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VMware Launches AppDefense to Secure Virtual Machines and the Cloud

After two years of effort, VMware's Project Goldilocks reaches generally availability, providing a new way to secure virtual applications.
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FBI Arrests Chinese Hacker With Possible Links to OPM Breach

The FBI alleges that the Chinese researcher helped to develop and distribute the Sakula malware, which has been linked to multiple large data breaches.

New IBM Storage Software for VMs Coming in Q4

Big Blue claims that Spectrum Protect Plus can be set up in minutes to protect data in cloud, virtualized and data center environments.

Versive Advances AI-Driven Cyber-Security Engine With New Funding

The security firm will use the new funding to further develop and expand the market for AI-driven adversary detection.

Zerodium Paying Up to $500K for Mobile Messaging App Vulnerabilities

The exploit acquisition firm updates its payout schedule, adding new mobile, server and desktop targets.

DDoS Attackers Taking Direct Aim at Gaming Companies, Akamai Reports SLIDESHOW

Akamai's 2Q17 State of the Internet / Security report reveals new trends in the DDoS and web application attack landscape.

Illumio Improves Security With New Visualization and Policy Features

The micro-segmentation security technology vendor updates its platform with new capabilities to understand and create security policies.
cloud security

Microsoft Sounds Alarm on Weaponized Virtual Machines on the Cloud

Attackers are targeting cloud accounts, hoping to weaponize virtual machines and gain access to valuable information.
Starling IARI

One Identity Debuts Identity Analytics and Risk Intelligence Service

The new Starling Identity Analytics and Risk Intelligence service aims to help organizations find security risks in access entitlements and policies.
Daily Tech Briefing Aug. 22, 2017

Ransomware Victims Pay Much More Than Just the Ransom VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: The true cost of ransomware is much more than just the ransom; Facebook awards $100K for spear phishing security research; Google and UC Berkeley will create an eclipse movie from crowd-sourced images; and there's more.
Mimecast Ropemaker

Ropemaker Email Exploit Exposes Desktop Clients to Security Risks

Email security vendor Mimecast releases a report on a new type of email exploit that neither Apple nor Microsoft sees as a risk that needs to be patched.
Unity flaw

Game Developers Warned of Remote Vulnerability in Unity

The popular Unity game platform is vulnerable to remote compromise due to a flaw in the Windows game editor, the company says as it releases a critical patch.

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