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How to Get the Most Out of Enterprise Knowledge Assets Using Search

The demise of the Google Search Appliance (announced in early 2016) marked the end of the flawed dream of off-the-shelf, one-size-mostly-fits-all enterprise search solutions. In its place is the promise of rich search-based applications that can search, explore and analyze enterprise information....

Why U.S. Firms Are Less Cyber-Secure Than They Think

eWEEK DATA POINTS: In a world in which smart companies such as Facebook, Yahoo and Target can fall victim to hackers, how prepared can regular businesses of all types be?
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Why Enterprises Need a Multilayered Approach to Security VIDEO

JANUARY RECAP VIDEO: To protect yourself, your enterprise must adopt a multilayered approach to security. eWEEK looks at eight levels of security to help mitigate attacks.
Daily Tech Briefing Jan. 31, 2019

Microsoft's Nadella Calls for US to Adopt Privacy Laws Similar to GDPR VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft's CEO says privacy is a basic human right and calls for a global GDPR, and the U.S. government warns of a DNS hijacking risk.
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Symantec Boosts Endpoint Security With Improved Detection

Multiple product offerings across Symantec's endpoint security product portfolio are getting updates that advance the state of detection, protection and response.
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IBM Warns of Apple Siri Shortcut Scareware Risk

"Hey Siri" is supposed to be a voice command that enables Apple's digital assistant, but in the wrong hands the new Siri Shortcuts feature could potentially be abused by an attacker.
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Microsoft Launches Public Preview of Azure IoT Hub Device Streams

The PaaS service aims to provide a platform to allow developers and vendors to create a secure pathway for IoT device connectivity.
Daily Tech Briefing Jan. 30, 2019

DoJ Files Conspiracy and Fraud Charges Against Huawei VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: U.S. drops the hammer on Huawei, and how Nginx is expanding beyond just web application delivery.
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Mozilla Improves Privacy Controls in Firefox 65

The new release of the Firefox web browser makes it easier for users to configure controls that can help protect online privacy.
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FaceTime Security Flaw Gives Apple a Black Eye: Analysts

The flaw, which compromises user privacy, is still being repaired by Apple after being reported on Jan. 28.
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Salt Security Launches API Protection Platform

APIs are widely used and deployed across the internet today, making them prime targets for attacks, which Salt Security is looking to help prevent.
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Apple FaceTime at Risk From Severe Flaw

No need to answer a FaceTime call as a potential attacker can already hear you, thanks to a severe vulnerability that Apple is now patching.

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