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SES GS Hydra provides end-to-end situational awareness for government and military users

SES Government Solutions (SES GS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of SES, announced its new Common Operational Picture (COP) platform, Hydra, built exclusively to serve the U.S. Government and military. Managed and operated in-house, Hydra is a modular web-based monitoring and control system that provides end-to-end situational awareness in a single unified operational network platform. Hydra collects, normalizes, and organizes data from different sources based on the mission or customer and distributes the information to the appropriate … More → The post SES GS Hydra provides end-to-end situational awareness for government and military users appeared first on Help Net Security.
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Cloudflare expands firewall capabilities to help companies secure their entire corporate network

Cloudflare announced it’s expanding its Zero Trust firewall capabilities to help companies secure their entire corporate network across all of their branch offices, data centers, and clouds—no matter where their employees are working from. Cloudflare also announced Oahu, a new program to help customers migrate from legacy hardware to the Cloudflare One suite of Zero Trust solutions. Now, CIOs can better connect and secure their corporate networks with Zero Trust security—without the traditionally hard, costly … More → The post Cloudflare expands firewall capabilities to help companies secure their entire corporate network appeared first on Help Net Security.
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Malware variability explained: Changing behavior for stealth and persistence

Cybercriminal gangs from Eastern Europe have always followed a rule: Don’t steal from Russians or their former Soviet allies. Groups like REvil or DarkSide put kill switches inside their malicious code, checking if the language on the machine it lands on is Russian, Ukrainian, Georgian, Armenian, or Romanian. If it is, the malware simply fails to install. To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)
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