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New information and threat protection capabilities help SMBs thwart phishing, ransomware and other security threats.
Wallet stealing, using phones and PCs for crypto-mining and hacking exchange accounts are just some of the ways that cyber-criminals are looking to cashing in on crypto-currency.
Next-generation SIEM, WAF and business-critical application security companies were among the startups that secured new funding in April.
DAILY VIDEO: Researchers find Amazon Alexa can be hacked to record users, and Google redesigns Gmail with new security and productivity features.
Wallarm's FAST product makes use of fuzzing techniques to help generate automated tests for application code.
Seven out of every 10 IT and operational technology professionals worry that a cyber-attack will lead to physical damage to computer and industrial systems that require expensive repairs or even kill people.
VIDEO: Juan Perez-Etchegoyen, CTO of Onapsis, details an SAP configuration flaw that could leave enterprises at risk of exploitation.
Security firm Checkmarx reports that malicious Amazon Alexa skills could have enabled an attacker to record everything a user says. Amazon has taken steps to mitigate the issue.
With digital password managers computer users can maintain long and complex passwords without worrying about forgetting them or writing them on down on sticky notes where they can be stolen and exploited by hackers.
VIDEO: Dr. Sridhar Muppidi, IBM Fellow, vice president and CTO IBM Security discusses how he thinks about security and the role that Artificial Intelligence will play in the future.
The open-source effort aims to replace the decades-old IPtables model for Linux networking with a more modern approach for containers that improves performance and security.