Delivering secure and mission-critical IT in uncertain times
Polyverse CEO Alex Gounares covers a better way to stay safe and secure when working from home during Covid-19 and why old security models won’t work in the current state of the world.
The notion of “marginal gains” has become a popular mantra for many business leaders
Modern security teams are inundated with the number of weaknesses and corresponding vulnerabilities that are announced every week
When software developers sit down to build an application, more often than not they use pre-compiled binaries, pre-built packages, or Docker images to get a running start, perhaps not knowing — or feeling the need to know — much about the underlying software stack vulnerabilities leave them open to attack
What if you didn’t get hacked in the first place? At Polyverse, we developed an innovative solution to the inevitability of software bugs.
Phillip Cockrell joins Swapnil Bhartiya from TFIR and explains how Polymorphing your SUSE Linux Enterprise Server takes a ground-breaking proactive approach of stopping attacks before they start.
Polyverse partners with SUSE to protect against zero-day attacks The COVID-19 pandemic has left us all dealing with an unprecedented set of circumstances and has created the perfect storm of uncertainty, vulnerability, and risk
There is a new vulnerability in Grub2 called BootHole that can allow an attacker to compromise the bootloading process and insert /execute malicious code during the boot-loading process
Cyber physical systems are everywhere from power grids, water distribution systems, oil & gas, and manufacturing
And it’s time to change your approach No one wakes up in the morning and thinks: “today would be a great day to patch some code”
In this TFiR interview, CTO of Polyverse Archis Gore talks about bringing Polyscripting technology to WordPress and how users can benefit from it.