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Private equity firm takes a majority stake in Comodo's SSL certificate business, creating a new standalone company.
Substantially more exposures than the social network had previously disclosed about the reach of the online influence campaign that was designed to promote anger and insults among social network users with varying political points of view.
Cygilant VPM provides IT teams with a single-service offering that combines continuous co-managed vulnerability management with auditable patch management.
VIDEO: Michael Daniel, President and CEO of CTA, explains why vendors are working together with his organization to share threat intelligence information.
DAILY VIDEO: Kaspersky Lab claims malware caused security app to grab secret data; Symantec expands endpoint security with deception technology; How HPE is attempting to make artificial intelligence easier to use; and there's more.
Security vendor aims to expand the reach of its platform to help organizations manage and control security policies and configuration.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft to drop lawsuit after DOJ gag order policy change; Arm introduces IoT Platform Security Architecture at TechCon 2017; Bad Rabbit ransomware spreads across Ukraine, Russia; and there's more.
Security firm announces that it found a pair of critical security vulnerabilities in the Inmarsat Stratos Global AmosConnect 8.4.0 communication shipboard platform, though the actual impact is being disputed by Inmarsat.
Security firm Kaspersky Lab acknowledges that classified data may have been sent back to its servers, but said an investigation showed the incident was limited to a "single" instance where a U.S.-based computer was infected with malware by its owner.
Veritas research reveals that 69 percent of organizations wrongfully believe that data protection, data privacy and compliance are the sole responsibility of the cloud service provider.
VIDEO: Steve Grobman, Chief Technology Officer at McAfee discusses how things have changed at the security vendor since spinning out from Intel.
Vipre Security is offering a cloud endpoint security service that it says uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to identify and thwart malware. Read on to learn how it works.