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IBM researchers discover a new banking Trojan that is built with custom code, though it uses similar tactics to existing malware attacks.
The container security startup adds new features to detect risks hidden within tunneled traffic and suspicious processes.
Google conducted a year-long study with researchers from University of California , Berkeley that shows users are far more at risk from phishing attacks than from keyloggers or data breaches.
Sean Michael Kerner | Updated
Pharmaceutical vendor Merck is the latest multi-national firm to report financial losses from the NotPetya ransomware attack in June 2017.
AWS Endpoints have been a popular way among users to securely access S3 and DynamoDB from an Amazon virtual private cloud without the need for an internet gateway.
At Gigamon's Cybersecurity Summit Nov. 8 cyber-security experts shared their recommendations with CISOs charged with preventing data breaches like the one that rocked Equifax.
Bracket Computing updates its cloud computing workload technology with new security inspection capabilities that can detect and block hacker activities.
Ahead of its annual re:invent conference, Amazon announces new security capabilities for its S3 storage service and the AWS PrivateLink for secure private cloud service access.
Gartner's 2017 endpoint security Magic Quadrant report shows which companies are among the best providers of software and services that guard against viruses, malware and cyber-attacks.
Only 28 percent of users actually use a second method of identifying themselves on any of their online accounts, according to a survey conducted by authentication firm Duo Security.
The new module aims to help identify the true state of software patching, looking beyond what an operating system registry reports.
Survey results reveal 88 percent of U.S. businesses are confident in the current state of DDoS threat mitigation–the highest proportion in the international study–despite high percentage of verified attacks.