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DAILY VIDEO: TRITON attack targeted critical infrastructure, a security firm says; AMD racks up cloud server wins with Baidu and Microsoft; Amazon will resume sales of Google Chromecast video streaming devices; and there's more.
In a White House press briefing, Homeland Security adviser Tom Bossert attributed the WannaCry ransomware attack to North Korea and explained why the U.S. government still holds on to approximately 10 percent of all the vulnerabilities it discovers.
BlackBerry announced it is ending security updates for its PRIV smartphone and says it will close its app store in December, 2019 as the company continues its transition to marketing only mobile security software.
The same flaw that was used to exploit Equifax is now being used by attackers to mine for the Monero crypto-currency.
Days after rejecting an offer from rival firm Atos, Gemalto accepts an acquisition offer from Thales that will help extend digital identity and data security technology.
In an advisory, security services firm FireEye warns that a nation-state appears to be infiltrating critical-infrastructure sites and developing ways to cause physical damage.
DAILY VIDEO: Mirai IoT botnet creators plead guilty for their roles in cyber-attacks; Apple is rolling out more powerful iMac Pro workstations; users will begin their transition from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams; and there's more.
FireEye and ClearSky both warn that Iranian hackers are having a great deal of success in their operations, and the U.S. needs to track them more closely.
A new security app benefits from the Cisco-Apple partnership, bringing enhanced visibility and control for iOS mobile devices.
New Webhook and Graph API tools help developers identify when an SSL/TLS certificate has been mis-issued.
In two whitepapers, Google describes measures for protecting data traveling to its networks and within them.