Reports

Focusing on advanced persistent threats can blind organizations to more likely and equally dangerous adversaries, according to Thomas Hofmann of Flashpoint.

Opinion: Don’t Be Blinded by APTs

In this industry perspective, Thomas Hofmann of Flashpoint says that sensational coverage of advanced persistent threat (APT) actors does little to help small and mid sized firms defend their IT environments from more common threats like cyber criminals. The key to getting cyber defense right is understanding the risks to your firm and prioritizing investments to protect critical IT assets.

Podcast Episode 94: Black Report takes Hacker View and Securing the Open Source Supply Chain

Podcast Episode 94: Black Report takes Hacker View and Securing the Open Source Supply Chain

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSIn this episode of the Security Ledger Podcast we do a deep dive into the recent Black Report by NUIX – which flips the script by asking hackers and pen testers their opinions about how they hack firms and what defensive strategies and technologies work best at stopping them. Also: Rami Sass the CEO and co-founder of this week’s sponsor, WhiteSource Software, joins us in the Security Ledger studios to talk about how a white knuckle audit of his company’s open source dependencies eight years ago prompted him to start WhiteSource, which makes a tool for managing the open source software supply chains.