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NEWS ANALYSIS: The U.S. and three other countries received emails claiming that bombs would be exploded if a ransom wasn’t paid, and while clearly a hoax, it still demands a plan.
Fortune 1000 organizations, including T-Mobile, Nokia, HSBC, Adidas, Walgreens, the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, use Adaptiva to eliminate the need for a vast IT infrastructure and automate countless endpoint management tasks.
DAILY VIDEO: Google is improving Kubernetes container security, and AT&T, Verizon and Samsung announce 5G smartphone plans for 2019.
At KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2018, members of the Special Interest Group tasked with looking at authorization security issues outline what has been going on to help improve Kubernetes security.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The breach of the Starwood reservation database appears to have happened in concert with breaches of OPM and Anthem, also blamed on China.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple fixes passcode and remote code execution flaws in iOS and macOS, and Microsoft open sources WPF, Windows Forms and Windows UI XAML Library.
Google is doing more than just taking the upstream open-source Kubernetes project to enable its GKE service.
EXCLUSIVE: Sophos is enhancing its synchronized security and management capabilities with the integration of its XG Firewall into Sophos Central.
TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS: It’s unusual for a big tech company to ask for limits on its own technology, but that’s exactly what Microsoft is doing, and it should be a standard for the industry.
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The open-source Open Policy Agent project looks to make it easier for organizations to define and deploy policies to help secure access to cloud data and workloads.