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While a majority of IT professionals trust biometrics as an authentication technology, they'd like to see more product standardization and fewer false positives, a Spiceworks survey finds.
VIDEO: Wendi Whitmore Global Partner and Lead at IBM X-Force Incident Response and Intelligence Services (IRIS) explains how organizations can improve their cyber-security posture with incident response.
DAILY VIDEO: Google urges webmasters to quickly replace untrusted Symantec certs; Tenable launches the Lumin cyber-exposure benchmarking platform; there's good news for the server business: revenue is up 25 percent in Q4 2017; and there's more.
While BlackBerry may be out of the smartphone handset business, the company also knows how to do security software, and not only for connected devices.
The RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle 7.1 update improves the ability for organizations to conduct access reviews and deploy identity governance, as GDPR deadline nears.
Memcached patching efforts appear to be working as the attack bandwidth size of memcached DDoS attacks are now on the decline.
Starting in a few week Chrome will no longer trust any Symantec digital certificate issued before June 2016.
Gemalto's Identity and Access Management Index 2018 report reveals the intersection of consumer and enterprise authentication.
New feature on Tenable's cloud-delivered services platform aims to help organizations better understand and prioritize vulnerabilities.
Overall, Kaspersky Lab reported that the total number of mobile malware attacks grew in 2017, though multiple categories of mobile malware declined.
While the overall volume of malware attacks in 2017 grew, SonicWall found that the number of ransomware attacks declined last year.
Aqua Security 3.0 provides new capabilities to help organizations protect Kubernetes container workloads as well as new modes of container deployment, including the AWS Fargate service.