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The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules include strict requirements on breach reporting and disclosure that organizations need to prepare for, to avoid potential penalties.
Security firm raises new funds as it aims to give back to existing shareholders and grow technology base that can help defend against issues like WannaCry.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Quantum computing's potential for cracking encryption worries the National Security Agency, so it is developing standards and strategies to support encryption in a post-quantum world.
Quick Base is establishing itself as a leading proponent of the citizen-development genre—even more so now since it was spun out of Intuit (as QuickBase) about a year ago.
Istio, an open source microservices environment, will help developers manage, monitor and secure traffic between services, companies say.
The company's new artificial intelligence platform aims to bring intelligence and automation to complex business processes.
DAILY VIDEO: Google for Jobs employs machine learning to help people find work; WannaCry ransomware raises stakes for cyber-security insurance; Skyport Systems extends secure server protection to hybrid cloud edge; and there's more.
For many organizations the threat of data breaches and data thefts caused by insiders is an even bigger worry than cyber-attacks by outsiders. Here are the steps IT managers should take to prevent data losses caused by insiders.
The new Surface Pro hybrid tablet/laptop is support to replace the aging Surface Pro 4. But most of the enhancements are hidden away inside the device.
Beta release of Red Hat's flagship Linux platform adds support for Network Bound Disk Encryption and the USBGuard software framework, providing improved security.