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The Center for Democracy and Technology has filed a complaint with the U.S Federal Trade Commission, alleging that the VPN vendor is violating consumer privacy. AnchorFree denies the allegations.
The latest update of the Vault platform adds new disaster recovery and multi-factor authentication capabilities to the distributed secrets management platform.
Fraudsters are impersonating trusted brands in an effort to get users to pay for fake technical support and hand over their personal information.
New features in One Identity's hardware platform include privileged session management and support for Amazon Web Services.
New money comes from Oracle to help build a FIPS-compliant encryption module for the OpenSSL cryptographic library.
July was a newsworthy month for the security industry. Not only did the Black Hat and DefCon security conferences take place in July, but it was a busy month for investors pumping money into security vendors.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft's courts Hollywood with secure media cloud services; Facebook AI experiment shutdown holds lessons for IT industry; Privacy rights group wants FTC to probe Google tracking algorithm; and there's more.
Hackers are increasingly using Secure Sockets Layer encryption to conceal device infections, shroud data exfiltration and hide botnet communications, according to cloud security company Zscaler.
Marcus Hutchins, better known as MalwareTechBlog, was arrested by the FBI on his way home from the DefCon security conference in Las Vegas.
Cylance Protect Home Edition debuts delivering artificial intelligence powered malware detection capabilities proven in the enterprise, to the home office.
Seven years after acquiring the SSL/TLS certificate business from VeriSign, Symantec sells the business unit to DigiCert.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Artificial intelligence is taking on a bigger role in antimalware products. But it's not foolproof and its clear cyber-criminals will soon use AI to make their malware stealthier.