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DAILY VIDEO: The U.S. government accuses Russia of hacking the power grid, and Google enhances security management features in Chrome Enterprise.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A US-CERT report detailed how suspected Russian hackers broke into the networks of U.S. critical infrastructure installations and presented careful steps on how to prevent them in the future.
From do-it-yourself denial-of-service attacks in the 1990s to this year's terabit-topping memcached attacks, distributed denial-of-service attacks have reached new heights in sophistication and volume.
The security suite helped Google remove more unwanted apps from Android devices and its mobile app store in 2017, the company says.
There are multiple things that an organization can do to improve and harden identity and access governance policies.
A total of $267,000 was awarded to security researchers at the two-day event for disclosing new vulnerabilities in operating system and browser software.
A joint Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation analysis finds evidence that Russia has been actively targeting critical infrastructure in the U.S with cyber-attacks. What should grid operators do in the U.S. to limit risks?
The first day of the 2018 Pwn2Own hacking competition saw security researchers demonstrate a host of zero-day vulnerabilities, though a number of targets, including Google's Chrome browser, were left unchallenged.
The impending Firefox Quantum 60 web browser release will benefit from new administrative controls that can aid with enterprise deployments.
McAfee Labs' latest threat report reveals that new malware reached a record high at the end of 2017, with new ransomware and macOS malware taking off.
Security firm CTS Labs reports that it discovered multiple flaws in AMD's EPYC and Ryzen processors, though the actual end-user impact is currently unclear.
Speaking at the Dell Experience during the South by SouthWest event, RSA CTO Zulfikar Ramzan explains where artificial intelligence works and where it fails.
While a majority of IT professionals trust biometrics as an authentication technology, they'd like to see more product standardization and fewer false positives, a Spiceworks survey finds.