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A new report from DataVisor reveals that app install fraud is costly: More than 5 percent of app installs for ad networks are fraudulent, leading to over $300 million in losses.
After two years of effort, VMware's Project Goldilocks reaches generally availability, providing a new way to secure virtual applications.
The FBI alleges that the Chinese researcher helped to develop and distribute the Sakula malware, which has been linked to multiple large data breaches.
The security firm will use the new funding to further develop and expand the market for AI-driven adversary detection.
The exploit acquisition firm updates its payout schedule, adding new mobile, server and desktop targets.
Akamai's 2Q17 State of the Internet / Security report reveals new trends in the DDoS and web application attack landscape.
The micro-segmentation security technology vendor updates its platform with new capabilities to understand and create security policies.
Attackers are targeting cloud accounts, hoping to weaponize virtual machines and gain access to valuable information.
The new Starling Identity Analytics and Risk Intelligence service aims to help organizations find security risks in access entitlements and policies.
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Email security vendor Mimecast releases a report on a new type of email exploit that neither Apple nor Microsoft sees as a risk that needs to be patched.