What it means to have a baseline level of security in 2021
Chris Ritter, Principal Systems Engineer & Application Architect for Dell Technologies joins other influential security leaders to discuss cybersecurity trends and strategies as both public and private sector organizations meet today’s most pressing security challenges.
SEC settles with First American over massive data leak for nearly $500,000
The commission said First American's information security personnel spotted the vulnerability months earlier, but didn't fix it or notify company brass.
After more than a decade, SentinelOne researchers weed out Dell vulnerabilities
Dell issued fixes for the issues in question.
Finland implicates China-linked APT31 in parliament hack
It's only the latest case of alleged cyber-espionage to rock a Nordic parliament.
China-linked hackers exploited SolarWinds software in 2020 breach, researchers say
The hackers, like the alleged Russians, tailored the code to the SolarWinds platform.
After SolarWinds breach, lawmakers ask NSA for help in cracking Juniper cold case
The lawmakers are hoping to crack open a cold case and learn from it before the next big supply-chain breach happens.
A business case for better cybersecurity
Jim Shook, director of cybersecurity and compliance practice for Dell Technologies says cybersecurity is a business issue, not just an IT issue.
Last-minute court rulings on election go against GOP, voting restrictions
Houston and Las Vegas were at the center of Monday's court action.
Hacking group has hit Taiwan's prized semiconductor industry, Taiwanese firm says
The persistent espionage makes all the sense in the world.
‘Ripple’ effect: Flaws found in protocols impact everything from printers to infusion pumps
The discovery highlights how obscure companies can have an outsize impact on supply chain security.