Feb 5th 2021
This Week in Enterprise Tech 429
Has Software Become Too Complex?
- FonixCrypter releases ransomware decryption key
- Google payout to bug hunters hits a new high
- The White House supports Artemis Program to go back to the Moon
- A company pays to get data back from ransomware, then gets hit again by the same ransomware
- Attackers continue to target iOS security
- Amazon starts using prototype electric trucks for deliveries
- New Chrome browser 0-day vulnerability is active in the wild
- The current state of cybersecurity job candidates, and how to improve training
- Google pays $3.8 million to settle federal gender and race discrimination charges
- Don Schuerman, CTO of Pegasystems talks about the complexity of software and services and how automation could help your organization
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- FonixCrypter ransomware gang releases master decryption key
- Google's Payout to Bug Hunters Hits New High
- White House says its supports Artemis Program to return to the Moon
- Ransomware: A company paid millions to get their data back, but forgot to do one thing. So the hackers came back again
- Attackers Continue to Nibble at Apple's iOS Security
- Amazon begins delivering packages with prototype electric trucks
- New Chrome Browser 0-day Under Active Attack—Update Immediately!
- Many Cybersecurity Job Candidates Are Subpar, While On-the-Job Training Falls Short
- Google settles federal gender and race discrimination charges for $3.8M