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DAILY VIDEO: The Justice Department shuts down 15 DDoS-for-hire sites, and Microsoft Visual Studio gets Extension Essentials pack for developers.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Enterprises first must understand the very nature of their API infrastructures. Most are not even aware of how many APIs they have to begin with.
NEWS ANALYSIS: 2018 was another year of challenges for IT security professionals, with no shortage of major vulnerabilities, privacy concerns and data breaches that will continue to inform decisions and policies into 2019.
TREND ANALYSIS: The attacks will get worse, the attackers will become more sophisticated and that means your countermeasures must evolve quickly--or you’re about to be toast.
DAILY VIDEO: Cyber-security myths continue to persist, Norton LifeLock reports, and Nvidia's AGX Xavier helps devs build new autonomous machines.
The final version of the NIST Risk Management Framework 2.0 is now available, providing government agencies and commercial enterprises alike with new guidance that aligns risk, privacy and cyber-security controls.
NEWS ANALYSIS: There is only so much that any given enterprise can do to defend its own networks, which is why law enforcement is such a critical partner in the overall cyber-security landscape.
A flaw discovered by a Google security researcher in Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser is already being used in targeted attacks.
EXCLUSIVE: Pivotal is updating its Cloud Foundry cloud-native application delivery and management platform with zero downtime upgrade capabilities and is also introducing a new compliance scanner to improve security.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The New York Times publishes the results of an investigation that shows that Facebook violated its users’ privacy settings and its consent decree and it lied to Congress.
Symantec's Norton LifeLock found that there are a number of different commonly held views on cyber-security that aren't factually correct.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The sheer volume of data continues to increase at a staggering rate, and while some of it is beneficial, much of it is irrelevant. Moreover, a disturbing portion is dark and potentially dangerous. How will we manage it all in 2019?