Get your employees trained in security awareness today.

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Simple employee negligence accounts for nearly nine in ten occurrences of data breach in the workplace. An innocent mistake can result in massive losses, not only of money or data, but corporate reputation and customer loyalty. Many common mistakes are entirely preventable with basic training, a modicum of security awareness, and a commitment to adhering to best-practices guidelines. Network security is too important to leave to chance, get your employees trained in security awareness today.

Websec's enterprise security training can educate your employees on ways to eliminate an entirely avoidable source of security vulnerability: common negligence. Our training experts will work with your employees in a number of important areas, including security awareness (including phishing scams, email and password security), best-practices protocols to avoid creating accidental vulnerabilities, standards for remote workers, and more. Our instructors provide hands-on training, and are experienced in creating workplaces that are security savvy.

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Three Non Web-based XSS Injections
In this post guest blogger Alejandro Hernandez (nitr0us) writes about some interesting and fun XSS vectors which are not commonly seen.

Belkin Wemo Switch NMap Scripts
Belkin Wemo Switch Smart Plug is a network controlled power outlet. The current firmware version does not requiere authentication to switch the power ON or OFF or to gather information such as nearby wireless networks. Two NMap scripts have been published

Downloading an Application's Entire Source Code Through an Exposed GIT Directory
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Latest News

Blackhat EU 2015
Websec participated with two tools at the Blackhat, EU Arsenal held in Amsterdam, NL from the 10-13 of November, 2015. During this event, we introduced our brand new tool "credmap: The Credential Mapper" and also presented an amped-up version of Panoptic.

BSides Vancouver 2015
Websec is proud to announce that we will be attending the 3rd annual edition of BSides Vancouver, a local non-profit information security conference held in the heart of Vancouver, BC on March 16 and 17.