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November 2, 2022

End-to-end software supply chain security demands dev and SOC teams shift left together

Security operations centers (SOCs) and developers need to share the responsibility for securing the software supply chain. Find out why in ReversingLabs' latest report.
October 27, 2022

The Week in Security: Pro-China cyber operation Dragonbridge targets U.S. elections

This week: Pro-China operation Dragonbridge targets the U.S. political system. Also: Two flaws in Cisco AnyConnect are being actively exploited. 
October 20, 2022

The Week in Security: Attacks on critical infrastructure and the software supply chain take off

This week: Critical infrastructure sectors such as education and aviation are being targeted by cybercriminals. Also: software supply chain attacks have increased by 742% in the past 3 years. 
October 6, 2022

The Week in Security: CISA alerts on open source tool, SBOMs are just the 'first step'

This week: APT groups targeted a defense industrial base sector organization, why SBOMs are a great “first step,” and more. 
September 23, 2022

The pandemic turned out to be a boon for public-private cybersecurity cooperation

The shift to remote work punched holes in government networks. But it also fostered a transformation in public-private cooperation, one NSA official noted at LabsCon. 
July 21, 2022

Three decades later, ransomware's first act still resonates

Ransomware has taken the world by storm, with big payouts — and disruption of critical infrastructure. Here’s a look at the key factors driving the rise.
July 14, 2022

Rethink your SOC to defend against software supply chain attacks

Software supply chain attacks are on the rise, and a severe threat. Enterprises aiming to reduce risk need to rethink their SOC. Here's how to get started.
February 8, 2022

Microsoft disables Excel, Office macros by default. Will it matter?

Microsoft disabled two decades-old scripting languages in its Office products, long a favorite tool of cybercriminals. The security impact may be less than you think, however.