Thomas Segura

Thomas Segura

Thomas' passion for tech and open-source led him to join GitGuardian as technical content writer. He focuses on clarifying the transformative changes that cybersecurity and software are going through.

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The Open-Source Backdoor That Almost Compromised SSH

The Open-Source Backdoor That Almost Compromised SSH

The open-source world narrowly escaped a sophisticated supply-chain attack that could have compromised countless systems. A stark reminder of the necessity of vigilant monitoring and rigorous vetting within the open-source ecosystem to maintain trust and security.

The State of Secrets Sprawl 2024

The State of Secrets Sprawl 2024

The State of Secrets Sprawl 2024 report by GitGuardian uncovers a 28% increase in leaked secrets on GitHub, revealing an urgent need for significantly improved security practices.

Cybersecurity in Healthcare: Beyond the Myths

Cybersecurity in Healthcare: Beyond the Myths

The healthcare industry, holding a treasure trove of valuable data, finds itself at a pivotal point in its fight against cyber threats. This sector, harassed by cybercriminals, has endured the highest average costs due to breaches for over a decade.

AI and Cybersecurity in 2024 - What's Changing and Why It Matters

AI and Cybersecurity in 2024 - What's Changing and Why It Matters

Tired of the AI hype? We get it. Our latest blog takes a no-nonsense look at AI in 2024's cybersecurity – just the facts and some thoughtful insights. No earth-shattering revelations, just a decent read for your coffee break.

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