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DAILY VIDEO: Facebook data breach extended to third-party applications, and Oracle improves security and performance in Java 11.
At SecTor, the CISO of Ruby Life, the parent company of breached infidelity website Ashley Madison, details the steps the company has taken to improve security.
DAILY VIDEO: New Russian malware can embed itself in PC firmware, and Kubernetes 1.12 improves cloud-native security with TLS Bootstrap.
At SecTor, the head of Canada's newest cyber-security agency outlines a low-key approach to making the country's systems less attractive to attackers.
The ninth iteration of the BSIMM best practices for security model, adds new components for cloud control, including the use of container orchestration frameworks.
It’s not enough to plan for the technical aspects of data recovery only. To ensure continued long term-success, businesses must also consider the financial costs associated with deploying a fail-proof disaster recovery plan across the business.
Tim Berners-Lee announces a new startup effort called Inrupt that will advance the development of the open-source Solid specification to help restore user control of information.
Facebook denies claims that a hacker that was planning on live streaming a hack of Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook page is connected to the data breach that impacts 90 million users.
While this “data everywhere” philosophy is great for efficiency, it’s devastating to traditional security models because they fail to protect data, especially when both the user and the data are beyond the security perimeter.
Facebook reveals that somehow attackers were able to breach its systems and obtain user access tokens for at least 50 million accounts, triggering a reset involving at least 90 million user accounts.