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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

September 26, 2022

Gaps in the NVD increase U.S. cyber threat

Discrepancies in national vulnerability database reports show the U.S. lags behind China, possibly exposing U.S. firms to cyber attacks, Sophos finds.
September 23, 2022

The pandemic turned out to be a boon for public-private cybersecurity cooperation

The shift to remote work punched holes in government networks. But it also fostered a transformation in public-private cooperation, one NSA official noted at LabsCon. 
September 8, 2022

ConversingLabs: Unpacking the Follina exploit

In this ConversingLabs podcast, Paul Roberts interviews ReversingLabs researcher Joseph Edwards about his analysis of Follina, a newly discovered exploit. 
September 7, 2022

U.S. Government's Securing the Software Supply Chain guidelines: A roadmap for the post-SolarWinds world

The new guidance codifies lessons from the SolarWinds hack, including for securing third-party code and development pipelines. Here are four key takeaways.
August 12, 2022

Researchers demo flaws in GitHub Copilot AI generated code and warn of AI bias

GitHub updated guidance on using its Copilot AI-powered code bot after researchers showed at Black Hat that it often generates vulnerable code.
August 3, 2022

Software supply chain security takes center stage at Black Hat 2022

Black Hat is best known for hardware and traditional software exploits, but this year it showcases more software supply chain security issues—marking the shift in the threat landscape.
July 21, 2022

The Week in Cybersecurity: SolarWinds attackers tap Google Drive, malware spreads via Play Store apps

The Week in Cybersecurity highlights: An APT group is using Dropbox and Google Drive to cover up attacks, and malware is spreading via Play Store apps.
July 19, 2022

CISA: Log4j threat will linger for years—so be prepared

A survey of the post-Log4j landscape found few successful hacks linked to it. The bad news? Log4Shell will linger for years — so you need to prepare.

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