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FBI Cyber-Division Section Chief Jeffrey Tricoli provides insight into what many organizations are missing that could prevent attacks and help to aid investigators.
Apple's recently released High Sierra operating system is patched for flaws in the keychain password service and APFS filesystem.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A Wall Street Journal report about how Russian Hackers apparently stole information about U.S. government cyber-spying techniques indicates that a contractor's personal computer may have provided the attack route.
DAILY VIDEO: Yahoo revises the massive data breach impact from 1 billion to 3 billion users; Equifax breach impact expands as its former CEO admits patching failure; Java 9 debuts with Jigsaw modular approach at JavaOne; and there's more.
Richard Smith, ex-CEO of Equifax, spent two days on Capitol Hill answering questions from Congress about the data breach that exposed information on 145.5 million Americans.
Oracle is the latest major IT provider to offer a blockchain cloud service; IBM and Microsoft have both been offering their own version of this for a while.
Under the partnership Gemalto's Hardware Security Module will be integrated with Ledger's Blockchain Open Ledger Operating System to improve security for crypto-currency and blockchain data assets.
There are certain recurring errors and practices that leave organizations open to data breaches, according to a survey from BeyondTrust.
Researchers discovered seven unique vulnerabilities in the open-source Dnsmasq software, impacting hundreds of millions of Android phones and other devices.
Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison’s says companies are losing the cyber-war, but claims his company has the answer with its new Security Cloud services driven by artificial intelligence.
Four months after it was taken over by Verizon and 10 months after initially disclosing a massive data breach after, Yahoo admits that all of its users were impacted.
DAILY VIDEO: Whole Foods is investigating a payment card data breach; Kubernetes 1.8 improves security with role-based access control; Google reports government demands for user data is at an all-time high; and there's more.