Nick Lewis (CISSP) is an information security officer at Saint Louis University. Nick received his Master of Science in Information Assurance from Norwich University in 2005 and Telecommunications from Michigan State University in 2002. Prior to joining Saint Louis University in 2011, Nick worked at the University of Michigan and previous at Children's Hospital Boston, the primary pediatric teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, as well as for Internet2 and Michigan State University.
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Contributions from Nick Lewis, Enterprise Threats
- How Heartbleed can improve incident response
- Can sound attacks really extract decryption keys?
- How to detect malicious P2P traffic
- How 'cloaked' malware avoids sandbox detection
- How to evaluate controls using the 2014 Verizon DBIR
- Analyzing next-generation 64-bit Zeus malware
- Whaling attacks: Avoiding the cyberharpoon
- How to prevent HTTP request hijacking attacks on mobile apps
- Mitigating the Fokirtor Trojan to ensure Linux security
- What is a socially engineered malware attack?
- Exploring the benefits of network appliance sandboxes
- Are VBS worms still dangerous?
- How to avoid a fake patching scheme
- Madware: What it is and how to defend your enterprise against it
- Preventing USB malware from infiltrating USB devices
- Are sandboxes still secure? Explaining the anti-sandbox malware
- How to prevent SQL injection attacks
- Is your enterprise a target for mercenary hackers?
- PHP SuperGlobal variables: Thwarting the risks
- Is antimalware protection critical for mobile security?