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Ukraine War So Far Holds Mixed Lessons on Cybersecurity  

Several months after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the war holds a range of early implications for cybersecurity, according to reports.


Cybersecurity Firms Not Immune to Tech Layoff Wave  

A recent skid in technology stocks and cooldown for public offerings has led to a wave of layoffs across the sector, and cybersecurity companies are no exception.


Slack’s Popularity Brings Threat of Workspace Breach  

The spread of the collaboration and communications platform Slack, particularly as organizations embraced hybrid work during the pandemic, also raises questions about cybersecurity.


Shadow Code Risks Move Into the Spotlight  

A new report warns organizations that using scripts from third parties and beyond could expose them to malicious “shadow code.”


Employers Adapt As Cybersecurity Skills Shortage Persists  

Organizations have been revamping their cybersecurity recruitment practices as talent remains scarce.


Cybersecurity Pros Weigh in Elon Musk Buying Twitter

Twitter’s $44 billion deal to sell itself to Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, has prompted an outpouring of opinions across all corners—and cybersecurity experts are no exception.


Is Google-Mandiant Deal a 'Shot Across the Bow' for Cybersecurity?  

Google’s recent $5.4 billion acquisition of cybersecurity giant Mandiant was the second-largest in the tech company’s history, and industry observers have been debating what it means for the cybersecurity space.


Colonial Pipeline’s First CISO Leads Rash of Notable Cyber Hires  

Colonial Pipeline has hired the first chief information security officer in the company’s history, highlighting a recent flurry of noteworthy cybersecurity people moves across corporate America.


How to Brace for Cybersecurity Risks of Russian-Ukraine Conflict

Since before President Joe Biden announced new sanctions against Russia in response to its “invasion” of Ukraine, warnings have been mounting about Russian cyber attacks against American organizations.


Entering 2022, Log4j Bug Shows How Security Has and Hasn’t Improved  

Another new year, another widespread cybersecurity meltdown. The vulnerability in the Java-based software known as Apache Log4j, which security officials began warning in mid-December was one of the worst threats they’d seen yet, illustrates both the enhanced strengths and lingering weaknesses of U.S. cybersecurity defenses, according to various reports.


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