April 11, 2014
-- ATLANTA –
There is a data security threat in the OpenSSL cryptographic library called Heartbleed or formally called CVE-2014-0160 that has recently been disclosed and represents a potential security threat to a large number of websites. Using this vulnerability, malicious probes could access sensitive information including user names, passwords and other critical information submitted by users. All Internet users should be universally aware of suspicious activity on their other accounts.
DTI actively monitors its systems for security threats and after a careful assessment the company confirmed that it is not vulnerable to the Heartbleed OpenSSL security threat. DTI management considers the security and privacy of client information to be of the highest priority. DTI goes to great lengths in order to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of these assets. Its data security and privacy standards are among the industry’s best.
DTI wants to create awareness about the vulnerability and encourage people to review their individual sites and systems for exposure. For more information, please visit the following website: https://web.nvd.nist.gov/view/vuln/detail?vulnId=CVE-2014...
Please contact DTI if you would like to interview Michael Marsilio, DTI’s director of information security and compliance, on how corporations and law firms can deflect and defend against Heartbleed OpenSSL.Michael Marsilio, Director of Information Security and Compliance
Michael Marsilio is responsible for IT security risk management, threat response and governance functions. Marsilio plays a strategic role in protecting DTI’s IT resources, infrastructure and information assets, as well as driving internal security initiatives. Marsilio arrived at DTI with more than 25 years of experience in delivering comprehensive solutions on the most demanding aspects of physical and information security processes and policies. Prior to joining DTI, Marsilio was vice president of security at Shavlik Technologies, an industry leader in the security space recently acquired by VMware. He served as chief executive officer and founder of DigitalMoJo, a managed security services provider and consulting firm that was acquired by TruSecure in 2002. Marsilio is an active member of multiple information security associations and a recognized author on all things security as well as a speaker at security events across the country. He attended Northern Virginia Community College while in pursuit of a business administration:
management information systems degree. Marsilio is based at DTI’s National Technology Center in Atlanta, Georgia.About DTI
DTI is the nation’s largest independent provider of in-house and outsourced legal services and technology solutions. The company has established service centers in major legal markets across the United States and maintains a client list that includes Fortune 500 corporations and AmLaw 100 law firms. DTI provides electronic discovery and document review services, legal business process outsourcing and facilities management. The extensive experience of DTI’s professionals, industry-leading quality and innovative technology solutions provide DTI clients with a service offering that is unmatched in the industry. To learn more about DTI’s national footprint, flexibility, capacity and world-class project management, visit www.DTIglobal.com