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While bad actors continue to ravage personal and business information worldwide, the infosec sector is responding. At the recent RSA 2018 conference, security experts from all over the globe were witness to new ideas and services that either are already in the market or are soon to become available....
Sophos augments its security portfolio with an enhanced email security service that protects users against threats and also helps to improve email integrity and authenticity.
DAILY VIDEO: A new Facebook data sharing scandal could result in misguided regulation, and Motorola's Moto Z3 Play smartphone is coming to Sprint and U.S. Cellular.
A new release of Untangle's firewall platform benefits from a shift to a newer version of the Debian Linux operating system as the base.
NEWS ANALYSIS: U.S. Rep. Ted Lieu reintroduces a bill that would prohibit states and localities from creating their own rules about encryption as well as preventing them from banning encryption.
VIDEO: Marty Roesch, Chief Architect of Cisco's Security Business Group, talks about what's next for the open-source Snort intrusion protection platform and why he's still excited to work at Cisco.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW: Security startup Flashpoint provides Business Risk Intelligence (BRI) software and services in a cloud-available, subscription package.
Security startup Flashpoint provides high-level Business Risk Intelligence (BRI) software and services.
NEWS ANALYSIS: An apparent lack of transparency by Facebook could bring new regulations to technology companies whether they’re needed or not as Congress reacts to fears of Chinese spying on U.S. citizens.
Symantec is updating its Network Security for the Cloud Generation offering with web isolation, endpoint protection and SD-WAN features.
Verizon is making threat intelligence from its own network and security operations available via a new Threat Intelligence Platform service that integrates with the Anomali Threat Platform.
The average bug bounty awarded on the Bugcrowd platform has risen by 73 percent over the past year, as researchers are finding a larger volume of more severe flaws.