DevSecOps is about security enablement at every stage within the organization - the people, process and technology. To begin the DevSecOps journey, organizations should enable and empower technology teams to think about secure design first, says GitHub's Hatim Matiwala.
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Broadcom's acquisition of VMware faces challenges from European regulatory authorities over potential competitive advantages. The $61 billion deal announced in May still needs clearance from the EU and also faces scrutiny by U.K. authorities before it can be finalized.
IT and security organizations can simplify the zero trust journey in the cloud by allowing internet traffic to go directly to the required destination instead of routing through the data center, says Sudip Banerjee, field CTO for Zscaler for the Asia-Pacific and Japan region.
As businesses grow, a key challenge for CISOs is to scale security and at the same time keep it simple, says Jagdish Mahapatra, vice president, Asia, at CrowdStrike. Mahapatra shares the three tenets of cybersecurity for CISOs and how to mitigate the impact of cloud migration on security.
This edition of the ISMG Security Report discusses how Australian health insurer Medibank is facing stark consequences for not paying a ransom to a group of cyber extortionists, how to limit unnecessary cybersecurity exposure during M&A, and how to manage challenges in hybrid environments.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are becoming a major risk to service availability of mission critical, internet-based applications.
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DDoS Attacks have been around for about 20 years. However the ever changing threat landscape has driven DDoS back to the very top of the cybersecurity agenda and demands a new approach.
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A startup that was reportedly almost acquired by Palo Alto Networks for $600 million has instead raised $100 million to forge ahead on its own. App security vendor Apiiro plans to use the proceeds to strengthen its ability to analyze code and developer activities across the software supply chain.
As enterprises have migrated to cloud-based infrastructure and office platforms like Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace, they’ve seen clear benefits: easier collaboration, greater agility, and lower costs and maintenance related to infrastructure.
But for most organizations, the challenge of determining how to...
Software as a service - it's the new shadow IT, says Phyllis Woodruff of Global Payments. And it highlights the new challenges arising for security leaders overseeing their organizations' cloud migrations. She discusses how to make cloud "bulletproof" for business teams.
Versa Networks has completed a pre-IPO funding round to build out a cloud security portfolio and bring zero trust functionality to campus and branch settings. The SASE vendor says the $120 million Series E round will allow the company to build or buy technology around SSPM, CSPM and CWPP.
Snyk has made another round of layoffs, axing 14% of its workforce including cloud security leader Aner Mazur and top legal officer Karyn Smith. The company will reduce its more than 1,400-person staff by 198 employees less than four months after laying off 30 people.
Palo Alto Networks has scaled back its M&A ambitions, walking away from a $600 million deal for Apiiro in favor of buying Cider Security for $200 million. Palo Alto says it abandoned the negotiations over irreconcilable differences in the valuation of Apiiro's code risk platform business.
Cybersecurity firm Eset says its spotted multiple hacks in Israel coming from a Lebanese threat group dubbed Polonium that's affiliated with Iran. The group employs custom-coded backdoors that use a slew of cloud storage accounts to handle command and control.