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Mr. Robert David Graham

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Chief Executive Officer

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Errata Security
1401 Peachtree St. Suite 500
Atlanta , Georgia 30309
United States

Company Description: Errata Security is a privately held firm started in 2006 by experts in the cybersecurity industry. The mission of Errata Security is to give access to the skills...   more

Employment History

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Microsoft is just "whining" ..., 17 Jan 2015 [cached]
Microsoft is just "whining" over its own inability to respond to bugs in a timely manner after over a decade of using its dominant position to dictate how vulnerabilities should be handled, said Robert Graham, the CTO of security research firm Errata Security in a blog post Monday. "It's now Google who sets the industry's standard for reporting vulnerabilities," he said.
Robert Graham, a researcher ..., 24 Dec 2014 [cached]
Robert Graham, a researcher with Errata Security, stresses that anyone can hire hackers on the black market. These cybersoldiers of fortune might work on behalf of a country or an ex-Sony employee -- and not even know it.
He's also wary of how quickly the U.S. government blamed North Korea. Hacking investigations typically take months, including the FBI's takedown of online drug bazaar Silk Road and hunting down members of LulzSec.
"Even if its true that it was North Korea, I don't think the FBI would do it in three weeks," Graham said. "Maybe six months."
Robert Graham, CEO at ..., 15 Jan 2015 [cached]
Robert Graham, CEO at Errata Security, said that the laws could even conceivably be applied to anyone clicking on a link in an email or a Tweet. "The new laws make it a felony to intentionally access unauthorized information even if it's been posted to a public website. The new laws make it a felony to traffic in information like passwords, where 'trafficking' includes posting a link," wrote Graham in a blog post.
He continued: "Even if you don't do any of this, you can still be guilty if you hang around with people who do.
Help Net Security - Off The Wire Archive, 1 Dec 2004 [cached]
Interview with Robert Graham, Chief Scientist for ISS The Chief Scientist for ISS, Graham shares with Network Computing Asia his views on intrusion detection and prevention, and why ISS continues to be a force to reckon with. [more]
News: Neohapsis Ups the Ante: New Open Security Evaluation Criteria (OSEC) Revolutionizes Security Product Testing, 21 Jan 2001 [cached]
"There are many misleading vendor benchmarks in the industry," says Robert Graham, lead architect, Internet Security Systems, Inc."Neohapsis has begun to remedy this issue by creating a comprehensive test criteria for networked products.Internet Security Systems is pleased to be the first to have its RealSecure® Gigabit Sensor 7.0 protection solution tested based on the OSEC intrusion detection criteria."
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