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NEWS ANALYSIS: High-level vulnerabilities in a pair of open-source tools reveal risks in package management infrastructure.
DAILY VIDEO: Prioritizing vulnerabilities is key to patching success, a report finds, and Extreme Networks readies WiFi 6 access points.
NEW-PRODUCT REVIEW: Cynet 360 integrates a full spectrum of cyber-security technologies and capabilities into an easy-to-provision platform for enterprises of any size that seek to improve resiliency against today’s threats.
Properly curated data for privacy isn't just about compliance, it's also a strategic imperative that can drive businesses forward.
While the volume of phishing attacks grew in 2018, Proofpoint found that there were also several positive trends that helped organizations reduce cyber-security risk.
IT SECURITY ANALYSIS: Fresh on the heels of a cryptomining explosion in the last quarter of 2017, 2018 began with threat actors diversifying their cryptomining tactics, broadening their reach to Android, Mac, cryptomining malware and experimenting with new innovations in browser-based attacks.
The core Apple kernel component that is at the heart of both the iOS and macOS operating systems is being patched for multiple vulnerabilities that could lead to arbitrary code execution.
The StackRox Container Security Platform 2.4 update includes enhanced capabilities to help organizations better secure Kubernetes cloud-native deployments.
eWEEK is creating a new series of articles which examine all sectors of IT and present up-to-date research and analysis on the leading companies in each space. It's all designed for enterprise buyers of hardware, software, services and cloud products to have more and better information in hand...
Varonis is updating its Data Security Platform to version 7.0, integrating new dashboards that provide organizations with improved visibility into potential threats.
A report released by Kenna Security and the Cyentia Institute looked at three billion vulnerabilities and found that only 5 percent of all published issues have known exploits.