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VIDEO: At KubeCon Europe, Maya Kaczorowski, product manager of security and privacy at Google, details a new effort that brings container security technologies to the Google Cloud.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Cambridge Analytica has started legal proceedings in the U.S. and UK to shut down the company, but not before releasing a report stating that many media reports about the company’s operations were untrue and that it hadn’t done anything illegal.
Facebook CEO introduces several new functions, including a dating app, one that allows a group to share watching videos in real time, and new ways natural language processing and artificial intelligence will be used in future apps.
At Facebook's annual F8 developer conference, Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos described the social networking giant's efforts to protect its own infrastructure and its users from attack and abuse.
Body-worn cameras, dash cam and static surveillance are causing video sprawl, exploding storage needs and its costs. Law enforcement agencies are being squeezed for more efficient storage.
New information and threat protection capabilities help SMBs thwart phishing, ransomware and other security threats.
Wallet stealing, using phones and PCs for crypto-mining and hacking exchange accounts are just some of the ways that cyber-criminals are looking to cashing in on crypto-currency.
Next-generation SIEM, WAF and business-critical application security companies were among the startups that secured new funding in April.
DAILY VIDEO: Researchers find Amazon Alexa can be hacked to record users, and Google redesigns Gmail with new security and productivity features.
Wallarm's FAST product makes use of fuzzing techniques to help generate automated tests for application code.
Seven out of every 10 IT and operational technology professionals worry that a cyber-attack will lead to physical damage to computer and industrial systems that require expensive repairs or even kill people.
VIDEO: Juan Perez-Etchegoyen, CTO of Onapsis, details an SAP configuration flaw that could leave enterprises at risk of exploitation.