The good news: open source software is nearly universal. The bad news: half of source code repositories contains open source code containing high-risk vulnerabilities, according to a new report released by the firm Synopsys.
As security “shifts left,” we need to arm engineers with automated security delivered as code, so they can effectively protect our public cloud infrastructures.
In this episode of the podcast (#182) Trammell Hudson of Lower Layer Labs talks to us about Project Airbreak, his recent work to jailbreak a CPAP machines and how an NSA hacking tool helped make this inexpensive equipment usable as a makeshift respirator.
Zoom has rolled out new security features and promised a cyber security and privacy makeover after withering reports of the platform’s failings. In the meantime, enterprises are left to wonder ‘to Zoom or not Zoom?’
Episode 176: Security Alarms in Census II Open Source Audit. Also: The New Face of Insider Threats with Code42
Joe Payne the CEO of Code42 joins us to talk about how the challenge of data breach prevention is changing. And: we do a deep dive on the recent Census II audit of open source.