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DDoS bandwidth keep Rising

How DDoS Attacks Techniques Have Evolved Over Past 20 Years

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From do-it-yourself denial-of-service attacks in the 1990s to this year's terabit-topping memcached attacks, distributed denial-of-service attacks have reached new heights in sophistication and volume.
Android security

Google Play Protect Playing Big Role in Android Security Improvements

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The security suite helped Google remove more unwanted apps from Android devices and its mobile app store in 2017, the company says.
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Six Best Practices for Improving Identity and Access Governance SLIDESHOW

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There are multiple things that an organization can do to improve and harden identity and access governance policies.

Multiple Zero-Day Bugs in Apple Safari Exposed at Pwn2Own 2018

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A total of $267,000 was awarded to security researchers at the two-day event for disclosing new vulnerabilities in operating system and browser software.
energy utility security

U.S. Government Accuses Russia of Hacking the Power Grid

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A joint Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation analysis finds evidence that Russia has been actively targeting critical infrastructure in the U.S with cyber-attacks. What should grid operators do in the U.S. to limit risks?
Pwn2Own 2018

Pwn2Own 2018 Hackers Earn $162K for Safari, Edge, VirtualBox Exploit

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The first day of the 2018 Pwn2Own hacking competition saw security researchers demonstrate a host of zero-day vulnerabilities, though a number of targets, including Google's Chrome browser, were left unchallenged.
Firefox Quantum

Firefox Quantum for Enterprise Brings Control to Browser Deployments

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The impending Firefox Quantum 60 web browser release will benefit from new administrative controls that can aid with enterprise deployments.
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Ransomware, PowerShell Malware Spike Higher, McAfee Reports SLIDESHOW

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McAfee Labs' latest threat report reveals that new malware reached a record high at the end of 2017, with new ransomware and macOS malware taking off.
AMD CPU flaws

Researchers Claim AMD CPUs at Risk From 13 Critical Flaws

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Security firm CTS Labs reports that it discovered multiple flaws in AMD's EPYC and Ryzen processors, though the actual end-user impact is currently unclear.
RSA CTO Zulfikar Ramzan

Why Artificial Intelligence is Important for Cyber-Security

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Speaking at the Dell Experience during the South by SouthWest event, RSA CTO Zulfikar Ramzan explains where artificial intelligence works and where it fails.
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Despite False Positives, Biometrics Ranks as a Top Authentication Tool SLIDESHOW

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While a majority of IT professionals trust biometrics as an authentication technology, they'd like to see more product standardization and fewer false positives, a Spiceworks survey finds.
Wendi Whitmore IBM X-Force IRIS

How IBM Helps Organizations to Improve Security with Incident Response VIDEO

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VIDEO: Wendi Whitmore Global Partner and Lead at IBM X-Force Incident Response and Intelligence Services (IRIS) explains how organizations can improve their cyber-security posture with incident response.

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