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Just like the latest innovations, trends, and hot takes in the Linux world, the threats that target Linux-based systems are constantly evolving. How can one possibly keep up with everything?
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Our Previous Newsletters
TuxCare Newsletter Ed. 28
Cybercriminals are turning legal systems to their advantage, and executives are facing increased personal risks.
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In a landmark move, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued Wells Notices to executives of SolarWinds, signaling potential legal action related to the 2020 cyberattack on its infrastructure.
It is very easy to dismiss claims of “your information can be stolen,” “you’ll lose all your critical data,” or “you can be liable for losing your customers’ confidential information” until you’re actually hit by such an event...