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Trend Micro's new managed service looks to provide organizations with threat hunting and response capabilities.
DAILY VIDEO: IBM warns that spammers once again are taking aim at the FIFA World Cup, and Intel warns of the Lazy restore speculative execution CPU risk.
The company's security-enhancing technology now enables customers to extend secure access to applications, data and other cloud-computing resources.
A new service from VirusTotal enables software developers to privately check and monitor application code against antivirus engines, in a bid to reduce false positives.
As the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off, so too are spammers' efforts to trick unsuspecting users into clicking on malicious links and malvertising.
VIDEO: John Morello, CTO of Twistlock, discusses why security controls are needed for serverless functions.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A new type of malware that is starting to spread to Windows 10 computers bypasses the operating system’s built-in security and implants itself so firmly that it’s extremely difficult to remove.
Lacework found 21,169 publicly facing container orchestration platform dashboards, including Kubernetes. The good news though is that only 300 were completely open without any credentials.
VIDEO: Fei Huang, CEO and co-founder of NeuVector, explains why network security approaches are needed inside of container deployments.
Yet another speculative execution issue has been disclosed that potentially puts some Intel CPU users at risk.
NEWS ANALYSIS: When the new version of iOS is released sometime this summer, it will include a means of blocking attempts to unlock iPhones through their Lightning Ports, a method currently used by the FBI.
VIDEO: At DockerCon 18, Ali Golshan, co-founder and CEO of StackRox, discusses how his company's security platform is making security easier for both developers and operators.