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  • by Zeljka Zorz
    The US Justice Department had unsealed charges against a US woman and an Ukranian man who, along with three unidentified foreign nationals, have allegedly helped North Korean IT workers work remotely for US companies under assumed US identities and thus evade sanctions. At the same time, the US State Department has announced that its Rewards […]
  • by Help Net Security
    The worst time to find out your company doesn’t have adequate access controls is when everything is on fire. The worst thing that can happen during an incident is that your development and operations teams are blocked from solving the problem. That’s why having adequate identity access management (IAM) policies in place – which include […]
  • by Help Net Security
    A growing IT skills shortage is impacting organizations in all industries and across all regions, according to IDC. In a recent IDC survey of North American IT leaders, nearly two thirds said that a lack of skills has resulted in missed revenue growth objectives, quality problems, and a decline in customer satisfaction. And the situation […]
  • by Help Net Security
    The enterprise attack surface is expanding in multiple ways, becoming more numerous and more specific, according to runZero. “Our research reveals alarming gaps and unexpected trends in enterprise infrastructure, including the decay of network segmentation, persistent challenges in attack surface management, and the increasing volume of dark matter on modern networks,” said HD Moore, CEO. […]
  • by Help Net Security
    Here’s a look at the most interesting products from the past week, featuring releases from Calix, FireMon, ManageEngine, and OWASP Foundation. Calix strengthens SmartBiz security with automated alerts and anti-spam compliance tools Calix unveiled updates to SmartBiz, a purpose-built small business solution for broadband service providers (BSPs), that expand an existing set of security capabilities. […]
  • by Zeljka Zorz
    New versions of Git are out, with fixes for five vulnerabilities, the most critical (CVE-2024-32002) of which can be used by attackers to remotely execute code during a “clone” operation. About Git Git is a widely-popular distributed version control system for collaborative software development. It can be installed on machines running Windows, macOS, Linux, and […]
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