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How well do you know your APIs? Not well enough, says Cisco

Many APIs are openly accessible online, and that means big chunks of your apps are, too. Cisco’s Vijoy Pandey has tools and tips to help businesses get visibility into their APIs. Image: Shutterstock/Den Rise There’s a slight problem in the world of app development, and it’s one that’s pretty fundamental [...]

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Oxford University COVID lab falls victim to hackers

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is investigating an attack on one of the world’s top biology laboratories.   An isolated incident was detected at Oxford University’s Division of Structural Biology – often known as the “Strubi” lab – after access details for a number of its systems were spotted online. The ...

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The pros and cons of net neutrality

 Net neutrality is rarely out of the headlines. In February 2021, California was awarded the right to enforce its own law regarding the issue when a federal judge denied a motion brought by four telecom and broadband industry groups. The telecoms firms had argued that a “state-by-state approach to Internet regulation” would be confusing to ...

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VMware patches bug that put many large networks at risk

The now-patched vulnerability could have allowed attackers to scan a company’s internal network and gain access to sensitive data, says Positive Technologies. iStock/weerapatkiatdumrong VMware has fixed a serious flaw in its vCenter Server VMware utility that could have opened the door for hackers to remotely execute code on a vulnerable ...

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What is your digital footprint?

Data, as the saying goes, is very much “the new oil” in a business landscape driven by insights and optimisation, with information serving as the currency that keeps everything moving. The way in which personal information is used by some of the biggest companies in the world has also come ...

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CISA warns of ongoing Accellion File Transfer Appliance attacks

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has issued an advisory warning of ongoing attacks targeting organizations using the Accellion File Transfer Appliance (FTA). The advisory was issued jointly with the cyber security authorities of Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, the US, and the UK.  The statement said hackers have been ...

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