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Robert Freeman

Senior Manager, IBM X-Force Research

Robert Freeman is a seasoned research and development manager, leader and inventor/technologist. His expertise spans a range of computer security areas including malware, software vulnerabilities and digital rights management. His background is heavily grounded in reverse engineering and rapid prototyping of bleeding-edge technologies.

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2014: The Year That the Internet Fell Apart

A session at IBM InterConnect will discuss the vulnerabilities that rocked the Internet in 2014, such as Heartbleed and Shellshock, and what may come next.

IBM X-Force Researcher Finds Significant Vulnerability in Microsoft Windows

The IBM X-Force Research team has identified a significant vulnerability (CVE-2014-6332) in every version of Microsoft Internet Explorer since 3.0.

Targeted Email Attacks and the Recent Adobe U3D Vulnerability

Users are the weakest link in any organization’s security posture, and while we like to take a more nuanced approach, there is little doubt that the inclination to click on anything does cause issues, particularly when that something looks like it...

Co-Written By Robert Freeman