Bruce Schneier digs into some commonly tossed around consumer security tips. He digs into what can actually work, what is flat out bad advice, and what is probably overkill.
Security in networking is a huge undertaking. You have to know what you need to know before you ever start implementation. Orhan Ergun takes a look at some of the important pieces of security in networking, specifically in SD-WAN, to help you figure out where to start before you get started.
The first major security flaw for Kubernetes has been found. It’s a nasty privilege escalation that’s tough to detect. Let the patching begin!
Security is a complicated thing to deal with in the modern world. What we need now more than anything is education about what we face. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at some of the things that impact our secure world and an upcoming event that can shed some light on how to face those challenges.
Security has a huge impact on your WAN strategy. This becomes even more apparent when you move to an SD-WAN architecture. Jed Casey takes a look at some of the things you need to consider when looking at SD-WAN security.
Germany has published a draft outline security rules for SOHO routers. We dig into some of the peculiarities of the rules, and what might have been left out.
Edge computing and IoT are hot topics in today’s market. But not all edge computing solutions are built for the future. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at a new startup, Edgeworx, and what they’re doing to make a big splash at the edge.
Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at the growing world of microsegmentation and how smaller companies like Guardicore are jumping at the chance to work with users to secure their applications and systems and ensure that traffic is only going where it is supposed to go.
Bruce Schneier breaks down why traditionally encryption may be in trouble once quantum computing becomes a reality, and what security researchers are doing to keep things locked down.
As a long time Have I Been Pwned fan, I like to keep up with what Troy Hunt is saying about security. In this post, he makes the argument that publicly shaming bad corporate security is a net positive. This kind of direct public pressure, either from journalists, security researchers, or anyone with social reach, […]