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Ahead of Pwn2Own, Mozilla released 21 security advisories for flaws that have now been fixed in the open-source web browser.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Targeted phishing emails, commonly referred to as spear phishing, are a real risk for most organizations, as attackers use different techniques to lure victims.
The new tool aims to help IT pros collect and evaluate security analytics more easily across corporate hybrid cloud infrastructure.
eWEEK VIDEO: Rohit Ghai, president of RSA Security, outlines the intersection of identity, risk and trust and how his firm is bringing them together to improve security outcomes.
An add-on to Slack’s Enterprise Grid provides customers with the ability to use their own encryption keys, giving them greater control and visibility to their data.
eWEEK VIDEO: Tom Gillis, SVP and general manager at VMware, outlines why intrinsic security is the key to reducing risk.
NEWS ANALYSIS: New legislation, if adopted, would set purchasing requirements for government IoT devices, which in turn would affect the availability of secure IoT for industry.
Apparently there is no honor among thieves as a newly discovered attack dubbed "CryptoSink" reveals that attackers are shutting down rival cryptojacking efforts.
Facebook and its related properties, including Instagram and WhatsApp, are struggling to recover from a global outage that kept service offline for much of March 13. What took the Facebook services offline however is still unknown.
The co-founder of the open-source Istio service mesh project is now launching a new effort to bring a robust, multicloud enterprise service mesh technology to market.