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Google Claims MasterCard Data Deal Doesn’t Violate Privacy Rights

Google says its Store Sales Measurement program allows advertisers to see how well their online ads are performing using aggregated and highly-anonymized data.
Jordan Kasper Defense Digital Service

How the Department of Defense Is Using Open Source

At the Open Source Summit, Jordan Kasper of the Defense Digital Service outlined why it makes sense for the Department of Defense and other U.S. government agencies to embrace the open-source model.
Daily Tech Briefing Sept. 4, 2018

Computer Screens Emit Sounds That Enable Eavesdropping VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Researchers discover that computer screens emit sounds that reveal data, and BlackBerry cuts features and lowers the KEY2 LE handset price to lure buyers.
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eWEEK's Top Security Vendor Methodology

Here's how the top companies get rated here on eWEEK.
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Trend Micro Reports Nearly 10 Fold Increase in Cryptojacking Attacks VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Cryptojacking attacks growing rapidly, Trend Micro reports; Pivot3 unveils hyperconverged infrastructure for the rugged edge.
Jim Zemlin OSS 2018

The Linux Foundation Set to Improve Open-Source Code Security VIDEO

VIDEO: At the Open Source Summit, Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of the Linux Foundation explains how the Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII) for improving open-source code security is moving forward.
Window Snyder Open Source Summit

What Developers Can Do to Improve Cyber-Security

At the Open Source Summit, Window Snyder, chief security officer at Intel, explains why fear is not a good motivator for improving cyber-security and provides insight into how to improve software defenses.
Greg Kroah-Hartman Meltdown Spectre

Linux Kernel Developer Criticizes Intel for Meltdown, Spectre Response

At the Open Source Summit North America, one of the world's leading Linux kernel developers took issue with Intel's initial disclosure of the Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities.
Audio Screen Data Capture

Researchers Discover Computer Screens Emit Sounds that Reveal Data

NEWS ANALYSIS: Using a computer version of synesthesia, researchers demonstrate a new vulnerability present in most flat-panel monitors that can reveal contents to a remote party.
Mark Shuttleworth Canonical Ubuntu Linux

How Canonical Is Improving Ubuntu Linux Security VIDEO

VIDEO: Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical and Ubuntu Linux, discusses a recent cryptojacking attack and efforts his company is taking to secure users and applications.
Trend Micro midyear 2018

Cryptojacking Attacks Growing Rapidly, Trend Micro Reports

Trend Micro's 2018 midyear security report finds that ransomware attack volume is growing slowly, while cryptojacking continues to escalate.
August 2018 Monthly Video Recap

Defending Against 'Foreshadow' Intel CPU Attacks: What You Need to Do VIDEO

JULY RECAP VIDEO: Just because there are updates available that fix Foreshadow flaw doesn’t mean you’re protected. There are other steps that must also be taken.

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