This Week in Technology

This Week in Technology

By Eric Corcoran
Posted in Technology Week in Review
On December 09, 2022

Monday 12/5

Cloud Migration On Your Identity Security Terms (CyberArk)

Companies of all sizes continue flocking to the cloud for its many business benefits: Reduced infrastructure costs, increased flexibility and more dynamic application development, to name a few.

Citrix DaaS is now available on AWS Marketplace! (Citrix)

Citrix and AWS are making it easier than ever to leverage joint solutions. With Citrix DaaS on AWS, customers can purchase, deploy, and manage their desktop deployments directly through the AWS Marketplace.

Tuesday 12/6

Now Is The Time for Improved Funding to Support Education Cybersecurity (Fortinet)

According to one study, the costs associated with ransomware attacks on the education sector in 2021 alone topped $3.5 billion.

Self-service Storage Provisioning That Takes Only Minutes (Pure Storage)

Pure Fusion delivers an easily automated Storage-as-Code solution that is built for limitless scale, so our customers can spin up resources as needed, just as they would in any hypercloud environment.

Wednesday 12/7

What’s new and next with Citrix DaaS and Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops: Webinar Q&A (Citrix)

Earlier this year, we announced the release of the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 2203 LTSR. This latest LTSR release comes packed with purpose-built solutions such as an improved HDX graphics stack, built-in tools to optimize and manage workloads, and public-cloud enhancements.

Palo Alto Networks Secures Nutanix Cloud Clusters for Microsoft Azure (Palo Alto Networks)

Securing your hybrid multi-cloud environment just got easier. We are excited to announce Palo Alto Networks VM-Series Virtual Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFWs) are now available on Nutanix Cloud Clusters (NC2) for Microsoft Azure with Nutanix Flow Virtual Networking.

Thursday 12/8

Actionable Insights: Contextualize Your Organization’s Risk to Prioritize Targeted Controls (Proofpoint)

You can add context to your reporting with either internal benchmarks and trend analyses, or by comparing your own data with external data sources. It’s one thing to gain valuable insights into your own threats, set your own benchmarks and then focus on internal growth, but even if you do make improvements, how do you know if you’re doing enough?

Cyber scammers are scamming each other, and revealing dark web secrets along the way

Cyber criminals are losing millions of dollars to other cyber criminals after themselves falling victim to scams on dark web forums. And the way they're publicly complaining about it could help uncover the secrets of the whole underground economy.

Friday 12/9

Ransomware Roundup – New Vohuk, ScareCrow, and AERST Variants (Fortinet)

The Ransomware Roundup report aims to provide readers with brief insights into the evolving ransomware landscape and the Fortinet solutions that protect against those variants.

A Log4Shell (Log4j) Retrospective (Arctic Wolf)

As we approach the one-year anniversary of the Log4Shell vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228), Arctic Wolf Labs decided to look back on the impact that this critical vulnerability had (and continues to have) on organizations and assess the long tail of activity we’ve seen with threat actors continuing to use the exploit.