Public Clouds & Shared Responsibility: Lessons from Vulnerability Disclosure
Much is made of shared responsibility for cloud security.
But Oliver Tavakoli, CTO at Vectra AI, notes there's no guarantee that Azure or AWS are delivering services in a hardened and secure manner.
Let the Magic of Kitchen Tarot Guide Your Meal Planning
The cards told me I should have a cocktail first. It was dinnertime, I was starving, and the idea of my empty stomach being full of a vodka slushie went against all of my instincts.
Why the Next-Generation of Application Security Is Needed
New software and code stand at the core of everything we do, but how well is all of this new code tested?
Luckily, autonomous application security is here.
Patching Over Your Problem
Remy Porter
Remy escaped the enterprise world and now makes LEDs blink pretty. Editor-in-Chief for TDWTF.
Deanna inherited some code which had gone through many, many previous hands.
BillQuick Billing Software Exploited to Hack U.S. Engineering Company | SecurityWeek.Com
Hackers abused the BillQuick Web Suite billing software to compromise the network of an engineering company in the United States and deploy ransomware, threat detection firm Huntress reports.
Supertall Buildings, Super-Complicated Concerns
Tall new buildings are testing the limits of building codes from an earlier era.
It's going to be a wet, messy, windy day as a menacing early-season Nor'easter pounds the region.
The Rumpus Poetry Book Club Chat with Derrick Austin
The Rumpus Poetry Book Club Chat with Derrick Austin
Brian S: I'd like to start by asking you about the role geography and place play in these poems.
After the rain: What San Francisco learned from a monster storm - The San Francisco Examiner
A felled tree in Sydney G. Walton Square blocks part of a lane on Front Street following Sunday's storm on Monday, Oct. 25, 2021. (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)
Spanx chief gives all employees first-class plane tickets and $10,000
The chief executive and founder of the shapewear company Spanx has surprised employees with two first-class plane tickets and $10,000 each.
BillQuick Billing App Rigged to Inflict Ransomware
A SQL injection bug in the BillQuick billing app has not only leaked sensitive information, it's also let malicious actors remotely execute code and deploy ransomware.