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DAILY VIDEO: Verizon won't be the last to leave data exposed in the cloud; a mobile market report suggests Apple will price the latest iPhones at $1,200; Workday believes the time has come for a PaaS deployment; and there's more.
The security startup uses deception technology to help mitigate against malware risks, including ransomware attacks.
Nok Nok Labs solutions allow organizations to support a wide range of authentication technologies from a single, unified platform.
The 2017 Data Security Confidence Index Report reveals gaps between organizations' perceptions of what keeps them secure and what actually works.
Dell develops a new version of its Endpoint Security Suite that is able to be deployed in tightly controlled environments that do not have a physical connection to the public internet.
NEW ANALYSIS: Once again, security researchers have found that data has been left open and improperly secured in the cloud and it's going to keep happening.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has released its "Who Has Your Back" list of companies that do the best and worst job of protecting customer data from government snooping or intrusive marketers.
The average Web application has slightly fewer flaws, but more than half continue to remain vulnerable 365 days a year, according to data from Web security firm WhiteHat Security.
The security startup continues to expand on its core mission of providing technology that helps users and organizations protect against social media security risks.
The third annual Bugcrowd bug bounty report reveals varying payouts for security vulnerabilities. eWEEK takes a closer look at the state of bug bounties.
Acquisition expands HyTrust’s portfolio by automating security policy enforcement for workload data. Venture capital infusion will be used to expand sales, marketing.