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Larry Loeb Author, | 4/23/2018
Cybercrime discussions have historically focused on how it happens. Specifically, what the technical parts of it are composed of and how does it work. Malware types, security holes and the prevention of attacks are concrete and can be described and understood.
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Alan Zeichick Principal Analyst, Camden Associates, | 4/23/2018
SAN FRANCISCO -- Blame people for the SOC scalability challenge. On the other hand, don't blame your people. It's not their fault.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 4/23/2018
If you haven't been thinking about the security of your unpatched or misconfigured routers, now's a good a time to start.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 4/20/2018
It's now common for websites to use a "Login with Facebook" button on their sites as a convenience for users. However, security researchers from Princeton University have discovered that some advertising and analytics services are siphoning user data from these pages when such a button is present.
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Jeffrey Burt Freelance Editor & Journ, | 4/20/2018
Cybersecurity so far this year is offering a mix of good news, bad news and warnings, according to a report released this week by professional services company Accenture.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 4/19/2018
SAN FRANCISCO -- There's a dirty secret lying right behind the corporate firewall: The IT department can't identify the traffic coming into the enterprise network.
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Alan Zeichick Principal Analyst, Camden Associates, | 4/19/2018
SAN FRANCISO - Got Skynet? Microsoft is putting artificial intelligence in charge of automatically responding to detected threats, with a forthcoming update to Windows Defender ATP.
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Jeffrey Burt Freelance Editor & Journ, | 4/19/2018
The Spectre and Meltdown side-channel security flaws that became public in January and shook the processor industry put a bullseye on Intel more than other chipmakers and forced the company to take the lead in addressing the need for greater security measures at the silicon level.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 4/18/2018
SAN FRANCISCO - Cybercrime is expected to soar to a $6 trillion annual enterprise in the next three years -- that's the equivalent of about 10% of the world's economy -- the secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security, Kirstjen Nielsen, told this week's RSA Conference during an opening keynote.
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