As more companies deploy sandboxing technology to catch advanced malware, many attackers are adding code to their program to detect if the attack running in a virtual machine.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The original authors of the Patriot Act are backing revisions that would end a number of problematic practices, but the revised USA Freedom Act must make it through both houses.
HashiCorp, the vendor behind popular Vagrant developer tool, makes a big jump into security with the open-source Vault project.
The USA Freedom Act, which would allow Internet firms to disclose more details of government requests for customer data, is an important step in right direction, the company says.
Elastica becomes the only Cisco partner to provide new-gen, cloud-based security software that fits into a new software category defined as Cloud Access Security Brokers.
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The IoT, and the security thereof, represents the greatest business opportunity for the IT industry in the second half of the second decade of the 21st century.
Walmart CIO Karenann Terrell offers provocative comments about retail security and what the Target data breach taught the industry.
A whopping 76 percent of survey respondents said their organization experienced a damaging breach within the past 12 months.
Arbor Networks reports the largest ever DDoS attack at 334G bps, as well as an increase in the volume of large DDoS attacks.
Chrome users who enter a Google password into a non-Google site will receive a security alert.
Government organizations are collecting more cyber-security data than ever before, and many struggle to manage and analyze it all.
The Indian company has been selling security software for more than two decades overseas, and now is targeting smaller businesses in North America.
Most WordPress users were never at risk, and those that were got an automatic patch.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Many themes emerged at the world's largest security conference, and many vendors seem resolved to the fact that you can't stop attacks, but you can detect them.