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NEWS ANALYSIS: Potentially millions of Microsoft email users on Outlook, Hotmail and MSN mail had their email information exposed after a Microsoft support person was breached, exposing a wider issue of risks that cloud services represent.
SECURITY TREND ANALYSIS: The security industry is evolving faster than ever before. Fortinet’s Accelerate event highlighted several major trends taking place.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: IBM Security and the Ponemon Institute asked global IT executives what they do to keep their organizations cyber-resilient and discovered interesting insights about the state of modern cyber-security.
At Google Next, new and enhanced services debut to provide organizations with improved visibility and control over cloud resources, to help limit potential security risks.
Verizon is now in the process of updating millions of routers to help protect users against a series of vulnerabilities that could have potentially enabled exploitation.
JOIN US: This is a chat-based conversation about how we realistically are going to be storing our business and personal data in places where it will be safe and accessible for years to come. Can the cloud handle all of this? Doubtful.
EXCLUSIVE: Sysdig is set to launch version 2.0 of its Cloud-Native Visibility and Security Platform, providing organizations with integrated capabilities to manage workload performance and security.
IBM X-Force reveals that multiple malware campaigns are spoofing major accounting and payroll firms as the U.S. tax filing deadline nears.
Cyber-criminals aren't just hiding on the dark web. Many are also operating openly on social media sites like Facebook, according to new research from Cisco's Talos research unit.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Questionable online travel agencies, travel aggregators, competitors and criminals are using malicious bots to conduct a variety of attacks on airline websites that result in online fraud, website downtime and loss of potential revenue.
Researchers from UpGuard have discovered two separate un-secured cloud storage buckets holding Facebook user information, once again putting the social network's users at risk.