Open source has taken over the server side of things, but admins are doing a terrible job of keeping the software patched and up to date. Black Duck Software, a developer of auditing software for open-source security, has released its annual Open Source Security and Risk Analysis, which finds enterprise open source to be full
TSB customers in the U.K. were already frustrated by the bank’s technical problems, but now the situation has gotten worse as criminals take advantage of the chaos. Host Steve Ragan looks at recent TSB phishing attacks and the kit that powers them.
FBI Director Christopher Wray has named executives to five senior leadership positions.
FBI Warns of Posting Hoax Threats to Institutions and Launches Campaign to Educate the Public to #ThinkBeforeYouPost
The FBI is announcing a campaign to educate the public on the consequences of posting hoax threats to schools and other public places and reminds communities that hoax threats are not a joke.
On May 15, at Laganside Magistrates Court in Belfast, we prosecuted Gareth Henry and he was found guilty of working without a licence.
Host Steve Ragan reports from the show floor at RSA 2018, where talks with Chris Roberts, chief security architect at Acalvio Technologies, about the benefits and misconceptions of deception technologies.
There are many aspects to security on Linux systems – from setting up accounts to ensuring that legitimate users have no more privilege than they need to do their jobs. This is look at some of the most essential security commands for day-to-day work on Linux systems. sudo Running privileged commands with sudo – instead
Today we welcomed the publication of the Home Office review (of the regulator).
As backup and recovery products and solutions evolve, they are beginning to intersect with security and compliance. Online backup and recovery software company Asigra has announced a new version of its software that addresses the risks posed by ransomware and non-compliance with Article 17 of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Both should