Tag "security"

Informatica’s response to GHOST

After a careful review by Informatica, the recent Ghost buffer overflow vulnerability (CVE-2015-0235) does not require any Informatica patches for our on-premise products. All Informatica cloud-hosted services were patched by Jan 30. What you need to know Ghost is a buffer overflow vulnerability found in glibc (GNU C Library), most commonly found on Linux systems. All distributions of Linux... more

Informatica’s Response To the POODLE SSL v3 Vulnerability

The information security industry is an “arms race”, with attacks always getting better. To that end, it’s important that security controls and implementations be designed with flexibility and agility in mind. The SSL protocol was originally developed by Netscape Communications, the company that helped fuel the Internet generation. For the past 20 years, we’ve seen... more

Informatica Responsible Disclosure Policy

Notifying Informatica of Security Issues Our team of security experts strive to quickly address security issues involving our products and services. For guidance please see below: Problem or issue Informatica contact or resource How do I report a security problem in an Informatica application, online service, or website? Email Responsible_Disclosure@informatica.com How do I provide feedback... more

Informatica and the Shellshock Security Vulnerability

The security of information systems is a complex, shared responsibility between infrastructure, system and application providers. Informatica doesn’t take lightly the responsibility our customers have entrusted to us in this complex risk equation. As Informatica’s Chief Information Security Officer, I’d like to share three important security updates with our customers: What you need to know... more