybersecurity contest for the best hackers in the world.
Hacker-developed “Capture The Packet” technology set to collaborate with U.S. Navy to revolutionize how we train and evaluate our nation’s top cyberdefenders
Stay strong, stay fit
Much like physical fitness, cybersecurity skills weaken without regular training. In order to remain competent, whether doing offense or defense, professionals must have access to continual practice and education that reflects real-world scenarios and threats.
At Aries Security, we partner with companies and organizations that make it possible for us to fulfill client needs to the letter. We work in both classified and unclassified spaces, providing technology and services to military and government clients. The sensitive nature of some of this work means that we can’t always discuss the details of our projects with the public – but we can share this one.
We recently surveyed a group of trainees across multiple military service branches: Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, Air National Guard, and Marine Corps Reserve. Here are some of the insights we gained.
At the end of April, our CEO, Brian Markus, received the below letter after a training event with the United States Marine Corps. We share it here with permission and deep gratitude. Supporting national security through promoting excellence in cybersecurity is part of Aries Security’s prime directive, and we are both humbled and thankful for this recognition.
Cybersecurity professionals in the business world must keep their skills sharp in order to protect their organizations. But in the military, the stakes are much, much higher. For these cyber operators, being prepared – or lacking preparedness – can impact national security, physical safety, and even make the difference between life and death for troops in the field.