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G Suite security faced similar issues to Amazon Web Services as misconfigured access permissions could have exposed sensitive information from hundreds of Google Groups.
Experts applaud Microsoft for clever use of a lawsuit to claim command and control server domains used by malicious Russian APT group Fancy Bear.
Cooperation between law enforcement from around the world led to the shutdown of AlphaBay and Hansa dark web markets and potential leads of illegal vendors.
News roundup: The Defending Digital Democracy project brings together security experts to tackle election security. Plus, government shake-ups could hit cybersecurity, and more.
As Symantec certificate authority scrambles to transition its certificate issuance operations to a subordinate certificate authority, the CA industry sharpens its knives.
Following a number of data leaks related to improper AWS S3 bucket policies, Amazon has begun sending warning emails to users with public permissions.
Symantec has agreed to a plan that would transfer its certificate issuance and validation operations to as-yet-unnamed third party partner starting Dec. 1.
Dow Jones becomes the latest organization to be affected by an AWS cloud data leakage due to misconfiguration and user error.
Google will use machine learning and automated peer review scans to improve Android app privacy and limit app permissions overreach.
News roundup: An AWS S3 bucket containing personal data of millions of Verizon customers was exposed to the public. Plus, DNC hack victims are suing the Trump campaign, and more.
Researchers found changes in malware behavior when Petya detected certain security products, but experts are unsure why these features might exist.
All organizations need to protect their endpoints from outside malware with antimalware products, which are essential to an enterprise-wide security strategy.
Expert Ed Tittel examines the top endpoint antimalware protection products for small, midsize and large enterprises and how they stack up against one another.
As Google and Mozilla prepare plans to reduce trust for Symantec's certificate authority, the antivirus vendor is reported to be seeking a buyer for its web certificate business.
Expert contributor Ed Tittel explores key criteria for evaluating endpoint security products to determine the best option for antimalware protection for your organization.
Learn about antimalware protection and how endpoint security technology can prevent malware from infecting end-user computers and corporate networks.
Client-side security takes the forefront in Microsoft's July 2017 Patch Tuesday, which includes a fix for legacy Windows NTLM authentication processes.
Jules Okafor discusses the skills gap in the cybersecurity industry, how better IT diversity could help, and what is needed to bring in more women and minorities.
Experts said the new Android Samba app from Google supported only unsafe SMBv1 despite susceptibility to WannaCry exploits and unclear demand from users.
Google to distrust all WoSign CA certificates in Chrome starting in September, as the troubled certificate authority passed a key audit and is seeking a new CEO to help return trust.