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Answered: What technology is currently in high demand in the Information Technology industry?

QUESTION The Information Technology industry is a rapidly evolving space, and it is essential for professionals to stay up to date with the latest trends in order to remain competitive. The Information Technology industry is ever-evolving, and so are the skills and technologies that are in high demand. In the current Information Technology (IT) industry, …

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Some MSI Motherboards Do Not Have Secure Boot Enabled by Default

Security researcher Dawid Potocki discovered that more than 300 motherboard models from MSI do not implement the Secure Boot feature by default, which means that they will allow any bootloader, signed or unsigned, to run. According to an MSI Reddit post, the company says they “preemptively set Secure Boot as Enabled and ‘Always Execute’ as …

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PyTorch-nightly Dependency Chain Compromised

Updated on 2023-01-02: PyTorch-nightly Dependency Chain Compromised Machine learning framework PyTorch has disclosed that the PyTorch-nightly dependency chain was compromised in late December. Users who installed PyTorch-nightly Linux packages with pip between December 25 and 30 should uninstall those nightly builds and use the most recent nightly binaries. The dependency in question, torchtriton, was compromised …

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Google launched open-source OSV-Scanner

Updated on 2022-12-13: New tool—OSV-Scanner Google has open-sourced a new tool called OSV-Scanner that can find known vulnerabilities affecting a project’s dependencies. OSV-Scanner is a free tool that helps developers understand whether projects include dependencies that contain vulnerabilities. The scanner uses the OSV database to scan for vulnerabilities across various programming environments and dependency systems. …

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GitHub fixes repo-hijack bug

Updated on 2022-10-30: GitHub fixes repo-hijack bug Researchers at Checkmarx found a vulnerability, now addressed by GitHub, which allowed attackers to take control of code repositories because of a naming issue. Per The Record, thousands of GitHub users — including those in control of popular repositories and packages – opt to change their usernames, “leaving …

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Comm100 Live Chat Supply Chain Attack

Updated on 2022-10-04 Cyber adversaries hijacked the installer for commercial chat provider Comm100 to propagate a trojan malware via its Windows Desktop agent software. Read more: Report: Commercial chat provider hijacked to spread malware in supply chain attack Updated on 2022-10-03: Comm100 supply chain attack CrowdStrike said on Friday that it detected that a suspected …

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US Office of Management and Budget Memorandum on Software Supply Chain Security

In a memorandum for the heads of executive departments and agencies, the US Office of Management and Budget (OMB) requires agencies to comply with US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) guidance regarding software supply chain security. NIST developed best practices guidelines for the software supply chain, NIST Secure Software Development Framework (SSDF), SP …

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Rules to Prevent Components and Pipelines from Software Supply Chain Attack

As the software components and delivery pipelines that comprise supply chains get more complex, so do the requirements for securing them. This checklist breaks down the components of supply chains to identify, prioritize, and address risks faster and proactively protect them from attacks. Software supply chains are core to building and delivering cloud-native applications. They …

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12 Key Questions to Assess Software Vendor Supply-Chain Risk

For an SMB a SolarWinds-style software supply-chain attack must be viewed as an existential threat to the business: violating contracts, gravely harming the company’s reputation and client confidence and public valuation. This article outlines 12 key questions to ask your software vendor, including: Do you have a multi-level process in place to analyze and review …

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Collaboration Is the Future of In-Transit Supply Chain Visibility

In 2021, shippers and logistics service providers (LSPs) are closer to 100% shipment visibility. So why have most carriers not yet deployed true end-to-end visibility solutions in their operations to boost customer satisfaction? This article unveils the Open Visibility Network: a collaboration of the world’s top providers of real-time visibility and predictive analytics that is …

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The AI-Powered Supply Chain: Better Demand Forecasting and Operational Excellence

With the recent global and regional socio-economic disruptions caused by the pandemic, industries such as retail, consumer products, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and life sciences all struggle to align production and stocking with rapidly shifting purchasing demands. At the same time, some channels have surged ahead: online retailers, delivery services, and pharmacies are thriving. In this new …

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