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"SecurITy made in Germany": FAST LTA becomes a member of TeleTrusT | FAST LTA
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"SecurITy made in Germany": FAST LTA becomes a member of TeleTrusT

TeleTrusT initiative: quality seal “IT Security made in Germany” FAST LTA is pleased to be entitled to use the seal "IT Security made in Germany" in the future. This seal is granted by TeleTrusT to interested association members upon application and declaration of conformity for a limited period of time...
Findings from IBM's X-Force Threat Intelligence Index 2022 | FAST LTA
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Findings from IBM's X-Force Threat Intelligence Index 2022

This year's IBM Security X-Force Threat Intelligence Index reveals an uncomfortable truth:as businesses, institutions and governments continue to adapt to a fast-changing global market — including hybrid and cloud-based work environments — threat actors remain adept at exploiting such shifts.The IBM Security X-Force Threat Intelligence Index maps emerging trends and...
Five key ransomware insights from Q4 2021 | FAST LTA
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Five key ransomware insights from Q4 2021

The trend carries on: ransomware attacks continue to be in the news in 2021. Extensive security breaches, massive ransomware demands, and attacks on companies of all sizes and across a wide range of industries attracted the attention of the media and regulators, who stepped up their response to these developments...
Silent…? | FAST LTA
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Silent…?

Why are our products called Silent Cubes / Bricks? One could speculate that "Silent" refers to the low noise of the product itself. This might still be true for the Silent Cube, especially when the memory module is in standby (it only consumes 2 watts). However, anyone who starts a...

Log4j2 Vulnerability

FAST LTA is aware of the recently disclosed security issue relating to the open-source Apache “Log4j2" utility (CVE-2021-44228). We are actively monitoring this issue. Affected products None of our products use the affected library. Our products Silent Cubes and Silent Bricks are not affected by the Log4j2 vulnerability. Actions Since...