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A new Microsoft report suggests firmware attacks are on the rise. But what are they? And does Microsoft have a commercial agenda? ...

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Posted at Apr 12 2021, 12:00h in cyberattack Richard Gall, Marketing

Categories: cyberattack, cybersecurity, infosec, microsoft, security


The Microsoft Exchange attack will concern many organizations around the world. But what can be done to minimize its impact? ...

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Posted at Mar 17 2021, 12:00h in cyberattack Richard Gall, Marketing

Categories: cyberattack, cybersecurity, infosec, microsoft, security


Just as surely as night follows day, a new buzzword enters the scene. This time it’s ‘adaptive cybersecurity.’ You can file this one under things that we’ve always done (or at least should have done) that someone’s now invented a new word for. ...

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Posted at Mar 2 2021, 12:00h in cybersecurity Richard Gall, Marketing

Categories: cybersecurity, data-protection, infosec, privacy, DevOps


The ripple effects of the SolarWinds attack have continued into the first weeks of 2021. That’s not likely to stop — a new strain has recently been identified, highlighting just how deep and sophisticated this particular attack was. ...

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Posted at Feb 10 2021, 12:00h in cybersecurity Richard Gall, Marketing

Categories: cybersecurity, DevOps, software-development, software-engineering, DevSecOps