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February 21, 2024

Just How Big Does MISP Data Get, Anyway? We Ran the Numbers

Here at Cosive, we’ve both used and written a fair number of integrations and transformers for MISP events and data. A classic problem is MISP data processing scripts which end up falling over or taking forever to run because they didn’t necessarily expect as much data as they ended up receiving. How robust do our MISP data processing scripts and pipelines need to be to handle the extremes of MISP data volumes?

February 21, 2024

Cosive's 2023 Year in Review

A brief look back on what we achieved in 2023, including two major industry trends and some personal and professional highlights from four Cosive team members.

February 21, 2024

Cosive Claims First Bounty on the Bluehat Threat Detection Platform

Cosive co-founder and Managing Director Kayne Naughton has claimed the first ever threat detection bounty on the recently launched Bluehat Platform, brainchild of Australian cybersecurity startup Illuminate Security.

February 21, 2024

Episode #007: How the NZITF Improves New Zealand's Security Posture with Terry MacDonald

New Zealand Internet Taskforce (NZITF) chairman and Cosive COO Terry MacDonald speaks on all things NZITF, including what the NZITF does, why it was created, and how to get involved. You can see Terry in-person at the NZITF conference on the 13th and 14th of November, 2023.

February 21, 2024

Episode #006: Securing Medical Devices with Emily Etchell

Ever wondered how medical devices like pacemakers, ventilators, and cochlear implants are protected from threat actors? Emily Etchell is a Security Consultant at Cosive. Previously, Emily worked for Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), focusing on how medical devices can be kept safe from malicious actors. Emily shares her experiences in this podcast, explaining some of the challenges involved with securing medical devices, and how they're currently being overcome.