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How to counter insider threats in the software supply chain

Insider threats extend beyond employees within your company to include people working at partners and third parties. Learn about these insider threats in the software supply chain.

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QNAP devices hit by DeadBolt ransomware again

DeadBolt ransomware is once again targeting QNAP's NAS devices, and the vendor is urging customers to patch immediately.

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VMware vulnerabilities under attack, CISA urges action

Administrators are grappling with four VMware vulnerabilities -- two older flaws that are under active exploitation and two new bugs that CISA believes will be exploited soon.

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How to conduct a cyber-war gaming exercise

A successful cyber-war game can help organizations find weaknesses in their system but only if the right participants are involved and an after-action review is completed.

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    How to conduct a cyber-war gaming exercise

    A successful cyber-war game can help organizations find weaknesses in their system but only if the right participants are involved and an after-action review is completed.

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    man in the browser (MitB)

    Man in the browser (MitB) is a security attack where the perpetrator installs a Trojan horse on the victim's computer that is capable of modifying that user's web transactions.

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    Zero trust vs. zero-knowledge proof: What's the difference?

    Zero-knowledge proofs can help companies implement a zero-trust framework. Learn about the two concepts and how they come together to better secure networks.

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