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States, Local Governments Need to Focus on Cyber-security, Experts Say

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The diversity of agencies and systems and a lack of expertise in state and local governments mean that attackers can often easily target their systems successfully.
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Eavesdropping Malware Discovered Gathering Audio Data in Ukraine

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NEWS ANALYSIS: "Operation BugDrop" malware stealthily infects computers and turns on the onboard microphone to gather audio files, which it exports to Dropbox files for retrieval and analysis.
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How Google Secures Gmail Against Spam and Ransomware

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At the RSA Conference, Elie Bursztein, anti-fraud and abuse research team lead at Google, explains the many technologies in place to protect Gmail users.
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IBM Reveals Security Risks to Owners of Previously Owned IoT Devices

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VIDEO: What happens to IoT user accounts in the cloud when a device or even a car is sold? According to new research from IBM Security, revocation of old users isn't happening, exposing a major new risk.
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Why Data Privacy is Losing Its War Against IT Innovation

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NEWS ANALYSIS: It is quite possible that there is no such thing as personal data privacy anymore--especially when it comes to video.
Windows 10

Windows Insider Program Is Going Pro

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Microsoft is planning to add new features and capabilities aimed at IT professionals to the early-access program.
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Ransomware Heads List of 7 Most Dangerous New Cyber-Attack Techniques

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Researchers at the SANS Institute detailed a range of cyber-threats enterprises are currently dealing with and ways to become a less inviting attack target.
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SecureWorks Exposes Phishing Fraudster Using Social Engineering Tricks

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Pretending to be a willing dupe can help security firms identify and shut down the bank accounts used by scammers, turning the tables on attackers.
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Large DDoS Attacks on the Rise, Akamai Report Finds SLIDESHOW

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As internet speeds around the world continue to get faster and an increasing number of devices are being connected, there is also an increasing volume of high-bandwidth attacks. That's one of the top-level findings in Akamai's fourth-quarter 2016 State of the Internet Security Report, which...
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HPE Expands Big Data and IoT Security Capabilities

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HPE SecureData for Hadoop and IoT debuts to protect sensitive information, while ArcSight Investigate enters beta to find hidden threats.
Malware 2017

AppRiver Security Report Finds Ransomware Most Prevalent Cyber-Threat SLIDESHOW

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Security firm AppRiver’s 2017 Global Security Report reveals a number of sobering trends in IT security.
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Congressional Staffers See Russian Hacking, FISA Vote as Priorities

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Investigating Russian hacking and disinformation operations are at the top of Congressional committee agendas, but lawmakers also need to reauthorize a key U.S intelligence capability.

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