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According to Symantec, attackers are increasingly "living off the land," using email, macros and Powershell to exploit end users.
Shadow IT continues to present a problem as the average number of cloud services in use per enterprise rose to 1,071, up from 1031 during the previous quarter, according to the company's latest study.
Dell Security's end-user security survey reveals common activities that could be exposing global organizations to security risk.
Security firm Rapid7 discloses flaws in Hyundai Motor America's Blue Link mobile app that could have potentially enabled a hacker to attack a vehicle.
Simply using HTTPS to make sure a software update is secure isn't enough to fully validate that a given update hasn't been tampered with. That's where The Update Framework can help.
Google's general counsel warns that an International framework is needed to prevent a patchwork of national laws and ad hoc internet data surveillance.
Security firm releases its first generally available product release, providing a cloud-enabled platform for security deceptions that aim to trick and trap attackers.
Mozilla improves the Firefox browser with a new graphics rendering technology and patches for 39 security vulnerabilities.
A review of Q1 security incidents by security firm Rapid7 finds that attackers are more likely to use credentials to hack systems, although malware and industry-specific attacks continue to be popular.
Among the many patches this month are multiple products being updated to fix an Apache Struts vulnerability that was publicly disclosed in March 2017.
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Security is top of mind for container deployment, and these 10 vendors are all aiming for a slice of the market.