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Startup led by Unit 8200 veterans aims to help discover Internet of Things devices and limit potential security risks.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The compromise of a highly classified report by an NSA contractor is serious enough, but what was worse was poor security measures that enabled the cyber-attack in the first place.
Email security vendor Mimecast releases a new report revealing how much malware is being sent via email, detecting a 400 percent increase in impersonation attacks.
The security vendor brings in new funding as it aims to expand its segmentation and visibility platform further into the market.
The U.S. government concluded that Russian intelligence hacked into an American vendor of voter-registration software. Following publication, a National Security Agency contractor is arrested for allegedly leaking the document.
Microsoft's 3,500 security engineers and its AI-enabled Intelligent Security Graph system helps the company thwart over a million attempts to breach its cloud infrastructure each day.
Former CEO of virtualization security vendor Bromium launches new startup that makes use of machine learning techniques to help detect and predict risk.
Cloud Access Security Broker technology vendor is now looking beyond just the cloud to help secure the broader world of web applications.
Google says security researchers who find exploitable software flaws in TrustZone and Verified Boot can now get up to $200,000.
Duo Security's Trusted Access Report reveals that patching continues to be an issue, with many organizations running old, insecure versions of software.
The EDR platform adds new capabilities to enable scheduled scanning and now has the ability to detect when an endpoint is no longer connecting.
Acronis Backup 12.5, available in both Standard and Advanced versions, has new functionality that supports more than 20 platforms.