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Password managers, regular credit checks, credit freezes, device updates, encrypted email are just a few of the measures people can use to protect their data and privacy.
The U.S. Air Force conducted a 20-day bug bounty challenge in which 106 vulnerabilities were disclosed and patched.
VIDEO: Evan Blair Co-Founder of ZeroFoX discusses the social media threats that face enterprises and explains why 280 characters is a good thing for Twitter security.
DAILY VIDEO: A cryptocurrency miner hits thousands of sites via an accessibility script; Valentine's Day fuels a spike in dating spam, IBM reports; Microsoft System Center gets its first semi-annual release; and there's more.
Proofpoint analyzed 160 billion emails and found a rising volume of fraud, as attackers spoof email identities.
Among the findings of Positive Technologies' latest cyber-security report is that most hackers, motivated mainly by financial gain, increase cyber-attacks during the holiday season.
This summer, Microsoft will bring its threat protection product for Windows 10 to the operating system's predecessors.
Self-driving services use AI and machine learning to help enterprises get predictive insights into their businesses and learn about customer experiences.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Windows will now encourage users to stop relying on passwords and move to more secure login methods, including two-factor authentication.
New relationship takes aim at data leaks and protects digital information processed by multi-function devices and digital imaging solutions.
DAILY VIDEO: Google Chrome will label sites using HTTP as insecure starting in July; Microsoft adds report sharing and favorites to Power BI; cyber-security threats and fraud continue to grow; and there's more.
Deepfence, a new container security startup, emerges with Security-as-a-Microservice approach for cloud native environments.