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Bugs, Breaches, and More!
- Rare Steganography Hack Can Compromise Fully Patched Websites
- Bug Bounties Continue to Rise as Google Boosts its Payouts
If you build it, they will come
Learning & Tools
- Security Training That Keeps Up with Modern Development
- New machine learning model sifts through the good to unearth the bad in evasive malware and some background reading for Introduction to Artificial Intelligence for Security Professionals
Food for Thought
Interview: Murray Goldschmidt, Sense of Security
Murray has over 20 years’ experience in commercial information security. Prior to co-founding Sense of Security, he held senior consulting positions at Dimension Data and other leading information security management companies in South Africa.
Murray defines the company’s business strategy, and is responsible for revenue forecasting. He also maintains key client relationships.
A recognised industry expert, Murray holds ISC2 CISSP, ASCS IRAP, and PCI SSC QSA credentials, among others.
The state of container security in the enterprise