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AppGuard Completes $30 Million Funding Round

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The endpoint security specialist plans to seal the deal on an acquisition and target customers in both the enterprise and SMB markets.

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U.S. Government Bans Use of Kaspersky Software

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Executive branch departments and agencies have 90 days to remove and discontinue use of all Kaspersky products.

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Equifax Breach Highlights Potential Impact of GDPR

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Were the regulation already in effect, the company could have faced more than $120 million in fines.

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WhiteHat Launches Secure DevOps Learning Labs

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The new online learning and resource hub helps enterprise developers build secure apps from the start.

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Open Source Summit: Securing IoT is About Avoiding Anti-Patterns

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There are a lot of different pitfalls when it comes to IoT security that developers need to avoid.

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5 Top Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) Solutions

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Enterprise mobility management (EMM) is a sophisticated technology for controlling mobile access to data and networks. We review five of the top EMM solutions.

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Cybrary Raises $3.5 Million to Fill Cybersecurity Skills Gap

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The online training provider raises millions to help IT professionals and job seekers gain some much-needed cybersecurity expertise.

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New Bluetooth Attack Affects Billions of Devices Worldwide

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The exploit, which requires no user interaction, can give the attacker control of the affected device.

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Unpatched Open Source Software Flaw Blamed for Massive Equifax Breach

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The Apache Struts security flaw had been disclosed in March of 2017.

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Protecting Big Data: Over 26,000 MongoDB Servers Hit by Ransom Attacks

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In many cases, companies that paid the ransom were scammed -- the data had simply been wiped.

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IoT Security Startup Axonius Raises $4 Million

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The Israeli company is plugging the network visibility and management gaps that can lead to an attack on a business' IoT devices.

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Lenovo Settles Superfish Privacy Claims with U.S. FTC for $3.5M

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The simple lesson in this case is to not pre-install software that violates user privacy.

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SANS Updates Phishing Awareness Training Offering

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SANS Phishing Training offers tools that help organizations measure the effectiveness of their phishing awareness efforts.

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Equifax Web Application Vulnerability Exposes 143 Million Social Security Numbers

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The exposed information also includes names, birthdates and addresses, as well as some driver's license numbers, credit card numbers and other data.

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Critical Infrastructure Compromised: New Cyber Attacks Hit Energy Companies in U.S., Turkey, Switzerland

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The Dragonfly group now appears to be focused on compromising operational networks.

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Protect Your Data Now: Misconfigured Cloud Servers Expose Millions of Customer Records

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A pair of misconfigured Amazon S3 buckets belonging to third party vendors exposed two companies' highly sensitive data.

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Apache Struts Update Patches Critical Vulnerabilities

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Widely used Java framework is once again updating for some highly impactful issues.

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U.S. Deputy Attorney General Calls Encryption a Threat to Public Safety

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And if tech companies don't provide access, Rosenstein said, "legislation may be necessary."

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The Ransomware Epidemic: 23 Million Spam Emails Distribute Locky in a Single Day

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The campaign is just one of many currently distributing Locky ransomware.

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When Risk Management Means Life or Death: FDA Approves Recall of 465,000 RF-Enabled Pacemakers

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Patients using the pacemakers will need to be provided with a firmware update by a medical professional.

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