Jeremiah Grossman

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Jeremiah GrossmanJeremiah Grossman is the founder of WhiteHat Security. Jeremiah possesses a unique combination of technology savvy, customer advocacy and personal passion for application security. A world-renowned web security expert, sought-after speaker and influential blogger, Jeremiah brings a literal lifetime of information security experience, both homegrown and from his days as Yahoo!’s information security engineer, to the role. The ultimate “WhiteHat,” Jeremiah is also founder of the Web Application Security Consortium. In his spare time, Jeremiah practices Brazilian Jiu jitsu and has earned a black belt.



Articles by Jeremiah Grossman

Hackers Spread Malware

Yahoo Cyber Indictment

Following the news about Yahoo Cyber Indictment Jeremiah Grossman, Chief of Security Strategy at SentinelOne commented below. Jeremiah Grossman, Chief of Security Strategy at SentinelOne: “As I look at the way this story is unfolding, there are strong parallels between this and the Google Aurora attacks in 2010. Nation-state sparring continues playing out on private systems like Yahoo’s …

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Yahoo Allowing US Govt To Spy On Users Emails

Following the news about  the latest development of the Yahoo data breach that  Yahoo may have allowed US government to search user emails, Jeremiah Grossman, Chief of Security Strategy at SentinelOne commented below. Jeremiah Grossman, Chief of Security Strategy at SentinelOne: “As a security professional, my first thought on this whole situation is what a government …

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The Ad Blocking Wars

The Ad Blocking Wars

More and more people find online adverts to be annoying, invasive, dangerous, insulting and/or distracting and have decided to install an ad blocker. In fact, the number of people using ad blockers is skyrocketing. According to PageFair’s 2015 Ad Blocking Report, there are now 198 million active ad blocker users around the world, with a growth rate …

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‘Best Practice’ Application Security

‘Best Practice’ Application Security – Does it Exist?

Unfortunately and unsurprisingly, website breaches have become an everyday occurrence. In fact, hacked websites have become so common that typically only the biggest data breaches capture enough attention to make headlines. Experts have known this eventuality was coming and honestly, the prediction was easy. All one had to do was look at the pervasiveness of …

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