Security News & Reviews - Page 5
More Security News
Days after rejecting an offer from rival firm Atos, Gemalto accepts an acquisition offer from Thales that will help extend digital identity and data security technology.
In an advisory, security services firm FireEye warns that a nation-state appears to be infiltrating critical-infrastructure sites and developing ways to cause physical damage.
DAILY VIDEO: Mirai IoT botnet creators plead guilty for their roles in cyber-attacks; Apple is rolling out more powerful iMac Pro workstations; users will begin their transition from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams; and there's more.
FireEye and ClearSky both warn that Iranian hackers are having a great deal of success in their operations, and the U.S. needs to track them more closely.
A new security app benefits from the Cisco-Apple partnership, bringing enhanced visibility and control for iOS mobile devices.
New Webhook and Graph API tools help developers identify when an SSL/TLS certificate has been mis-issued.
In two whitepapers, Google describes measures for protecting data traveling to its networks and within them.
The Cryptography vulnerability first detailed in 1998, still has the potential to impact modern websites.
DAILY VIDEO: A researcher discovers a hidden keylogger in an HP keyboard driver; Microsoft releases a free preview of its Quantum Development Kit; Microsoft is investing $50 million for AI-enabled environmental research; and there's more.
Three individuals plead guilty for their roles in Mirai cyber-attacks, as court documents provide new insight into how the IoT botnet operated.
New capabilities and products announced by Juniper at its NXTWORK event aim to make security simpler to deploy and automate.
eWEEK Staff | Updated
DAILY VIDEO: Newly revealed flaw in Intel processors allows undetectable malware; Google blocking Amazon Fire TV, Echo Show users from YouTube access; Apple Pay Cash allows person-to-person payments from Apple devices; and there's more.