In the latest episode of the Digital Guardian podcast, Gunter Ollmann, CTO, Security (Cloud and AI) at Microsoft, describes how he got his start in infosec, what's driving cloud adoption, what CISOs transitioning to the cloud need to know, and more.
PHI data security worries, the Army's approach to risk management, and how GDPR will affect supply chains - catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) seized control of a server connected to the VPNFilter botnet, a collection of roughly 500,000 hacked routers and network attached storage devices, on Wednesday. It was widely speculated attackers behind the botnet were gearing up for an attack on Ukraine this weekend.
In the latest episode of the Digital Guardian podcast, Rob DuBois, a former Navy SEAL and red teamer at the Department of Defense, describes how his approach to personal development can help security practitioners defend assets and understand adversaries.
Malicious Android apps, hospital leaks, and more - catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
A jury ruled that Emerson Electric stole proprietary data center designs from BladeRoom, putting a close to a long running trade secrets lawsuit. The ruling comes a month after Facebook settled with the British manufacturing firm over similar charges.
For the second straight year Black Book Market Research rated Digital Guardian the highest in threat detection and prevention solutions by healthcare client survey respondents.
Adobe issued its second round of patches this month on Monday, including several that address critical issues that can lead to remote code execution.
A set of vulnerabilities dubbed "EFAIL" affect encryption standards like PGP and S/MIME and could reveal the plaintext of encrypted emails sent in the past.
Supply chain risk management advice, a GDPR primer, and more - catch up with the week's infosec news with this roundup!
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