Monthly Archives: January 2021

Microsoft doesn’t treat its source code like a trade secret. Is that smart?

In the course of investigating the impacts of the SolarWinds breach, Microsoft security specialists discovered “unusual activity” within a number of internal accounts, including one that was used to view the company’s internal source code.

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From diversity efforts to pandemic recovery, workforce issues will evolve in 2021

Vaccine distribution could mean a return to offices, but most experts expect a new hybrid model to emerge. Pile that on top of the already challenging situation posed by a supposed skills gap and efforts to improve diversity, and the cybersecurity community may need to redefine workforce priorities.

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SC Labs product reviews: Email security

Editor’s Note: This set of reviews originally appeared in February 2020. To find out more about SC Labs, contact Adrian Sanabria at [email protected] The use of collaborative tools and technologies is on the rise with email topping the list. That explains why it faces such relentless attacks. Email communications are leveraged to keep businesses running…

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