This week in the Security Weekly News, Number one in the charts, the cyber charts that is, Binance receives the ban hammer from UK's FCA, Lawmakers introduce American Cybersecurity Literacy Act – Marines this does not apply, you keep chomping on your crayons, key vulnerabilities in the Atlassian project and software development platform, GitHub bug bounties: payouts surge past $1.5 million mark – sounds like rooky numbers to me, the UK MoD giving away secrets for free, if you ride the bus, and the return of Jason Wood for Expert Commentary!
Theresa Lanowitz joins Business Security Weekly to review real edge computing use cases from the AT&T Cybersecurity Insights Report. Specifically, we'll cover the following industry sector reports, including:
Research for the AT&T Cybersecurity Insights Report was conducted during ...
We often think "this would be so much better if done properly from the beginning", but the reality is, doing things from scratch comes with different challenges. Managing priorities, deciding what you tackle on from the absolute beginnings of a company in terms of security is a fun challenge.
Full session at the upcoming GoSec ...
Finally, in the enterprise security news,
Lots of new security startups with early stage funding
SentinelOne picks up Chris Krebs and Alex Stamos’s consulting firm
PE firm picks up ActiveState - a company I haven’t thought about since I last downloaded ActiveState Perl 1000 years ago
Microsoft announces the limited release of Security Copilot