Jenna Phipps writes for eSecurity Planet and Enterprise Storage Forum and has years of experience in B2B technical content writing. She covers security, data protection, and the top industry products. She also writes about the importance of cybersecurity technologies and training in business environments, as well as the role that security plays in data storage. Jenna lives in middle Tennessee.
This past week in cybersecurity saw a wide range of vulnerabilities, from Apple product patches to several flaws that hit DevSecOps teams. The Akira ransomware group made news too, expanding its attacks to include Linux-based systems, and Trend Micro issued a fix for a zero-day vulnerability in its Apex One endpoint security tools. Read about […]
MITRE Engenuity has released its 2023 ATT&CK evaluations, examining how top cybersecurity vendors detect and prevent sophisticated cyberthreats. This year, the evaluations focused on the techniques of Turla, a Russia-based threat group. Turla uses a command-and-control network, as well as open source tools, which are more difficult to protect and easier to exploit because anyone […]
Older unpatched vulnerabilities make hackers’ work easier: They can keep running tried-and-true exploits and just look for new victims. Unfortunately, the theme for this week is returning vulnerabilities, or ones that haven’t been excised quite yet. Some exploits and weaknesses have had fixes for months or longer, yet they keep showing up in the news, […]