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| |Microsoft Exchange Hack: Why So Many Enterprises Still Run Their Own Exchange Servers 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 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 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 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 Three steps to fight this increasingly vexing problem.
| |Fuzzing Java In OSS-Fuzz 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 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 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 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 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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