SecureWV 2022 Lucky Th1rt3en: Malware, ransomware, and maturity models
SecureWV 2022 was the largest gathering of security professionals in the Mountain State ever. Read the highlights, including an in-depth look at ransomware and malware organizations.
DevOpsDays Chicago 2022 - Cloud security, hacking containers, community, and much more...
DevOpsDays Chicago returned as an in-person event in 2022. Read the highlights of this amazing DevOps event, including how many conversations revolved around security and containers.
Poisoning the source – How and why attackers are targeting developer accounts
This year at DEFCON and Black Hat—the world's largest security and hacking conferences—many talks focused on how attackers target developers' accounts. Here are the key points.
Crappy code, crappy Copilot. GitHub Copilot is writing vulnerable code and it could be your fault
The promise of AI code assistance like Copilot was an exciting promise when released. But they might not be the answer to all your problems. A research study has now found that while Copilot frequently introduces vulnerabilities, it may in fact be influenced by the input. Poor code, poor outcome.
GitHub Universe 2021 Overview – What you missed from the GitHub conference
Missed the GitHub Universe 2021? Here are the key takeaways from the conference including key features and what we can expect in the future from GitHub.
Supply chain attacks and ransomware groups, the focus of Black Hat 2021 (conference recap)
One of the biggest security events of the year, Black Hat finished. This article looks at the key takeaways from Black Hat, the massive increase in Supply chain and ransomware attacks and what experts say can be the solution.
Highlights from the 2021 RSA conference - The modern day bank heists
The modern day bank heists illustrates high-level concepts around security and promotes a change in how we think about security, build defense systems and react to active threats.
Highlights from the 2021 RSA conference - Attack and defend a unique approach to exploiting credentials
Presentation of the talk at the RSA conference by Johannes Ullrich and Jason Lam: Attack & Defend: Protecting Modern Distributed Applications and Components.