Zero-day Threats

Finjan TeamBlog, Cybersecurity

Finjan Zero day Threats

Sadly, taking steps to avoid becoming the victim of a cyber-attack and putting measures in place to respond to one in the event that it occurs isn’t the entire story in preparing a strategy for cyber-security. There’s a major class of vulnerability that’s capable of causing serious damage, but for which specific preparations can’t be made – zero-day threats. What … Read More

A Closer Look at COBIT COSO Frameworks

Finjan TeamBlog, Corporate Finance

Finjan A Closer Look at COBIT COSO Frameworks

Any organization that has dealings on the financial markets (which pretty much includes everyone, these days) will no doubt be aware of the existence of measures put in place in the wake of recent high-profile cases of financial malpractice, insider dealing, and fraud. But the mechanics and details of the relevant standards and controls may not be so clear. In … Read More

The Future of Biometric Authentication

Finjan TeamBlog, Cybersecurity

Finjan The Future of Biometric Authentication

Biometric Authentication Law enforcement agencies have been using fingerprint records to identify individuals for over 100 years. With developments in physical biology, behavioural science, and technology, the idea of using a person’s physical characteristics or behaviour as a basis for access control, identification and security continues to gain in popularity. The global reach of the smartphone (many with the imaging and … Read More

What Businesses Need From a Robust Mobile Device Management Solution?

Finjan TeamBlog, data security

Finjan What Businesses Need From a Robust Mobile Device Management Solution?

Like many other companies, Finjan is rolling out a Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution in order to manage enterprise resources on corporate dedicated devices and employee-owned devices. Here’s a closer look at MDM and how we are meeting this business challenge. Mobile Device Management The consumerization of IT has disrupted the business world in a big way. The desktop-dependent lifestyles … Read More

5 Reasons Why You Need a Data Rights Management Policy

Finjan TeamBlog, data security

Finjan 5 Reasons Why You Need a Data Rights Management Policy

The old saying has it that “Time is Money” – but these days, “Information” carries equal weight. If confidential or proprietary data is lost, stolen, or illegally copied, it can have consequences for a business that are just as catastrophic as the collapse of all its investments and the loss of its capital base. That’s why having an effective Data … Read More

Perspective on the case of Apple vs. the FBI

Jules PanopoulosBlog, Mobile Security

Finjan Perspective on the case of Apple vs. the FBI

Apple vs. the FBI – It’s in the Settings The case of Apple vs the FBI has received an enormous amount of press lately and has raised an interesting and important debate. The U.S government turned to Apple to assist them in their investigation into the San Bernardino terrorist attacks, but to date, Apple has been unwilling to meet their … Read More

Symantec Corp. vs. Finjan, Inc. – Board Rules Against Symantec Petition

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Finjan Symantec Corp. vs. Finjan, Inc.   Board Rules Against Symantec Petition

Update on Symantec Corp. vs Finjan, Inc. Symantec’s Allegations of Inequitable Conduct Not Proper for Petition for Inter Partes Review and will be Disregarded On February 26th, 2016 in the case Symantec Corp. (NASDAQ:SYMC) vs. Finjan Inc. (NASDAQ:FNJN) (IPR2015-01897) the US Patent and Trademark office (USPTO) ruled in favor of Finjan, Inc ($FNJN), finding that allegations tantamount to unfair conduct … Read More

FighterPOS – malware designed to infiltrate point of service payment systems

Finjan TeamBlog, Cybersecurity

Finjan FighterPOS   malware designed to infiltrate point of service payment systems

Security Affairs’ Pierluigi Paganini reported yesterday that FighterPOS, an advanced form of malware designed to infiltrate point of service payment systems, has made the jump from its native Brazil to the United States. Security Researchers at TrendMicro have isolated new strings of code in known versions of the malware that have been written in English, instead of the original Portuguese … Read More

Finjan IP Chief on Litigation as a Last Resort

Vanessa WinterBlog

Finjan Finjan IP Chief on Litigation as a Last Resort

Scott Graham from the Recorder recently published an article featuring Finjan’s Chief IP Officer, Julie Mar-Spinola, and the fact that for Finjan Litigation is the Last Resort. While the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) has been called a patent “death squad” Finjan has seen the PTAB as an asset. Competitors have engaged in … Read More

Cybersecurity – a Tale of Two Countries

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Finjan Cybersecurity – a Tale of Two Countries

Finjan Honors its Israeli Technology Start-up Roots As Finjan celebrates its 20-year history in cybersecurity, the Company is proud to honor its Israeli technology startup roots. Finjan’s President and CEO, Phil Hartstein and CFO, Michael Noonan just returned from a trip to Israel where they had the opportunity to attend the Cybertech 2016, an annual international conference dedicated to the … Read More