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DAILY VIDEO: Equifax discloses a massive data breach that puts 143 million Americans at risk; Solaris and SPARC are in the crosshairs of the latest Oracle cuts; Dell EMC is still reeling from merger costs after year one; and there's more.
Speaking at the Open Source Summit in L.A., the Linux creator said he wants hackers to join Linux before they turn to the dark side.
A research report identifies a vulnerability in the open-source Apache Struts framework as being the root cause of the massive data breach.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Nearly half of all Americans may have had their personal details stolen in the breach that could have long lasting impacts on how you do business.
With the information of 143 million Americans now at risk, cyber-security professionals have no shortage of opinions on what went wrong.
The first class-action lawsuit against Equifax gets filed, with more likely to come as legal scrutiny in the massive breach begins.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A new set of exploits by an unknown group known as “Dragonfly” has successfully penetrated critical infrastructure in the US and other nations using old but effective methods.
Credit reporting and monitoring firm reveals that hackers had unauthorized access to some of its systems for two months before being detected.
The latest Verizon Payment Security Report finds that while overall compliance with PCI DSS is improving, gaps still remain.
While necessary, identity and access management, or IAM, can hamstring a company's IT agility. This guide helps organizations implement an IAM strategy without impeding their business.
Symantec warns that a hacker group that first attacked energy companies in 2014 is back, and this time it might have more disruptive goals.
Vendors will only have 90 days to patch flaws that are demonstrated at the upcoming mobile security contest.