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How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) in the CurrentWare Suite | CurrentWare v7.0.1 Tutorial

This video will teach you how to set up two-factor authentication (2FA) in CurrentWare version 7.0.1. Two-factor authentication provides an extra layer of security if anyone other than you attempts to log in to your CurrentWare web console using your account.

The 443 Security Simplified Podcast - Episode 197: Package Hijacking

This week on the podcast, we discuss the line between ethical security research and malicious activity thanks to a compromised open source software package. After that we cover the latest industry to fall victim to Ransomware and end by highlighting a 0-click vulnerability in Zoom’s message system discovered by Google Project Zero. The 443 Security Simplified is a weekly podcast that gets inside the minds of leading white-hat hackers and security researchers, covering the latest cybersecurity headlines and trends.

Real world use cases for NDR in the Cloud

As we’ve learned from events like Sunburst and Log4Shell, network telemetry provides essential evidence for catching threats that other tools miss. Watch Senior Director of Product - Cloud Security - Vijit Nair dive into real world use cases from the research team at Corelight -- the creators and maintainers of Zeek. You'll learn how the collection and analysis of cloud network traffic leads to better threat detection and faster response.

Identifying and Avoiding Malicious Packages

Securing your software supply chain is absolutely critical as attackers are getting more sophisticated in their ability to infect software at all stages of the development lifecycle. This webinar will be a technical showcase of the different types of malicious packages that are prevalent today in the PyPI (Python) and npm (Node.js) package repositories. All examples shown in the webinar will be based on real data and malicious packages that were identified and disclosed by the JFrog security research team.