Patch management has historically been a challenge for IT and security teams, which are under pressure to create strong programs and deploy fixes as they're released. Now their challenges are intensified as a global shift to remote work forces companies to rethink patching strategies. Security pros share insights and best practices.
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We’re four weeks into the massive time-out forced on us by coronavirus. Many of us have spent much of that time trying to get used to the radical lifestyle change the virus has brought. But we’re also beginning to think about the end of the crisis, and what the world will look like afterward.
Fast Compnay asked some executives, venture capitalists, and analysts for thoughts on the specific changes they expected to see in their worlds. Our CEO Eva Chen weighs in.
Human error and complex cloud deployments open the door to a wide range of cyber threats, according to Trend Micro.
This report reaffirms that misconfigurations are the primary cause of cloud security issues. In fact, 230 million misconfigurations are identified on average each day, proving this risk is prevalent and widespread.
For the past year, one of Russia's top state-sponsored hacking units has spent its time scanning and probing the internet for vulnerable email servers, according to a report published yesterday by cyber-security firm Trend Micro.
The report deals with the activities of APT28, also known as Fancy Bear, Sednit, and Pawn Storm.