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Google to Underwrite Contributors to Linux Security

Google and the Linux Foundation announced this week they will underwrite two full-time maintainers for Linux kernel security development. Gustavo Silva is currently working full time on eliminating several classes of buffer ...
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‘Dangerous’ RCE in VMware: Patch, or the Puppy Gets It

‘Dangerous’ RCE in VMware: Patch, or the Puppy Gets It

A really nasty remote code execution vulnerability is being exploited right now. VMware vCenter can be trivially broken into ...
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Understand Your Staff: How Insiders Shape Defenses

Enterprises and their staff dealt with a lot of change in 2020. The pandemic and resulting lockdowns forced organizations to allow staff to work from home. This vastly increased mobility, cloud computing ...
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Security Budgets to See 2021 Increases, Survey Finds

Last year saw a tremendous shift in security priorities following enterprises’ response to the pandemic. The good news is, business leadership is now paying more attention to information security. The bad news ...
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New Lacework CEO Takes the Helm

Lacework this week named David “Hat” Hatfield as CEO as part of an effort to accelerate adoption of a platform that unified runtime threat detection, behavioral anomaly detection and cloud compliance. Most ...
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Hacking for Dollars: North Korean Cybercrime

In mid-February 2021, the Department of Justice shared the content of what had been a sealed indictment charging three North Korean (DPRK) hacking “operatives” with a plethora of cybercrimes, including “cyber heists ...
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Sysdig Donates Module to CNCF to Improve Linux Security

Sysdig announced today it has donated a sysdig kernel module, along with libraries for the Falco security platform for Kubernetes, to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as part of an effort ...
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Water Plant Infrastructure Hackers Go Kinetic

The reported hack of a water processing plant in Oldsmar, Florida, has raised alarms about the security of critical infrastructure IT systems and their vulnerabilities. But for those more familiar with the ...
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Making the Right Cloud Security Investments

With more remote workers, there is a greater need for cloud computing services. With more cloud computing, there is a greater need for cloud security. An Exabeam study found that companies are ...
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Think Macs Don’t Get Malware? Think Again.

Think Macs Don’t Get Malware? Think Again.

Researchers have discovered stealthy malware on many Macs. But nobody knows what its purpose is. It’s a mystery ...
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