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Microsoft acquires anti-rootkit company

Microsoft has shored up its enterprise security portfolio -- and gained a toehold in the government marketplace -- with the acquisition of Komoku, a government-funded startup with products that snoop out rootkits.
SC Awards 2017 finalists
2017 SC Awards Finalists

SC Awards Finalists 2017

TRUST AWARDS Best Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) ProtectionAn advanced persistent threat (APT) product and/or service provides real-time detection of and protection against intruders gaining access to an enterprise environment to stealthily extract high-value information assets from targeted organizations in manufacturing, financial, national defense and other industries. Check Point Software Technologies for SandBlast Cisco for Advanced…

Cure worse than disease? Patching riskier under COVID-19 work-from-home policies

Patch management was challenging enough before the world was upended by a rapidly spreading pandemic. But with security teams working remotely, and employee-operated devices dispersed across large distances, quickly prioritizing and fixing critical vulnerabilities has become both more difficult and more important. As the 2017 Equifax breach showed, delays in patching can result in a…

Schneider ignores researchers’ warnings about hard-coded passwords

SCADA manufacturers Schneider Electric have been found to be shipping products with embedded passwords. Simon Heming, Maik Brüggemann, Hendrik Schwartke and Ralf Spenneberg from Germany’s Open Source Security discovered the issue and said they went public because Schneider didn’t respond to their findings. Users of Schneider’s Modicon TM221CE16R firmware are stuck, because they can’t…
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