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The upcoming Windows Diagnostic Data Viewer app and revamped Privacy Dashboard will allow users to see the data Microsoft has collected on them.
Alphabet’s Chronicle venture will focus on security analytics services for enterprises.
NEWS ANALYSIS: January continues to be a month of cyber-security startup acquisitions, as Cisco, Facebook, Amazon and Sumo Logic announce new deals.
DAILY VIDEO: Mozilla Fixes 32 Security Flaws, Accelerates Performance in Firefox 58; New Acer Chromebooks, Chromebox Designed for Business, Classrooms; Microsoft Extends OneNote, Teams in Education Technology Push; and there’s more.
Fidelis is advancing its Elevate platform with deception capabilities to enable a broader Automated Detection and Response offering.
DAILY VIDEO: Analysis of 13 million website defacements shows common trends; Intel says it’s testing a fix for root cause of Spectre patch troubles; Google reveals prototype 3D model viewer for AR apps; and there’s more.
Kroll's most recent Global Fraud and Risk Report reveals that fraud and cyber-security risks have reached new highs.
Apple addresses multiple security vulnerabilities across its desktop and mobile operating systems, including the ChaiOS flaw that enabled attackers to crash a device with a text link.
In its first major update in 2018, Mozilla adds incremental capabilities that help to make the Firefox Quantum browser faster than ever before.
DAILY VIDEO: OnePlus attackers steal credit card data from 40,000 customers; Google and Amazon are among the IT giants backing Microsoft in its Supreme Court case; Google rolls out an unlimited data plan for Project Fi wireless users; and there's more.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Intel says it has discovered the root cause of random processor reboots and updated the list of affected systems, which appears to be nearly all of them.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The new year has started off with a flurry of acquisition activity in the cyber-security space that is likely to continue for the rest of the year.