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March 10, 2022

Not all SBOMs Are the Same. Choose Wisely!

Generating SBOM data to respond to software supply chain attacks & newly reported vulnerabilities? Read our Choose Wisely blog & infographic
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 28, 2022

Ransomware Intelligence that Drives Operations

Discover how to leverage [Ransomware Feed] with ThreatConnect for playbook optimization and early stage detection.
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
February 8, 2022

Microsoft disables Excel, Office macros by default. Will it matter?

Microsoft disabled two decades-old scripting languages in its Office products, long a favorite tool of cybercriminals. The security impact may be less than you think, however.