Displaying items by tag: Christopher Krebs

Infosec professionals are often depicted as people who see things in ones and zeroes and generally stick to reality. But in truth, some of them are better spinmeisters than the famed PR guru Max Markson.

Published in Open Sauce

Microsoft software has once again proved to be the weak link and opened the path for cyber attacks, this time to the US Treasury Department and an entity that deals with Internet and telco policy. The network management software SolarWinds appears to have opened the door for other agencies to be attacked.

Published in Security

A hitherto unheard of company, Finite State, has claimed that telecommunications products made by Chinese equipment vendor Huawei Technologies are more likely to contain flaws that could be used for malicious activity than gear made by its rivals.

Published in Open Sauce

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