Canonical is committed to enabling Ubuntu users to leverage the strong run-time confidentiality and integrity guarantees that confidential computing provides. That is why we are happy to announce we have joined the confidential computing consortium, a project community at the Linux Foundation that is focused on accelerating the adoption of confidential computing and driving cross-industry collaboration around relevant open source software, standards and tools.
I am excited to announce the partnership between Qovery and Doppler. Qovery is an infrastructure automation platform that helps developers deploy their applications more easily, while Doppler is a fully managed SecretOps platform that enables engineering teams to better manage their environment variables and secrets.
Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) attacks are a form of cyberattack from malicious websites, emails, blogs, instant messages, or applications. This type of attack tricks the user's web browser into executing an unwanted action on a secure website. Browsers typically attach session cookies when making a request to a website. Thus, it becomes difficult for the site to differentiate between legitimate requests that are authorized and forged requests that have been authenticated.
India has recently announced plans to introduce new security testing for smartphones to improve the security of its citizens' personal information and prevent cyber threats from compromising sensitive data. The move comes in response to concerns about the increasing reliance on smartphones in India, which has made the country vulnerable to cyber-attacks and data breaches.
Hackers busily work night and day to find the tiniest hole in your security perimeter, so they can compromise your systems. Browsers are the most commonly used application on your enterprise network – and one becoming increasingly difficult to secure. Managing their security certificates became more challenging recently, but Exoprise’s easy to deploy SSL certificate monitoring solutions close up any holes. There is no doubt that your network is constantly under attack.