Confidential computing is an emerging industry initiative and a form of technology that’s capable of isolating and encrypting data in use — or, data that’s in a processing phase within a central processing unit (CPU).
When it comes to cybersecurity, nobody does it as well as the NSA. A report released by the U.S. intelligence agency offers plenty of advice for you to keep your network secure.
A critical vulnerability in Apache’s Log4j Java library leaves companies scrambling to defend against hackers.
Here’s a look at the recent GoDaddy security breach, which left WordPress users’ data exposed.
The United Nations is still reeling from a data breach carried out at the beginning of the year using compromised employee login credentials, potentially purchased from the dark web for as little as $1,000.
When large, consumer facing companies are hacked, the impact can be enormous. Just ask T-Mobile, who are now on their fifth data breach in four years.
IT administrators must always be vigilant in the face of new cyberthreats — especially if they rely on legacy applications or hardware.