In December 2020, it was revealed that software company SolarWinds’s Orion platform had been compromised, with hackers injecting a malicious code, now known as Sunburst, into it between February and June 2020.
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Let’s get back to basics. Today, we want to talk about an Internet term that you may find yourself using in your everyday life without really knowing what it means: The Cloud. The term “the cloud” is thrown about so much that after a while it can seem a bit nebulous. It seems like everyone is using the cloud for everything. Surely it’s not all that all-encompassing, is it? Actually, it really is.
We’ve talked before on this blog about COVID-19 related scams — particularly phishing scams — and what to look out for to protect yourself. The latest threat, which IBM uncovered, is of enormous concern because of its sheer scale and its target. This wasn’t just an attempt at petty fraud; this was an attempt to disrupt the COVID-19 vaccine cold supply chain.
It often seems like digital technology evolves by leaps and bounds on a daily basis. With breakthroughs happening so regularly, today’s digital landscape seems like a wildly different place when you compare it to the norms of just a couple of years ago.Read more
Information security refers to systems of protecting confidential or private data. These days, much of this data is in electronic form, and access control plays a huge role in protecting it. This article will give a brief overview of what access control is, why it’s so important, and why you should be utilizing it as part of your own data security efforts.Read more
For the past few years, there has been a debate regarding the regulation of web encryption among the governments of several countries around the globe. On November 6, the Council of the European Union published a draft resolution on the topic, while back in October, the US joined Canada, India, Japan, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand in urging the industry to allow governments to have “backdoor encryption access”.