We catch up on 2 weeks of news, starting with 18 funding rounds and several new products! Splunk acquires Twinwave
Another ASM vendor, Templarbit, gets acquired into the Cyberinsurance industry, InfoSec Layoffs continue in a big way alongside huge cuts at Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon, Microsoft sued for stealing code to train GitHub Copilot, Google sued for tracking when users asked them not to, Apple sued for violating privacy when users asked them not to, Taking away kids’ smartphones, Stealing passwords from Mastodon, Should Cryptocurrency die in a fire? All that and more, on this episode of Enterprise Security Weekly.
Good luck to them! I'm baffled Web3 protection companies are still getting funding, but maybe some of these raises have been in the works for a while. I mean, how do you protect against the CEO and founder of an exchange - people at the core of cryptocurrencies, from being the threat and source of the fraud?
I predict this will be an ugly hack of a tool and 100% of the demand is going to come from highly regulated industries like healthcare. IIRC, Slack already has encryption-at-rest features, and they're also ugly. If the first party feature is ugly, what's the 3rd party option going to be like?
AI/ML is only as good as its design and the data fed to it. The question is - if it's consuming your artwork, your code, your personal work, is it violating copyright, terms of service, and crossing ethical boundaries?
The gaining power of the CISO has never been more visible. This is largely due to how visible Twitter is in this moment, but it's noteworthy that a CISO quitting is being treated as a risk signal to regulators and the general public.
In the enterprise security news, Funding announcements take a bit of a break, We explore a few new vendors and organizations that have come to our attention recently, Wiz researchers annoy yet another cloud service by pointing out ridiculous vulnerabilities - IBM Cloud, this time, Docker Hub has tons of shady stuffs going on, EU strengthens cyberse...
This week in the Security News: When you just wanna hurl, malicious containers, FCC bans stuff, these are not the CVE's you're looking for, Linux password mining, mind the gap, hacking smart watches, & more!
We are joined by Josh and Kurt from the amazing Open Source Security Podcast! We're talking about supply chain risks, threats and vulnerabilities in this segment!