[SecurityWeek] Houdini Malware Returns and Amazon’s Sidewalk Enter Corporate Networks

The nature of a secure access service edge (SASE) platform provides visibility into a large number of internet data flows – and the larger the platform, the more dataflows can be analyzed. An analysis of more than 250 billion network flows during Q2 2021 shows increasing threats, a new use of an old malware, and the growing incidence of consumer devices in the workplace.

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