Securing data while in use opens doors from the on-prem data center to the cloud for more applications.
AMD’s latest server chips enabled better scalability, less lag, and more memory than Intel SGX, the cloud provider said.
Code written in Java typically goes undetected by antivirus software, allowing for crippling attacks.
The vulnerability has been fixed with an upgrade, but unpatched systems risk the deletion of databases and virtual machines, or even having an attacker gain admin privileges.
An advanced cyberespionage group is designing malware that can “jump” across air gaps, researchers say.
Security experts identify a new worrisome threat vector, but not all of them agree it has legs.
The acquisition reflects a broader shift in cybersecurity, driven by containerization.
In the rush to rebuild operations for WHO, there’s a good chance some security hygiene items may have been overlooked.
Attacks via the popular server management software came swiftly after a researcher discovered the weakness.
New companies are taking fresh, innovative approaches to enterprise network security, but the security startup space has slowed down this year.
From cybersecurity and physical infrastructure to sales, the colocation industry shifts to working from home.
The lockdown has made remote data center management tools essential for colocation providers to continue serving their clients.
Next-gen SIEMs, sandboxing, honeypots, penetration testing, and zero-trust are all now better because of new intelligence capabilities.
The pandemic has put double pressure on critical infrastructure providers, who must stay open while helping slow the virus’s spread.
Security researchers say the flaw is “unfixable,” but attackers would need to get inside your data center to use it.