Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, learn how Trend Micro software can aid in safely securing containers on the AWS Cloud. Also, how the dark web has become a new advertising medium for practitioners of law.
Dynamic environments require security that integrates with CI/CD pipelines, provides runtime protection for Docker and Kubernetes, and protection for inter-container traffic.
Ransomware infections increased by 233% this past year in the Middle East and North Africa as part of a shift toward more savvy and aggressive cybercrime operations in a region.
Leveraging data from Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, Trend Micro researchers discovered that overall, there has been a 16 percent increase in mega breaches compared to 2017.
The U.S. Department of Justice revealed an unsealed indictment of eight defendants for crimes related to their involvement in widespread digital advertising fraud.
As organizations in critical sectors (CI) like water and energy continue to incorporate the industrial internet of things (IIoT) in their operations, they should start with security in mind.
Atrium Health has revealed a data breach which exposed information belonging to roughly 2.65 million patients.
Trend Micro looks at IoT projects being driven by global organizations, their key challenges and perceived threats, and hard data outlining the frequency and type of attacks they’ve experienced.
Uber was fined a combined $1.17 million by British and Dutch authorities for a 2016 data breach and cover-up that exposed the personal details of millions of customers.
DevOps entails pivotal shifts, like the way monitoring and auditing are carried out. As requirements deploying applications change, the requisites for monitoring and auditing also change.
At re:Invent, AWS announced its new Container Competency Program and the addition of 160+ new container-based products to its Amazon Marketplace software catalogue.
In the course of Trend Micro’s research, we saw that lawyers were offering legitimate legal advice in matters related to family law, criminal law, real estate law, and business.
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