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With information security breaches on the rise and new vulnerabilities developing every day, it is imperative that organizations are adequately informed to defend against these threats. 

While technology is an important element to detecting vulnerabilities, having a vigilant and responsive team of security experts is a unique benefit offered by DDI.  Our dedicated Vulnerability Research Team (VRT) and certified Security Analysts are thought leaders in the information security industry.  Through our Decisive Security Intelligence, you can be properly armed to defend against potential threats that could impact the security of your organization.

Our Decisive Security Intelligence is delivered in multiple ways:

  • Big Data Analysis - Our VRT utilizes Big Data analysis to further reinforce your security by mining aggregate data and identifying potential threats to the DDI community of clients and beyond.  Acting on this valuable information, clients can respond quickly to thwart potential security breaches. 
  • DDI Insight™ - An annual, benchmark study, offered exclusively through DDI, Insight allows you a keen perspective to inform your initiatives surrounding information security.
  • Managed Service Solutions - DDI’s managed solutions come with an assigned Personal Security Analyst (PSA).  Unlike other tool providers, our PSAs offer the industry expertise to guide your assessment and remediation efforts and we will be with you every step of the way as you develop strategies to ensure your valuable data is safeguarded.

So, what can Decisive Security Intelligence mean to you? If you are a DDI client, you can rest assured you will receive the highest and most current intelligence available to arm yourself against the ever-changing threats to your organization’s security.

Alert Center

04/17/2014 » CVE-2014-2879
Multiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in Dell SonicWALL Email Security 7.4.5 and earlier allow remote authenticated administrators to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via (1) the uploadPatch parameter to the System/Advanced page (settings_advanced.html) or (2) the uploadLicenses parameter in the License management (settings_upload_dlicense.html) page. [READ ME]

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