Posted at Mar 1 2021, 12:00h in cybersecurity Richard Gall, Marketing
Categories: cybersecurity, infosec, microsoft
Reproducible and immutable builds can improve trust in the software supply chain after the SolarWinds hack
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. ...
Posted at Feb 10 2021, 12:00h in cybersecurity Richard Gall, Marketing
Categories: cybersecurity, DevOps, software-development, software-engineering, DevSecOps
One of the most interesting new features in Macrium Reflect 8 is exFAT support. If you’re not an operating system enthusiast, that might not mean much to you — however, it’s significant because it gives Reflect the ability to backup removable storage devices. ...
Posted at Feb 4 2021, 12:00h in cybersecurity Richard Gall, Marketing
Categories: cybersecurity, data-protection, filesystem, windows, Storage
Macrium Reflect 8 will be launched very soon. As it’s Valentine’s Day this month, we thought it would make sense to highlight the many different things you’ll love about the new version. ...
Posted at Feb 1 2021, 12:00h in backup Richard Gall, Marketing
Categories: backup, cybersecurity, data-protection, infosec, software
When I read a piece on The Verge recently that teens on the social media platform are embracing workplace collaboration and productivity app Notion I simply smiled at the absurdity. Given current circumstances, it wasn’t really that surprising — if anything it was just nice to see that for once, a news story could be weird without feeling like there was something dangerous or transgressive at play. ...
Posted at Jan 14 2021, 12:00h in cybersecurity Richard Gall, Marketing
Categories: cybersecurity, data-protection, infosec, privacy, Enterprise-Technology