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Larry Loeb Author, | 1/21/2019
Microsoft has created a Bug Bounty program for its Azure DevOps product. Redmond will offer bounties of up to $20,000 for flaws that are eligible under its guidelines.
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Scott Ferguson Managing Editor, Light Reading, | 1/18/2019
Over the last 12 months, dozens of security stories documented how easily data can leak when enterprises leave business and customer data unsecured in databased hosted by various public cloud services.
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Scott Ferguson Managing Editor, Light Reading, | 1/17/2019
There are massive data breaches and then there is "Collection #1."
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Scott Ferguson Managing Editor, Light Reading, | 1/16/2019
In a move looking to bolster its portfolio of email, compliance and other security tools for small and midsized businesses, Dallas-based Zix has inked a $275-million deal to acquire AppRiver, a provider of cloud-based cybersecurity services.
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Scott Ferguson Managing Editor, Light Reading, | 1/9/2019
As digital transformation pushes enterprises deeper into the cloud, security is becoming a greater dilemma for businesses that entrust third-party service providers with their data. A pair of acquisitions looks to address some these customer concerns.
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Scott Ferguson Managing Editor, Light Reading, | 1/8/2019
Radware is looking to bolster its cloud security portfolio with its acquisition of ShieldSquare, a startup that has developed machine learning tools to help fight bots on the web.
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Jeffrey Burt Freelance Editor & Journ, | 1/8/2019
A year ago, the public first heard about Spectre and Meltdown, channel-side vulnerabilities in most of the processors used in servers and PCs for almost two decades. The disclosure of the vulnerabilities, first detected by Google's Project Zero team in mid-2017, and officially disclosed in early 2018, sent shockwaves through the industry.
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Scott Ferguson Managing Editor, Light Reading, | 1/3/2019
A series of cyber attacks between Christmas and New Year's Day that targeted businesses ranging from newspaper printing presses to a cloud service provider are being tied to a specific strain of ransomware called Ryuk.
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Alan Zeichick Principal Analyst, Camden Associates, | 1/1/2019
If my fears come to pass, 2019 will be a somber year for cybersecurity professionals -- and for businesses, governments and consumers.
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Ariella
Ariella, 1/21/2019 2:42:55 PM
Intel Patching SGX Flaw That Can Lead to Escalation of Privileges
@LarryLoeb well, deservedly so.

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LarryLoeb, 1/21/2019 2:35:18 PM
Intel Patching SGX Flaw That Can Lead to Escalation of Privileges
@Ariella Nope. But it sure boosted his rep, didn't it?

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