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Mozilla Improves Privacy Controls in Firefox 65

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The new release of the Firefox web browser makes it easier for users to configure controls that can help protect online privacy.
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FaceTime Security Flaw Gives Apple a Black Eye: Analysts

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The flaw, which compromises user privacy, is still being repaired by Apple after being reported on Jan. 28.
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Salt Security Launches API Protection Platform

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APIs are widely used and deployed across the internet today, making them prime targets for attacks, which Salt Security is looking to help prevent.
Apple FaceTime flaw

Apple FaceTime at Risk From Severe Flaw

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No need to answer a FaceTime call as a potential attacker can already hear you, thanks to a severe vulnerability that Apple is now patching.
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U.S. Drops the Hammer on Huawei

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NEWS ANALYSIS: The U.S. Department of Justice has unsealed a 13-count criminal indictment against Chinese electronics giant Huawei and its CFO for conspiracy and fraud.
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Microsoft CEO Says Privacy a Basic Human Right, Calls for Global GDPR

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NEWS ANAYSIS: Satya Nadella told the World Economic Forum that the GDPR was a fantastic start and that privacy regulations need to be in place to ensure that people own their own data.
Daily Tech Briefing Jan. 28, 2019

Apple Patches Multiple iOS, macOS Flaws in Latest Security Updates VIDEO

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DAILY VIDEO: Apple issues first iOS and macOS security updates for 2019, and Microsoft is offering hundreds of new Dynamics 365 features in 2019.
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Why Data Privacy Is About More Than Just Security

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eWEEK DATA POINTS: Data Privacy Day 2019 is here, providing an opportunity for organizations and end users alike to revisit and improve data privacy.
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Debian and PHP PEAR Projects Update for Application Vulnerabilities

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NEWS ANALYSIS: High-level vulnerabilities in a pair of open-source tools reveal risks in package management infrastructure.
Daily Tech Briefing Jan. 25, 2019

IT Teams Need to Prioritize Vulnerabilities They Patch, Report Finds VIDEO

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DAILY VIDEO: Prioritizing vulnerabilities is key to patching success, a report finds, and Extreme Networks readies WiFi 6 access points.
DHS CISA DNS

U.S. Government Warns of DNS Hijacking Risk

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The DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency gives U.S. government agencies 10 days to implement a series of actions to limit the risk of DNS hijacking attacks.
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How Cynet’s Platform Approach Tames Cyber-Security Issues

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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.

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