MonthFebruary 2021

NSA Releases Guidance on Zero-Trust Architecture

A new document provides guidance for businesses planning to implement a zero-trust system management strategy.

‘Nerd’ Humor

Some jokes never get old.

The Edge Pro Tip: Fasten Your Seatbelts

An unprecedented 2020 has shaken up security leaders' usual list of must-have technologies for 2021. Where do they plan to spend next?

The Edge Pro Tip: Fasten Your Seatbelts

An unprecedented 2020 has shaken up security leaders' usual list of must-have technologies for 2021. Where do they plan to spend next?

Securing Super Bowl LV

A peek at open XDR technology, and defense that held up better than the Kansas City Chiefs.

Attackers Turn Struggling Software Projects Into Trojan Horses

While access to compromised systems has become an increasingly common service, some cybercriminals are going straight to the source: buying code bases and then updating the application with malicious code.

Inside Strata’s Plans to Solve the Cloud Identity Puzzle

Strata Identity was founded to change businesses' approach to identity management as multicloud environments become the norm.

Inside Strata’s Plans to Solve the Cloud Identity Puzzle

Strata Identity was founded to change businesses' approach to identity management as multicloud environments become the norm.

Microsoft Releases Free Tool for Hunting SolarWinds Malware

Meanwhile, researchers at SecurityScorecard say the "fileless" malware loader in the attack - Teardrop - actually dates back to 2017.

North Korea’s Lazarus Group Expands to Stealing Defense Secrets

Several gigabytes of sensitive data stolen from one restricted network, with organizations in more than 12 countries impacted, Kaspersky says.