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Build security that works for DevOps, not against it

By: Jennifer Ellard

 In an ideal world, DevOps and security work hand-in-hand to deliver secure code quickly. This would make sense, right? Well unfortunately, we all know that reality can be a bit different. Too often, security slows down DevOps and interrupts with how developers carry out their day-to-day work. And the result? Developers find ways to work around…

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Data Science for Linux Security: Cmd Founder Jake King’s Interview on Risky.Biz

By: Jennifer Ellard

Last week, our CEO & Co-Founder Jake King met with award-winning journalist & podcaster, Patrick Gray from Risky.Biz, to discuss how Cmd is using data science and machine learning to improve security on Linux. It was a great episode – a must-listen for anyone looking to get to the next level in visibility and control…

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Newest Linux sudo bug discovered and patched

By: Jennifer Ellard

News broke this week that Linux (and macOS) has been hit with a serious bug in their sudo utility. This bug was discovered by an Apple Security Expert, Joe Vennix, who also discovered a similar buffer overflow attack sudo back in October 2019. This bug allowed unprivileged users to easily obtain root privileges on vulnerable…

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