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Paul Roberts

Paul Roberts

Cyber Content Lead at ReversingLabs. Paul is a reporter, editor and industry analyst with 20 years’ experience covering the cyber security space. He is the founder and editor in chief at The Security Ledger, a cybersecurity news website. His writing about cyber security has appeared in publications including Forbes, The Christian Science Monitor, MIT Technology Review, The Economist Intelligence Unit, CIO Magazine, ZDNet and Fortune Small Business. He has appeared on NPR’s Marketplace Tech Report, KPCC AirTalk, Fox News Tech Take, Al Jazeera and The Oprah Show. You can find Paul online on Twitter (@paulfroberts and on LinkedIn).

Recent Posts from Paul Roberts

May 10, 2022

Update: NPM dependency confusion hacks target German firms

Research by ReversingLabs suggests that dependency confusion attacks on npm repositories have been used to compromise leading German firms in recent weeks.
April 22, 2022

Emotet's back. Here's how to keep from getting hacked

Emotet is back after last year's takedown. It's a favorite of groups like Conti. Dragan Damjanovic of KPMG & Dado Horvat of ReversingLabs give us the latest.
April 8, 2022

Conti pivots as ransomware as a service struggles

The resurgence of the Conti ransomware group is a sign of changes afoot in the global ransomware underground—and more trouble ahead for enterprises.
March 9, 2022

Interview: Tomislav Peričin Explains NIST’s New Secure Software Development Framework

ReversingLabs Chief Software Architect Tomislav Peričin examines NIST’s new Secure Software Development Framework.
March 9, 2022

Wiper malware targeting Ukraine: Evidence of planning, and haste

ReversingLabs takes a closer look at two new wipers identified in attacks on Ukraine: HermeticWiper and IsaacWiper.
February 10, 2022

NIST guidance raises bar for federal software supply chain

The U.S. Government’s standards body issued guidelines for secure software development, with a call for close monitoring of federal software supply chains including analysis of compiled binaries