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Lax Cyber Skills, Dev Blind Spots Behind Organizations’ AppSec Breakdowns

Government organizations and educational institutions, in particular, are increasingly in hackers’ crosshairs as severe web vulnerabilities spiral upward. Remote code execution (RCE), cross-site scripting (XSS), and SQL injection (SQLi) are all top software offenders. All three increase or hov...

Netenrich Introduces AI/ML Platform for Cloud Security

The security and operations analytics SaaS company hopes to disrupt legacy security ops with an artificial intelligence-driven approach to security operations built into its Resolution Intelligence platform.

OSS NEWS

Distro Delights, New Release Mania, Forking KDE, Windows in a Bottle

Linux provides user options for a wide variety of desktop environments, making it a much richer computing platform compared to macOS and Microsoft Windows. That benefit is on display with this month’s distro releases and updates.

Open Source Leaders Push WH for Security Action

The Linux Foundation and the Open Source Software Security Foundation brought together over 90 executives from 37 companies and government leaders from the NSC, ONCD, CISA, NIST, DOE, and OMB to reach a consensus on key actions to take to improve the resiliency and security of open-source software.

PRODUCT REVIEW

InnoView’s 15.6″ 4K Portable Panel Could Be the Ultimate Touchscreen Accessory

The InnoView 15.6" 4K HDR touchscreen portable monitor is a superior accessory for productivity and entertainment on your desktop and mobile devices. It checks nearly all the boxes for performance and usefulness.

Open-Source Code a Marginal Problem, Managing It the Key Challenge: Report

Without a detailed accounting of open-source code running within their software, companies have no way to monitor software policies, licenses, vulnerabilities, and versions. That means IT departments are clueless about the overall health of the open-source components they use.

Linux Security Study Reveals When, How You Patch Matters

Computer security only happens when software is kept up to date. That should be a basic tenet for business users and IT departments. Apparently, it isn’t. At least for some Linux users who ignore installing patches, critical or otherwise.

Canonical Lets Loose Ubuntu 22.04 LTS ‘Jammy Jellyfish’

Canonical's Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, aka "Jammy Jellyfish," is now generally available with features that raise the bar for open source -- from cloud, to edge, to IoT and workstations. Ubuntu enterprise users will find hardcore improvements in security and performance for IoT and cloud computing connection...

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Platform Plans To Plunder Poor Tools, Free Forensic Forays To Forestall Breaches

In this edition of the latest open-source industry news: Linux Foundation partners add free security classes; Appwrite garners seed money and hands-on community members; Ubuntu's pending new arrival; new releases from Deepin and Modicia.

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Appdome CEO on Mobile App Security: No Developer, No Code, No Problem

TechNewsWorld exclusive Interview with Appdome CEO Tom Tovar about no-code technology, the state of mobile app security and fraud prevention.

REVIEW

RebornOS Brings Choice and Simplicity to Arch Linux

RebornOS is a Linux distro hopper’s dream computing machine. It is also a great alternative for seasoned Linux users looking for a new option and for newcomers who do not mind tinkering.

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Nasuni Founder Andres Rodriguez: Object Storage Offers More Cloud Benefits, Lower Cost

Cloud storage provider Nasuni recently announced a $60 million equity investment by new investor Sixth Street Growth. This is the fourth round of financing for Nasuni over the last five years, during which it has raised a total of $148 million. We spoke with the company's founder and CTO Andres Rodr...

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New Platform Pushes Data, Dirty Pipe and DNS Tunnel Pollute Linux Plumbing

Two key open-source projects already help maintain data observability issues; be sure you do not get stuck with a Dirty Pipe situation; human errors are a major culprit in successful cybersecurity breakdowns; and Wind River's latest release.

Foundries and Arduino Team To Patch IoT Devices

Foundries.io and Arduino are joining forces to make embedded Linux-powered internet of things and edge computing devices more secure. The deal will combine technological innovations with Foundries' cloud-native development and deployment enterprise solutions for secure IoT and edge devices. Those so...

Cyber Asset Management Overwhelming IT Security Teams

The modern attack surface has grown too large and complex for security professionals to manage using traditional, manual approaches to the asset lifecycle.

War in Ukraine Takes Toll on European Software Development Market

An unintended consequence of Russia's invasion into Ukraine is the loss of technical talent that will impact supply chain and software innovation for years to come.

PRODUCT REVIEW

InnoView 15.8″ Portable Display: More Screen Space for Small Devices

The InnoView 15.8" portable monitor is one of the latest entries in the China-based manufacturer's growing inventory of affordable, lightweight monitors. With the increased use of smartphones and tablets, the need for mobile solutions like this portable screen panel is growing. Let's take a closer l...

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Linux Lingers, Anbox Cloud Smartphone Brain Booty, Critical Census Supports Security

Old-time Linux is back again. It is not uncommon for open-source software to stop in its tracks. Community and team-based projects sometimes lose developers, enthusiasm, or funding. Hundreds of Linux distributions exist. Some come and go all the time, often unnoticed. Usually, others take their plac...

Low-Code Platforms Help Ease the Shadow IT Adversity Pain

Stand-alone automation platforms and low-code software tools in recent years enable vendors to increase sales of products designed for specific roles and functions directly to business users. Often, this puts IT management at arm's length from enforcing governance and security standards.

CyberSec Firms Give Advice, Services To Quell Fallout From Malware Aimed at Ukraine

Hours before Russia began its Ukraine invasion on Feb. 24, Microsoft found a new malware package, which it dubbed "FoxBlade." As more concerns about malware fallout from the war spread, several cybersecurity firms announced protective measures for potential victims.

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