Security Operations

January 26, 2023

The Week in Security: After breach, 'unusual activity' detected in GoTo and LastPass dev environments

This week: GoTo says its 2022 breach was worse than reported, also affecting LastPass. Also: A hacktivist finds FBI No Fly list on an unsecured server.
January 9, 2023

Shift the SOC left: Why your organization should integrate DevOps with Security Operations

The collaboration between SOCs and software development teams is essential for ensuring your organization's software security. Here's why. 
January 5, 2023

The Week in Security: Ransomware attacks close out 2022 with a bang, PyTorch compromise explored

The tail-end of 2022 was plagued by ransomware attacks on critical infrastructure. Also, we break down the PyTorch software supply chain attack.
December 15, 2022

The Week in Security: Wiper malware rains down on 2022, Microsoft certificates abused

This week: Twelve malware wipers have been discovered in 2022. Also: The Cuba ransomware gang abused Microsoft certificates to sign malware.
December 13, 2022

How deep scanning protects your data in the cloud

Organizations need to look beyond traditional approaches for protecting their data in the cloud. Here's how deep scanning's modern approach reduces risk. 
November 17, 2022

The Week in Security: Disguised Russian software used in U.S. Army, CDC applications

This week: software security and international relations collide as one tech company falsely brands itself as a U.S. software supplier. Also: a Canadian supermarket chain has been hit with a ransomware attack. 
November 10, 2022

The Week in Security: Former Uber CSO convicted over hack cover-up, supply chain attack targets media

This week: Former Uber CSO is convicted for his attempted cover-up of a 2016 hack of the company. Also: A software supply chain attack has pushed out malware to at least 250 media sites. 
November 3, 2022

The Week in Security: OpenSSL danger downgraded but still real, GitHub exposed

This week: an expected OpenSSL vulnerability may not be as disastrous as was predicted, but is still very real. Also: Unauthorized hackers accessed 130 GitHub repositories as a result of a Dropbox breach.