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Russian Infrastructure Attack Campaign

Security Lessons to Learn From Tactics of Indicted Russian Hackers

NEWS ANALYSIS: The Russian hacking attack on the Democratic Party was state sponsored cyber-crime, according to Special Counsel Robert Mueller, but there are security lessons to be learned from mistakes made by Democratic Party officials as well as the hackers.

Oracle Patches 334 Flaws in July Critical Patch Update

Oracle releases its largest Critical Patch Update with security fixes for products across the company's portfolio.
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Mimecast Looks to Secure Web Traffic With DNS Security Gateway

Mimecast is expanding beyond email security to help organizations protect against web-based threats.
McAfee Mvision

McAfee Announces Mvision Enterprise Cyber-Security Technology

McAfee is launching a new cloud-based platform to help organizations control and protect both endpoints and mobile devices.

Symantec Improves Email Security With Threat Isolation Technology

Symantec continues to build out product offerings that benefit from isolation technology which reduces an organization's attack surface.

Oracle Launches Its Blockchain Cloud Service to GA

Oracle claims its blockchain cloud service is the only one on the market that provides users with a development platform to build their own networks.
Blockchain Security

How Blockchain Can Secure Supply Chains, IoT Devices, and More

UPDATED: Blockchain is hands down the technology buzzword of 2018. But the distributed digital ledger can lead to better supply chains, more secure IoT networks, and more reliable DNS.
Optive CyberArk

Optiv Security Launches Privileged Access Managed Service

Optiv Security is now providing a service that manages an organization's new or existing CyberArk privileged access account deployments.
BEC Email Scam

Business Email Compromise Losses Top $12B, FBI Warns

The FBI has revised its figure for the total amount of financial losses from business email compromise attacks, as real estate-related scams grow.
Chrome Ad Blocking Starts

Google Makes 'Site Isolation' the Default Setting in Chrome Browser

The Site Isolation security feature is designed to mitigate impact of attacks that exploit Spectre CPU vulnerabilities, Google says.
Justin Cappos TUF

How The Update Framework Improves Software Distribution Security VIDEO

VIDEO: Justin Cappos, assistant professor at New York University and founder of The Update Framework (TUF) open-source project, provides insight into the process of securing software updates.

Crypto-Mining Malware Rising Fast, Hackers Increasingly Targeting Cloud

Check Point’s mid-year cyber-attack report reveals that 42 percent of organizations globally have been hit by crypto-mining intrusions and that sophisticated attacks on cloud infrastructures are growing.

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