TechBeacon is the must read site for IT practitioners of all stripes, whether you’re in dev, test, IT ops, networking, security, or a little bit of everything. Over the past month, we’ve published a wide variety of articles in the security space. Here are the highlights:
Are containers getting a bad rap for security? - Perhaps you think containers are a dangerous security threat. Learn how the tech can be more secure if designed and deployed properly.
Bolstering Linux container security - Many in the IT industry are calling 2018 the year of the Linux container. New tools can secure your Linux-based containers.
Grammarly leaks everything you've ever typed into the service - Grammarly, the grammar-checking service, had an enormous hole in its browser extension. Richi Jennings, our humble blogwatcher, curated these bloggy bits for your entertainment (and enlightenment).
Why the hack-back is still the worst idea in cybersecurity - So, what can go wrong when private firms decide to pursue attackers with their own technical tactics? Plenty. Bad idea.
Secure code for today’s IT is a priority. But is BSIMM the answer? Read highlights from the latest data release of the Building Security in Maturity Model (BSIMM) study.
Linus Torvalds sums up Intel Spectre patch FAIL as “pure garbage” - The recent Meltdown and Spectre attacks require thoughtful risk assessment, not just patching everything with the lastest bleeding edge fix.
Let us know what you’d like to see covered in the upcoming weeks on TechBeacon.com!