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Canon.Vera

Canon Dumps Perimeter Security for Vera's Data-centric Approach

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New relationship takes aim at data leaks and protects digital information processed by multi-function devices and digital imaging solutions.
Daily Tech Briefing Feb. 13, 2018

Google Chrome Soon to Label Sites Not Using HTTPS as 'Not Secure' VIDEO

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DAILY VIDEO: Google Chrome will label sites using HTTP as insecure starting in July; Microsoft adds report sharing and favorites to Power BI; cyber-security threats and fraud continue to grow; and there's more.
Deepfence IP

Deepfence Emerges from Stealth with Container Security Platform

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Deepfence, a new container security startup, emerges with Security-as-a-Microservice approach for cloud native environments.
Email malware 2

Valentine's Day Fuels Spike in Dating Spam, IBM Reports

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Email inboxes around the world have been flooded with dating spam from the Necurs botnet, with over 230 million messages sent so far.
cryptojacking

Crypto-Currency Miner Hits Thousands of Sites via Accessibility Script

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The Browsealoud text-to-speech accessibility extension was injected with the Coinhive crypto-currency mining script, leading to unauthorized mining on thousands of sites around the world.
Google Chrome browser

Google Chrome to Label Sites Using HTTP as Insecure Starting in July

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In July, Google's Chrome browser will begin to label any site and any web page still using HTTP as "not secure."
CA Veracode Acquisition

Cyber-Security Threats and Fraud Continue to Grow

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NEWS ANALYSIS: A half dozen IT industry reports out this week, reveal both technical and personnel challenges facing enterprises.
1088_HackersExploitOld

Hackers Exploit Old Software, Trusted Websites, Menlo Security Reports SLIDESHOW

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The Menlo Security 2017 State of the Web report reveals that organizations continue to use old software, leaving them open to attack.
Microsoft

Windows 10 S Build 17093 Helps Users Ditch Passwords

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Windows 10 S users may never again encounter a password prompt in the newest Windows Insider test build.
Google

Google Says It Paid Nearly $3 Million to Bug Hunters in 2017

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The highest payout of $112,500 was for a remote exploit that enabled escape from a sandboxed Chrome process.
Operation Shadow Web

36 Indicted for Participating in Cybercrime Ring That Stole $530M

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Global law enforcement officials worked together as part of Operation Shadow Web to shut down the operations of a carder group known as the Infraud Organization.
Equifax Inept Security

Water Utility in Europe Hit by Cryptocurrency Malware Mining Attack

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Unauthorized cryptocurrency mining attacks come to industrial control systems for the first time, as cryptojacking attacks continue to grow.

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