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Sep 192018

Game of Code: The Web is Dark and Full of Terrors

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Mar 272018

Cybercrime-as-a-Service: Selling DDoS on the Dark Web

| Senior Threat Intel Analyst

Unlike legitimate cybersecurity jobs, cybercrime does not require certification or advanced degrees. In fact, the barrier of entry into the world of cybercrime remains extremely low, in large part due to the growth of cybercrime-as-a-service on the Dark Web. In The Black Market Report, our Threat Resistance Unit (TRU) researchers identified a full menu of […]

Corey Milligan

Senior Threat Intel Analyst

Corey has more than 18 years of IT experience. Before coming to Armor, he worked his way up the Army ranks, retiring as a Chief Warrant Officer and one of the Army’s first Cyber Operations Technicians. He holds some of the industries most sought after certifications including CISSP, GCIA, GNFA, and GCTI. As a member of Armor’s Threat Response Unit, Corey provides threat intelligence support to the SOC and other divisions as needed, enhancing their efforts by collecting and analyzing open and closed source threat intelligence feeds, reporting on priority threats, identifying IOCs in support of network monitoring and incident response, and analyzing logs to identify hidden threats.

Apr 112017

Sound the Alarms – Hacker Owns Dallas’ Emergency Management Systems

In the early morning hours approximately 156 outdoor weather/emergency sirens wailed horns across Dallas neighborhoods, thanks to a culprit who possibly gained physical access to a centralized broadcast system or, via remote access through phone lines sending signals to individual siren towers. Ordinarily used to alert residence to dangerous weather activity, the horn blasts cast […]