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A Trend Micro report details 2016 malware trends, finding ransomware was up and exploit kits were down.
A new type of data leak has come to light that could impact millions of people around the globe. Google Project Zero, the research effort to find and fix critical software security flaws, reported that a vulnerability on the Cloudflare security service could enable the leak of passwords and...
DAILY VIDEO: Service Interruption Hits AWS's S3 Facility in Northern Virginia; SpaceX Targets 2018 for Manned Mission Around the Moon and Beyond; Google Releases Details of Unpatched Microsoft Flaws; and there's more.
CloudBleed and TicketBleed hit different parts of the cloud infrastructure but show that cloud services, while usually more secure than do-it-yourself security, can fail significantly. Will such Black Swan events turn off companies to the cloud?
New standalone service benefits from Webscale Networks' distributed Application Delivery Controller platform that spans multiple clouds.
Widespread service interruption takes down much of the company's S3 storage and a long list of services with it for several hours.
E2EMail will give users a way to encrypt email messages beyond what is currently available by default with email clients.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple trying to permanently resolve iPhone 6 and 7 battery faults; Researchers from Google, CTI break SHA-1 Hash encryption function; Waymo sues Uber -over self-driving vehicle trade secrets; and there's more.
Flexera Software found that in the U.S., 7.4 percent of programs on the average PC have reached End-of-Life and are no longer patched by the vendor.
Security tools testing vendor Pwnie Express is in the business of helping organizations test their security and identify areas of vulnerability. Over the course of the last year, what has become increasingly apparent to Pwnie Express (and everyone else) is that the unmanaged and unmonitored...
Security firm raises $3.5 million in its first round of funding, as it builds out human memory augmentation technology to help assist organizations understand security events.
With Microsoft canceling an update on Feb. 14, the company missed patching two vulnerabilities in time to meet Google's 90-day deadline.