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After several months of early deployment, Facebook is now providing more options for sites to benefit from the Delegated Account Recovery model for account and password resets.
Security vendor Threat Stack analyzed AWS usage patterns and found that 73 percent had some form of misconfiguration that could represent a potential security risk.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The group Shadow Brokers revealed a list of zero-day vulnerabilities for Microsoft Windows that that had been patched or were soon to be fixed. But the list contained hints that the NSA was tracking an important international banking service.
Twistlock adds new Compliance Explorer and Runtime Radar features, helping organizations better understand and control container deployments.
The Shadow Brokers hacker group releases a set of 13 exploits, but Microsoft provides a rapid response, downplaying the current risk.
The same exploit using a zero-day security flaw patched by Microsoft this week was used to spread malicious software used by cyber-criminals and cyber-spies, according to FireEye.
A decade after first inventing Format-Preserving Encryption, Hewlett Packard Enterprise now has a key government stamp of approval.
VIDEO: Capsule8 co-founders Dino Dai Zovi and John Viega talk about container security and their startup's plans to provide a new approach for reducing risk.
There are a lot of different security reasons why IT professionals feel pressure in their jobs, according to Trustwave's 2017 Security Pressures Report. Here is a look at the main pressure points.
NEWS ANALYSIS: While most of tax scams have been aimed at individual taxpayers, there are some new scams aimed at businesses that will try to approach your employees.
Security vendor improves its Silo disposable web browser technology, making it easier for organizations to deploy.
Adobe's April patch update provides fixes for 59 security vulnerabilities, including five that were first publicly demonstrated at the Pwn2Own 2017 hacking contest in March.