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Mitch Wagner Mitch Wagner, Editor, Enterprise Cloud, Light Reading, | 3/22/2018
Google's security team has been busy.
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Paige Bartley Senior Analyst, Information Management, Ovum, | 3/22/2018
A sizable proportion of organizations will not be fully compliant with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation by the time the May 2018 deadline passes, and demand for compliance tools is growing.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 3/22/2018
The place of cryptography in the Internet-connected world has been part of a major discussion for many years. Users want the ability to stop other entities -- including the government -- from being able to read the content of what they encrypt.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 3/21/2018
Attacks directed by nation states, along with the uncertainty that comes from technological developments such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, are some of the developments that will upend the enterprise security market in the coming years, according to a new report.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 3/21/2018
A significant majority of oil and gas companies have reported a serious security breach or incident in the past year, according to a new report. This comes at a time when the safety of critical infrastructure facilities is under renewed scrutiny following a series of attacks and government warnings.
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Dawn Kawamoto Technology Journalist, | 3/20/2018
UK-based Cambridge Analytica and its parent company Strategic Communications Laboratories (SCL) Group may soon be facing a tsunami wave of data requests from voters, adding to the fallout from their Facebook controversy.
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Dawn Kawamoto Technology Journalist, | 3/20/2018
Despite a crushing demand for IT security workers, not all InfoSec roles are safe from layoffs or redeployment as more companies turn to artificial intelligence and machine learning, according to IT security and careers experts.
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Simon Marshall Technology Journalist, | 3/19/2018
Securing the expanding universe of billions of Internet of Things devices is anything but straightforward. But in the healthcare sector, it presents unique threats to human safety and operational efficiency.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 3/19/2018
European government institutions and agencies have again come under attack from the Russia-linked hacking group called Fancy Bear, which also goes by the names APT28 and Sofacy, according to a new report from Palo Alto Networks.
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Ariella, 3/21/2018 12:34:27 PM
How to Access the Voter Information Dirt Cambridge Analytica Has on You
@Michelle I agree with you. It doesn't seem right that they should profit off of this. It's almost like extortion.

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