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Curtis Franklin Security Editor, | 10/19/2017
Encryption can save an enterpise and its data. Right now, though, the question is who's going to save encryption.
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Simon Marshall Technology Journalist, | 10/19/2017
Europe's influence in US data protection law will soon prove whether businesses that hold personally identifiable information (PII) can meet the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), currently awaiting launch in the US after the EU-US Privacy Shield act was ratified Wednesday by the EU.
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Curtis Franklin Security Editor, | 10/18/2017
McAfee, at its first MPOWER event since leaving the Intel corporate fold, has made a series of product announcements focused on analytics and security. The new Investigator product takes the lead, with additional products announced for SOCs, endpoints and cloud platforms.
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Simon Marshall Technology Journalist, | 10/17/2017
Hackers heading into an enterprise have another reason to be cautious: they could become the hunted, not the hunter. In a kind of cyber bait-and-switch, valuable data turns out to fake, and the trap is sprung. More and more enterprises are becoming interested in so-called deception technology, designed to turn the tables on attackers.
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Curtis Franklin Security Editor, | 10/16/2017
If the goal is to keep data out of unauthorized hands, should organizations simply encrypt every bit they possess?
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Curtis Franklin Security Editor, | 10/13/2017
When you study human communications, things can get complicated. Many theories can explain what we think about what we hear and see. But here's something that's not complicated: When we read stories about crime, we tend to think that the world is a more dangerous place.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 10/11/2017
As DRAM has gotten smaller and larger in capacity, the memory cells that make it up have also gotten smaller. This has led to a kind of defect where attackers could bombard ("hammer") RAM memory cell rows with constant read-write operations thereby causing the memory cells to change their electrical charge and their logical state.
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Simon Marshall Technology Journalist, | 10/10/2017
If a person walks into your office and produces a pistol, you know you're in trouble. It's a one-on-one situation, but you can at least try and negotiate. Personalized spear-phishing attacks leave no such wiggle-room. And, they're actively getting more difficult to deal with.
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Michael Wood Vice President - Marketing, VeloCloud Networks, | 10/6/2017
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