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Synology Blog The efforts Synology made in pursuit of data security

Software vulnerabilities are among the most commonly exploited breaches by cybercriminals, from the SolarWinds attack impacting over 18,000 organizations to the Log4j vulnerability affecting over 48.3 percent of organizations globally. Vendors’ security risk management abilities are being challenged now more than ever before. When it comes to security risk management, incident response is usually the […]
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