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Microsoft is joined by the embattled social network and dozens of technology companies to help keep cyber-attackers at bay.
Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen delivered a pointed message during her keynote at the RSA Conference 2018 to nation-state cyber-attackers, warning them that there will be consequences if they attack the U.S.
Microsoft is using AI to help businesses protect their users and is leaning on Linux to help safeguard the internet of things.
The initiative involves the free distribution of Centrify software to election boards that includes multi-factor authentication and validation of device access for voters in their jurisdictions.
RSA Security President Rohit Ghai kicks off the 2018 RSA Conference with a positive message about the things that the cyber-security industry is getting right.
Docker releases a major update of its flagship Enterprise Edition, for the first time providing full commercial Kubernetes support.
An Accenture security report reveals that defenders are gaining ground on cyber-attackers, blocking more attacks than ever before.
DAILY VIDEO: Social media data regulation appears likely after Zuckerberg's testimony, and Sony is taking preorders for Xperia XZ2 smartphones.
The total number of lost records could potentially be even higher as an unknown number of records were lost in the majority of 2017 data breaches.
Cisco adds new email security capabilities including Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance support to its AMP for Endpoints platform.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The company that infamously stole 87 million Facebook profiles is now claiming that it deleted all that data, but in reality, that doesn’t really matter.
The new partnership brings vulnerability data from Qualys into Illumio's Adaptive Security Platform to help organizations reduce risks with security informed micro-segmentation policies.