Verizon's Data Breach Incident Report for 2017 has a few key takeaways worth noting for healthcare and the education sectors.
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For GE, Wurldtech, which focuses securing oil and gas, utilities and medical industries, is a cog in its plans to run the industrial Internet.
Shape Security has big backers, an appliance called Shape Shifter and big enterprise customers deploying beta tests of the company's bot walls and polymorphic code approach to deter cybercrime.
Strip away the politics and privacy debate and the NSA's penchant for hoarding data is a major big data problem.
The service is built on Salesforce's Force.com platform and on the surface looks like it competes with Okta on many fronts.
In a long, somewhat rambling blog post, IAB CEO Randall Rothenberg questioned whether Mozilla has lost its values about third party cookies.
The partnership aims to head off DDoS attacks, which overwhelm Web sites and bring sites down.
Samsung's Knox technology now has a path into the Department of Defense through a partnership with Fixmo.
Security has fallen out of the top 10 business priorities and complacency may be setting in without big attacks grabbing headlines. That was the message from Gartner security analyst John Pescatore, arguably the best observer in the firm.
Funny how Symantec's botched ERP implementation now sparks questions for any other company--this time CA--rolling out new enterprise applications. On CA's quarterly earnings conference call Thursday, a Wall Street analyst asked the software company how it was managing its ERP upgrade and whether there were any concerns.