Today on Lock and Code, we speak with returning guest Tanya Janca about why so much of our software comes packaged with vulnerabilities.
On Lock and Code this week, we discuss why we keep failing at getting the cybersecurity basics right, with Jess Dodson.
Kaseya Unitrends, another service offered by Kaseya, includes a newly-discovered vulnerability. It’s not as bad as Kaseya VSA’s flaws.
“Seven or eight” zero-days: The failed race to fix Kaseya VSA, with Victor Gevers, Lock and Code S02E13
Kaseya VSA had “seven or eight” zero-day vulnerabilities, revealed DIVD Chair Victor Gevers in the latest episode of Lock and Code.
A reported, severe ransomware attack against Kaseya VSA means the safest, quickest option is to shutdown Kaseya VSA servers now.
There’s a new ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) in town, and it can twist tongues for giggles as much as twist organizations’ arms for cash. Get to know the Sodinokibi ransomware, including how to protect against this fledgling threat.