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Included among the new products now in beta test is the SonicWall Capture Client that is powered by technology from endpoint security vendor SentinelOne.
Four weeks after critical CPU vulnerabilities were first publicly disclosed, security vendors aren't currently seeing any widespread attacks.
A detailed report from the Cisco Talos research team provides insights into the methods used by attackers to generate profits with unauthorized crypto-currency mining campaigns.
StackRox's Adversarial Intent Model (AIM) provides insight into how container attacks occur and what needs to be done to stop them.
The new year starts off with investors continuing to find opportunities in the growing cyber-security market, investing in such areas as cryptocurrency wallet security and real-time forensics.
IBM Security report reveals differences in the way millennials use authentication technologies that could impact the future of digital identities.
Arbor Networks' 13th annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report reveals a decline in peak DDoS attack size, but that doesn't mean attackers weren't active in 2017.
CPU security issues required the longest Linux kernel development cycle since 2011, as Linus Torvalds releases Linux 4.15 on Jan. 28
Ads containing Coinhive's miner were distributed via Google's ad network to users in several countries, Trend Micro says.
Research shows that 71 percent of businesses know that they deny more transactions than they should. This doesn’t just lead to a loss of sales; it’s also likely to damage the lifetime value of that customer.
People need to be reminded about how best to keep their online data secure at least once a year, even though they should be aware of doing this every day on the calendar.
The Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 security research team reveals a new cryptocurrency attack that makes use of URL shorteners to trick users into installing Monero mining software.