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Salvatore J. Stolfo

Salvatore J. Stolfo

Founder and CTO, Allure Security Technology, Inc.

  • Cloud Security Architectures: Lifting the Fog from the Cloud

    by Salvatore J. Stolfo on April 17, 2019

    A growing body of technical knowledge has been codified and broadly taught to computer science students on how to properly architect a large-scale application or system to meet functional and performance goals. A similar body of security engineering knowledge needs to be developed to architect a corresponding security architecture. A fundamental principle of this knowledge body should be to…

  • HIPAA, GDPR and the Dreaded “Second Hop” Security Problem

    by Salvatore J. Stolfo on June 18, 2018

    Malicious attacks targeting a healthcare company’s confidential data are nothing new. The industry has lived under the stringent HIPAA requirements for years and many have made great strides deploying systems to manage and protect their data. What is disturbing, however, is the number of breaches that still occur. A recent example: LifeBridge is just now disclosing a breach that happened in…

  • Fast Detection of Breaches is ideal to keep Financial Data Safe

    by Salvatore J. Stolfo on April 10, 2018

    Malicious attacks targeting a company’s confidential financial data with the intent to make a profit is nothing new. What is disturbing, however, is the amount of time the hacker can go unnoticed, in some reported cases of breaches as long as months. In 2015, 32 Ukranian hackers made as much as $100 million by accessing financial earnings press releases stored at PRNewswire and other newswire…

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