DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE–The advisory outlines the tactics, techniques, and procedures China’s state-sponsored cybercriminals use to breach networks.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE–The pandemic has driven more outsourcing to MSPs, making them prime targets for cybercriminals wanting to scale their attacks.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE–Under pressure to accelerate cloud adoption, IT orgs often skip over crucial security planning steps.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE–Even as cybersecurity grows in importance as a national priority, individual states continue to push ahead with their own data breach legislation, making for an increasingly complicated compliance landscape for cybersecurity managers.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE–Russia has long been the world’s biggest haven for cybercrime. On Sunday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that this would change. But will it?
Data Center Knowledge–The government is taking cybercrime more seriously than ever, but it should do a lot more than it has done so far, experts say.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE—Verizon’s annual report on data breaches finds that more cybersecurity incidents involved external cloud assets than internal ones.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE—The failed AWS plot highlights ongoing rise in physical threat activity accompanying the pandemic and social unrest.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE—Confidential computing in Armv9, called Arm CCA, builds on TrustZone secure enclave technology in mobile chips.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE—Minute inconsistencies introduced in manufacturing make every chip different from the rest and can be used for authentication.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE—Targeting of data centers is a new development. Experts believe the incident should spur review of physical security posture, investment in dark-web monitoring.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE—The startup, founded by former top US government cybersecurity officials, has a novel approach to neutralizing malicious communications.
The platform is designed to turn servers, storage, and networking equipment in your data center into software-defined infrastructure.
Its servers are offline, and this is a good time to check for any doors the notorious malware may have left open on your network.
Flash may be dead, but it lingers in more enterprise data centers than you may think, creating a massive vulnerability.