PEBKAC: the problem of level 8
PEBKAC. Have you ever heard this word, of nerdy origin but which represents one of the biggest and most difficult to solve problems of computer security? It is an acronym, ...
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Windows 11, an even safer operating system
We want to move people from needing Windows, to choosing Windows, to loving Windows. [Satya Nadella] Microsoft had the ambition to make Windows not just a system ...
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A new way to certify open-source software. The challenge of the AssureMOSS project
Europe is largely dependent on open-source software designed primarily overseas. Within the European Digital Single Market, most software is ...
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Internet-of-Things, a systemic risk technology. Here because
For Internet-of-Things (IoT) we mean all those technologies that enable the use of intelligent objects, i.e. sensors and actuators which, connected to the internet, ...
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Cybersecurity: prioritize remediation of the vulnerable surface
Prioritization is the art of answering the questions "where do I start?" and "with what do I continue?" In this article we analyze how to compare theory and practice to solve ...
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Windows versus Sourgum
It is Saturday 17 July 2021 and together with Alessandro Rugolo, Danilo Mancinone, Giorgio Giacinto and their respective families we are near Dorgali, a small town in the center of ...
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Estonia and Russian Special Services influence operations in Cyberspace
According to the annual report "International security and Estonia" of 2021, Russia continues to be the main threat to Western democracies, even in cyberspace. The...
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Artificial Intelligence: evasion techniques and cyber defenses
It is counterintuitive to the idea of ​​rationality, speed, effectiveness and efficiency that we have made of computers, but the reality is that artificial intelligence systems (AI ...
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Fake News, Deepfake, Fake People: the new frontier of Cyber ​​Security
During last year's lockdown I started writing an article that never had the light and that had as ...
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From raw data to usable information: visibility and observability
Once upon a time there was traditional IT ... In a well-defined and limited company perimeter, servers, routers, ...
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Confidentiality - Integrity - Availability in Operation Technology from an Industry 4.0 perspective: part two
An automated production system managed in Industry 4.0 necessarily has an internal / ...
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Surviving under attack: cyber resilience
As repeatedly recalled on these pages, and reiterated a few days ago by the Delegated Authority of the ...
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The Operating System: the soul of PCs
We can say that the first great IT revolution took place with the birth of the Operating Systems which ...
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Social Engineering: Why Should Companies Fear It?
“Cyber ​​security is difficult (maybe even impossible), but imagine for a moment that you have succeeded. There...
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Confidentiality - Integrity - Availability in Operation Technology from an Industry 4.0 perspective: part one
With this study we want to invite you to learn more about the world of Operational Technology (OT) with reference ...
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Diversity & Inclusion: the cyber protection of vulnerable groups
In cyber risk assessment, the consideration of a large slice of vulnerability is based on evidence and ...
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Security and DevOps: what does "shift left" mean?
In the DBIR (Data Breach Investigations Report) 2021 document released in May by Verizon we analyze the ...
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Microsoft PowerShell and the new frontiers of malware
Most Microsoft Windows users (in particular, system administrators) will have heard of ...
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Consume Cyber ​​Threat Intelligence
Work often leads me to have conversations with clients about CyberSecurity, their programs, their ...
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International alert! When the cyber-enemy breaks through the closet ...
Since the 70s, social and technological evolution has progressively changed the paradigm ...
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