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ICSA Labs

(ICSA Labs, Mechanicsburg, PA, www.icsalabs.com) The security solutions division of Verizon. ICSA Labs provides ISO-accredited testing and certification of antivirus software, firewalls, VPNs, intrusion detection systems, mobile apps and health IT products.

The organization dates back to the National Computer Security Association (NCSA), a computer security membership organization, founded in 1989. In 1998, NCSA changed its name to the International Computer Security Association (ICSA), which later became TruSecure.

In 2004, TruSecure merged with Betrusted Holdings, Inc. to form Cybertrust, creating the world's largest privately held information security firm at the time. In 2007, Cybertrust was purchased by Verizon. Included in the acquisition was ICSA Labs, an independent division of Cybertrust.
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Also in 2000, ICSA Labs acquires NTBugTraq, an online anti-virus and vulnerability forum, and begins formally testing Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) products.
The malware is not viral, but TruSecure Corp's Russ Cooper, editor of the NTBugTraq mailing list, said that users are being infected through a banner ad that pops up when users visit pages at a certain web-hosting provider.
a computer risk-management and security firm, and editor of NTbugtraq.
Russ Cooper, editor of NTBugtraq, an internet chat site focussing on security issues, said: "It is the first worm to use internet servers to attack other internet servers.
We want to let consumers know that their connection to the Internet is a two-way street and criminals can use that connection to attack your computer," said Russ Cooper, moderator of the NTBugtraq security mailing list.
Most customers have neither the time nor the resources to figure out which patches are most critical," said Russ Cooper, editor of NTBugtraq and surgeon general of TruSecure Corporation.
Cooper is the founder and moderator of NTBugTraq, a TruSecure mailing list for the discussion of security exploits and security bugs in Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP plus related applications.
TruSecure also publishes Information Security Magazine and NTBugtraq, leading sources of news, intelligence and perspectives for the information security professional.
and founder and moderator of the NTBugtraq Newsletter.
TruSecure Media Group consists of Information Security Magazine, the leading industry publication with more than 50,000 subscribers; NTBugtraq, the leading online source of Microsoft-related security intelligence; and TruSecure.
said Russ Cooper, founder and moderator of the NTBugtraq Forum and surgeon general of TruSecure.
TruSecure Media Group consists of Information Security Magazine, the leading industry publication with more than 45,000 readers; NTBugtraq, the leading online source of Microsoft-related security intelligence; and TruSecure.