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Inspired by Edge's anti-phishing technology, Microsoft releases the new Windows Defender Browser Protection extension for Google Chrome.
VIDEO: Ondrej Vlcek CTO of Avast explains the causes of the CCleaner security incident and shares best practices so other companies can avoid the same fate.
VIDEO: Cisco SVP discusses what companies are now buying and how they are making the transition from on-premises systems to hybrid cloud solutions.
DAILY VIDEO: DHS secretary says the U.S. will respond to nation-state cyber-attacks, and RSA Security President Rohit Ghai details cyber-security silver linings.
While established cyber-attack vectors, such as malware and ransomware, continue to be a challenge for IT security pros, a panel of experts at the SANS Institute detailed new and emerging threats.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A massive Russian-sponsored cyber-attack campaign is targeting routers, switches and other infrastructure devices to enable man-in-the-middle, espionage, hijacking and other attacks, according to U.S. and UK cyber-security authorities.
VIDEO: Attendees at the world's largest security conference are sending credentials in clear text and some are even crypto-currency mining.
Dirty secret No. 1: IT managers simply cannot identify nearly half (45 percent) of their organization’s network traffic. In fact, nearly 25 percent cannot identify a whopping 70 percent of their network traffic.
DAILY VIDEO: Cisco extends endpoint protection with advanced email security, and Windows 10's Sets feature brings tabbed apps to Microsoft Office.
At the RSA Conference 2018, Symantec reveals a potential iOS attack vector that Apple has already taken steps to mitigate.
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Microsoft is joined by the embattled social network and dozens of technology companies to help keep cyber-attackers at bay.
Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen delivered a pointed message during her keynote at the RSA Conference 2018 to nation-state cyber-attackers, warning them that there will be consequences if they attack the U.S.
Microsoft is using AI to help businesses protect their users and is leaning on Linux to help safeguard the internet of things.