Organisations are mostly not securing business critical applications, but despite this many of those surveyed indicate that they are confident their organisation can effectively stop all data security attacks or breaches at the perimeter.
Researchers at security firm CyberArk were able to gain access to the underlying server running Docker's playground website because of the additional permissions provided in the set-up, the company says, adding that this was unlikely to be the case on all production sites which used Docker.
On the eve of Google's campaign to flaunt its security credentials by marking sites which do not have https, the Israeli security firm CyberArk has revealed details of a flaw in the search giant's own APIs, which could have caused it to lose considerable income.
It was obviously BAI BAI (bye bye) to the old name then...
Sounds like self-serving bullshit to me.
A restaurant that is any good and will get repeat business should be smart enough to tell these home delivery[…]
self evident fallacious arguments indeed
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