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TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS: It’s unusual for a big tech company to ask for limits on its own technology, but that’s exactly what Microsoft is doing, and it should be a standard for the industry.
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The open-source Open Policy Agent project looks to make it easier for organizations to define and deploy policies to help secure access to cloud data and workloads.
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DAILY VIDEO: Quora discloses a data breach impacting 100 million users, and NeuVector improves container security with admission control.
The startup has raised money to make it easier for organizations to benefit from broad internet-wide scanning technology that can be used to identify potential threats.
In what is likely to be the final Apple security update for 2018, macOS 10.14.2 and iOS 12.1.1 are now available, fixing multiple flaws across the desktop and mobile operating systems.
Question and answer site Quora is now answering questions about itself and a data breach that has trigged a password reset for impacted users.
EXCLUSIVE: The NeuVector 2.3 container firewall platform release provides new admission control capabilities that are directly integrated with the Kubernetes container orchestration platform.
NEWS ANALYSIS: It seems that Marriott was doing pretty much everything right when it discovered an ongoing breach, but it may still pay massive penalties.
NOVEMBER RECAP VIDEO: A clearly manipulated video released by the White House press secretary shows how today’s advanced video manipulation tools can put enterprises at risk if they do not take precautions.
In one of the largest breach disclosures in recent memory, Marriott International has revealed that its Starwood Hotels division had been breached since 2014, leaving customer data including payment card information at risk.