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Company said it has has completely re-architected its user authentication flow into a modular and extensible service.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Reddit admits it was the victim of data breach in which employee accounts were hacked with a SMS two-factor authentication intercept.
Identity has become the cornerstone for enabling the multicloud world, which is why Cisco is bolstering its portfolio with Duo Security.
DAILY VIDEO: The NetSpectre attack could enable remote CPU exploitation, and Panasonic rolls out thinner Toughbook business handhelds.
Bromium is launching its new Protected App offering, which will help secure applications inside of a hardware-isolated virtualization hypervisor.
Ironscales is looking to mimic the analytical capabilities of human security analysts to help organizations automatically identify and remediate phishing attacks.
HP Inc. is teaming up with Bugcrowd for the initiative designed to award up to $10,000 to researchers who discover vulnerabilities in the company’s printers.
Containers are increasingly being used by companies to deliver and deploy applications in the cloud. Here are five steps that companies can take to secure containers before they are deployed.
By adding web authentication capabilities, Microsoft says it wants to bolster security for Edge browser users.
Ahead of the company's pending acquisition by AT&T, AlienVault is now adding endpoint detection capabilities based on the open-source Osquery project into the USM Anywhere platform.
DAILY VIDEO: Oracle brings autonomous security to identity with Trust Fabric, and Google embraces hybrid as a path to the future cloud.