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Vera’s job is to bolster users’ ability to ensure that only trusted individuals can access sensitive information in real time, regardless of its location.
Users mistakenly think that if they put their infrastructure into Amazon (AWS), Google Cloud or Azure, that they’re also providing security—but that’s a fallacy.
The online security company's trust and safety platform now includes a custom rules engine and deep learning neural network models for supervised and unsupervised image classification.
Insurance companies are already starting to see claims as a result of the WannaCry ransomware worm, though it's still too early to measure the full financial impact.
Skyport adds new capabilities to its cloud-managed secure server hardware platform to help organizations manage and secure application delivery in the cloud.
A new report from Bay Dynamics reveals some inconvenient truths about how cyber-security professionals spend their time.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The WannaCry ransomware worm outbreak isn't the only cyber-security incident that users need to worry about, as a pair of breaches at Zomato and DocuSign have also exposed users to vulnerabilities that unfortunately are all too common.
Health care systems using medical devices running embedded Windows have been infected with the WannaCry ransomware, highlighting that the impact of the malware goes beyond lost data or payoffs to cyber-criminals.
New service aims to go beyond a traditional Content Delivery Network, to reduce latency and improve security.
According to Akamai's latest State of the Internet/Security Report, both the total number of DDoS attacks and the number of large DDoS attacks declined at the beginning of 2017.
The global WannaCry ransomware outbreak remains a risk, though there is now a new ability for security researchers to test organizations against the exploit.
MarkLogic 9 is aimed at improving performance in three main focus areas: data integration from silos, data manageability and security. Sounds simple, but all of these things are hard to do well.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft's president decries the practice of weaponizing software flaws; TIBCO Software will acquire data science platform maker Statistica; Google finds implementing the EU's right to be forgotten mandate difficult; and there's more.