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Microsoft Exchange Hack: Why So Many Enterprises Still Run Their Own Exchange Servers
10th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from TechRepublic
Commentary: Enterprises try their best to secure their data, but running on-premises mail servers arguably doesnt do this. So why do they do it, anyway?
How Cybercrime Groups Are Exploiting The Latest Microsoft Exchange Flaws
10th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from TechRepublic
Criminals have been targeting organizations that run Exchange hoping to breach ones that havent patched the latest bugs, says ESET.
Security Platform Replaces Manual Risk Assessment With On-the-fly Analysis During The Build Process
10th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from TechRepublic
Apiiro creates user profiles and analyzes a companys code base to spot high-risk changes.
Startup Uses NLP And AI To Make Software Security Reviews Less Painful
10th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from TechRepublic
Apiiro creates user profiles and analyzes a companys code base to spot high-risk changes and replace manual risk assessments with on-the-fly analysis.
Hiding In Plain Sight: Protecting Enterprises From The New Shadow IT
10th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from DarkReading
Three steps to fight this increasingly vexing problem.
Fuzzing Java In OSS-Fuzz
10th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from Google Security
Posted by Jonathan Metzman, Google Open Source Security TeamOSS-Fuzz, Google’s open source fuzzing service, now supports fuzzing applications written in Java and other Java Virtual Machine (JVM) based languages (e.g. Kotlin, Scala, etc.)....
How Organizations Can Combat The Security Risks Of Working Remotely
10th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from TechRepublic
Less than half of employees feel their organizations cybersecurity has strengthened since the start of COVID-19, says Lynx Software.
Digitally Transforming Trusted Transactions Through Biometrics, ML & AI
10th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from DarkReading
The pandemic has increased the appetite for e-commerce and contactless payments, and biometrics and artificial intelligence are playing a larger role in securing those transactions.
How Your Remote Employees May Be Sharing Sensitive Data
10th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from TechRepublic
A majority of employees said they share sensitive information through messaging and collaboration tools, says Veritas.
How Weak Passwords Could Put Your Organization At Risk
10th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from TechRepublic
Employees at Fortune 500 companies were found using passwords that could be hacked in less than a second, according to NordPass.
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