CISA issues warning about VMware and F5 vulnerabilities
The threats could impact a large number of companies, the agency says.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has issued alerts about five software vulnerabilities that likely affect a large number of organizations.
Four of the vulnerabilities were found in VMware Inc. prod... Read more
Barracuda unveils new web application and API security capabilities
Barracuda's WAAP platform offers increased protection on multiple fronts.
This week, Barracuda announced the expansion of Barracuda Cloud Application Protection, its platform for Web Application and API Protection (WAAP). The new release adds automated API Discovery and GraphQL security capabili... Read more
New Relic enhances Kubernetes monitoring solution
A new plugin will make software engineers' lives much easier, the company says.
This week, New Relic announced that it has added a more streamlined approach to collecting metrics using the extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF) in the Linux kernel. New Relic is also releasing a plugin for the op... Read more
EC tech startup fund is hit by delays
The European Commission's fund to accelerate tech growth has hit some snags.
The European Commission startup fund was supposed to accelerate advanced technologies and fill a funding gap — but the firms that need the cash to grow are facing delays that are starting to hurt their business., acco... Read more
Barracuda expands SASE platform to support hybrid cloud deployments
Improvements aimed at companies that have moved to SaaS and IaaS environments
Barracuda Networks this week announced the expansion of its cloud-native SASE platform. Barracuda's SASE platform streamlines Secure SD-WAN, firewall-as-a-service, Zero Trust Network Access, and Secure Web Gateway func... Read more
Oracle has to finally pay HPE the $3 billion it owes them
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected Oracle's final appeal.
The US Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear Oracle's appeal to overturn a ruling ordering the IT giant to pay $3 billion in damages for violating a decades-old contract agreement.
As reported in The Register, the story goes back to J... Read more
SysDig unveils SysDig Advisor
The new solution helps dev teams troubleshoot Kubernetes much faster.
Sysdig this week launched a new software tool called Sysdig Advisor. The new tool aims to help companies fix technical issues in their Kubernetes deployments faster.
San Francisco-based Sysdig offers two software products: ... Read more
EU governments and lawmakers agree to toughen cybersecurity rules
The new laws will target "key sectors" according to the European Commission.
EU countries and lawmakers agreed last week to tougher cybersecurity rules for large energy, transport and financial firms, digital providers and medical device makers, according to a report in Reuters. The announcement... Read more
U.S. and EU seek to avoid a “subsidy race” in chipmaking
The two blocs agree to limit the money they will spend to lure chip manufacturers.
The United States and European Union will announce a joint effort to avert a "subsidy race" as they scramble to boost production of scarce semiconductor chips, according to a report in Reuters.
A "senior Biden ... Read more
Backdoor in public code repository presents a new security threat
A new form of attack has been used to target big tech firms using "dependency confusion"
A professional tester has created a backdoor that researchers found hiding inside open source code targeting four German companies, according to a report in Ars Technica. The tester was checking clients’ r... Read more