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Most of Microsoft's employees are using Windows Hello, the company's biometric technology, to log into their PCs as the company seeks to serve as an example to all Windows PC users.
DAILY VIDEO: Digmine cryptocurrency miner spreads via Facebook Messenger; Whitehouse.gov moves from Drupal to WordPress in a CMS shift; and there's more.
In 2018, we can expect that these attacks are only going to become more frequent and intense. Operations security (OPSEC) specialists in the know are putting this type of breach at or near the top of their priority lists.
NEWS ANALYSIS: If devices are connected to the internet and accessible without any authentication, bad things could happen.
UPDATED NEWS ANALYSIS: Malware has always been about destruction, either real or threatened, as a way to accomplish the goals of its creator. But that’s changed with crypto-currency mining malware.
Boundless Server features a flexible architecture that enables enterprises to reliably publish a range of data and workflows to web apps, desktop clients or mobile devices.
There's now yet another way that hackers are getting cryptocurrency mining code running on end-user systems.
A number of cyber-security vendors secured new funding in December 2017, among them cloud and IoT security vendors.
The new Adaptive Application Controls in Azure Security Center use artificial intelligence to automatically create and implement whitelists that help keep Windows instances secure.
The next year will bring many of the same cyber-security challenges as 2017, but with some new ones as well. Eighteen security experts share their predictions for the year ahead.
The Freedom of the Press Foundation joins with the Guardian Project to develop the Haven Android app that can help protect personal spaces by using sensors on Android devices that detect potential intruders.
DAILY VIDEO: A cloud data leak exposes information on 123 million Americans; Krzanich says Intel will focus on IoT, AI and 5G wireless for future growth; Google tells Android developers to build only 64-bit apps; and there's more.