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Women account for less than 11 percent of info security jobs, and still more than half of them are expected to leave IT altogether because of hostile work environments, according to analyst findings.
The UK phone and telecoms giant's new "ethical hacking" service aims to fix security vulnerabilities in cars long before they roll off the production line.
Google's latest software update for Android Wear will make the smartwatches easier to use in a hands-free mode and over Wi-Fi networks.
Raytheon acquired Websense for $1.9 billion and formed a cybersecurity venture with Vista Equity Partners. This new cybersecurity company now aims to fend off a variety of attacks.
One in three firms now scramble data to protect it from prying eyes - but encryption remains a complicated technology to manage for most.
A new report alleges that the missing cache of bitcoins was long gone before Mt. Gox's demise in 2014.
Recently discovered vulnerabilities are being used by the Russian APT28 group to spy on government targets and steal politically sensitive data.
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Raytheon is expected to announce plans to acquire Websense in order to bring government security solutions into the enterprise.
An international agreement on internet security would be premature despite the need for a trans-border agreement to help minimise the potential damage done by state-sponsored online activity, according to Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.
The problem isn't the VPN; it's trying to maintain anti-competitive, territory-by-territory content licensing models on the global digital distribution platform.
Twitter has announced that from May 18, all of its non-American user data will be handled under Irish law.
Already making an impact with its cloud backup service, Revert plans to push into cloud data security.
A security researcher joked about hacking a plane and was picked up by the FBI. They didn't think it was one bit funny.
Google is always looking to get information faster to people browsing the web and after nearly two years of experimentation, one of its new protocols is paying off in Chrome.
Agreements that Android hardware partners make with Google were made available in a court case, giving a glimpse of what the EC's antitrust probe will be looking for.
Leading security experts say they can already share cybersecurity information without compromising privacy law.
Twitter's general counsel said in a Washington Post editorial: "Open discussion doesn't mean much if some people are afraid to take part."
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A collection of notable security news items for the week ending April 17, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
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