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Intel Meltdown, Spectre Fixes

Intel Set to Patch Two New Meltdown, Spectre Vulnerabilities

Two new variants of the Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities have been disclosed by Google and Microsoft.
GDPR Complications

Unintended Consequences of GDPR Threaten Blockchain, Domain Name IDs

NEWS ANALYSIS: Some services including the public blockchain that’s at the core of crypto-currency and the internet’s “WHOIS” domain name identification function may run afoul of Europe’s data privacy regulations.

With GDPR Deadline Looming It’s Time to Review Compliance Checklist

NEWS ANALYSIS: If you do business with European Union citizens then you know that you’ll need to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation which goes into force in a week. Here’s a checklist to confirm that you’re ready.

Intel Makes a Move into Vision Intelligence IoT Business

Intel this week introduced what it calls the OpenVINO (Open Visual Inference & Neural Network Optimization) toolkit. This toolset is designed to fast-track development of high-performance computer vision and deep learning inference applications at the edge.
CrowdStrike CTO

CrowdStrike Advances Cyber-Security Automation to Aid Forensics VIDEO

VIDEO: Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder and CTO of CrowdStrike, discusses his company's latest products and explains why automation won't replace humans.
wordpress 4.7.3

WordPress 4.9.6 Update Helps Websites Prepare for GDPR

A week ahead of the GDPR deadline, a new open-source WordPress content management system update provides administrators with capabilities to protect user privacy.

Internet of Things Security Policies Still Lagging, Report Finds SLIDESHOW

The Pwnie Express Internet of Evil Things report finds that most cyber-security professionals expect a major attack in the next five years.
Daily Tech Briefing May 17, 2018

Chili's Is Latest Retailer Hit With Point of Sale Data Breach VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Chili's discloses data breach exposing payment card information, and Google says its cloud services fully comply with EU GDPR rules.

Crypto-Mining Malware Tops Check Point List of Top Cyber-Threats SLIDESHOW

Crypto-currency mining malware that aims to hijack the processing power of large scale corporate computing systems holds the top spot in Check Point Software’s list of top malware threats.
Barracuda WAF as a Service

Barracuda Launches Web Application Firewall as a Service

Barracuda is making its Web Application Firewall platform available in a cloud-delivered model that benefits from a new management interface and improved configuration.
Daily Tech Briefing May 16, 2018

OS Vendors Misinterpret Intel Documentation, Putting Users at Risk VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Misunderstood Intel documentation leads to a multivendor vulnerability, and Google Duplex AI can boost customer satisfaction and ease interaction.

Number of Vulnerabilities Grows in 1Q18 but So Does Pace of Disclosure SLIDESHOW

Risk Based Security reports that a record 5,375 unique vulnerabilities were reported in the first three months of 2018 but most have a documented solution.

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