In Cybersecurity Minute, Ep. 29, Chris examines a recent data breach compromising the security software provider’s proprietary information.
In Cybersecurity Minute Episode 28, Chris Hughes discusses how malicious actors compromised more than 130 business organizations through poor two-factor authentication practices.
In Cybersecurity Minute Episode 27, Chris Hughes reacts to major allegations against Twitter’s security policies, including potential interference from foreign agencies.
In Cybersecurity Minute, Episode 26, Chris Hughes reacts to the recently discovered attack on cloned version of GitHub repositories carrying malicious code.
In Cybersecurity Minute, Ep. 25, Chris reacts to a recently-discovered bug within the Slack platform compromising user passwords since 2017.
In Cybersecurity Minute, Episode 24, Chris unpacks the newly signed bill, which is designed to boost U.S. domestic semiconductor chip production.
In this Cybersecurity Minute, Ep. 23, Chris Hughes details the CIS software supply chain security benchmark, which was developed alongside Aqua Security.
In Episode 22 of Cybersecurity Minute, Chris Hughes explains how malicious actors are using the Brute Ratel tool to undetectably breach security.
The discovery includes malicious code with more than 17,000 harmful downloads, says Chris Hughes in Cybersecurity Minute, Episode 21.
In the latest Cybersecurity Minute, Ep. 20, Chris summarizes the White House’s latest move to curb cyberattacks with greater collaboration.
In this Cybersecurity Minute, Ep. 19, Chris analyzes the CNCF releasing its Secure Software Factory guidance and what it means for software security.
As Chris Hughes explains in Ep. 18 of Cybersecurity Minute, Atlassian’s notification to the public of these vulnerabilities allowed companies to put mitigating controls in place until the patch was released.
In Cybersecurity Minute, Ep. 17, Chris recaps the highlights from the annual report including rises in ransomware and supply chain security attacks.
In Cybersecurity Minute, Ep 16, Chris provides an update on the 2015 Office of Personnel and Management data breach and subsequent settlement for 22 million users.
In this Cybersecurity Minute, Chris analyzes how the digital infrastructure of Costa Rica is falling prey to cyber crime.
While zero-day vulnerability attacks still occur, new research emphasizes the need for basic security hygiene to protect against most advanced persistent threats.
Chris addresses reports that more than 80% of Kubernetes API servers are exposed to the public internet.
Chris addresses FBI, CISA, and NSA warnings that managed service providers that are also SMBs are increasingly popular targets for supply chain attacks.
In this Cybersecurity Minute, Chris talks about efforts being made to improve open-source software security by OpenSSF.
In this Cybersecurity Minute, Chris talks about NIST’s updated C-SCRM Guidance based on tasking from the Cyber Executive Order from the President.