Security blog

April 7

Lean Threat Intelligence Part 2: The foundation

In part 1, I discussed the general workflow the Threat Intelligence team at Fastly uses to plan for projects. After performing research and seeing what others have done in this space, we can…

March 16

How college security competitions help us build great security teams

Building a great team is one of the most difficult challenges security managers encounter. Luckily, there are a few initiatives that make things easier on us, including the Information…

March 3

Recap of the Fastly Security Speaker Series

On February 25, we hosted 50+ security researchers and engineers from the Bay Area and beyond in our San Francisco office for the first event in the Fastly Security Speaker Series. This…

February 23

Lean Threat Intelligence, Part 1: The plan

Fastly Security Researcher Zack Allen discusses how you can draw from open source resources to build a lean and powerful Threat Intelligence plan for your organization.

February 18

Introducing Fastly Security Advisories

Today we’re announcing Fastly Security Advisories. Fastly will publish these to address security concerns that either trigger customer interest or require customer action to address.

February 16

Introducing the Fastly Security Speaker Series

Today we’re announcing the Fastly Security Speaker Series, an informal event for bringing together researchers and engineers to share research, tools, and ideas. Fastly will bring some of…

February 3

Update to our TLS 1.0 and 1.1 deprecation plan

Last October, we announced our deprecation plan for TLS 1.0 and 1.1. The PCI Security Standards has since updated their guidance, and we are revising our deprecation schedule accordingly.

October 15

Securing online transactions: announcing our plan for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 deprecation

The PCI DSS 3.1 standard has changed. In order to keep you up-to-date and secure online, we’re announcing our plan for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 deprecation.

September 10

Engineering a more resilient internet

Fastly Director of Security Engineering Maarten Van Horenbeeck shares his experiences of how the security community can protect the “global commons” that the internet has become.

August 11

GitHub’s Joe Williams discusses mitigating security threats

At Fastly Altitude 2015, Joe Williams, a computer operator at GitHub, gave a talk on mitigating security threats (like DDoS attacks) with a CDN. This post is an overview of his talk, with…

July 21

How to fuzz a server with American Fuzzy Lop

In this blog post, I'll describe how to use AFL's experimental persistent mode to blow the doors off of a server without having to make major modifications to the server's codebase. I've…