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NEWS ANALYSIS: Google claims that it knew all along that an advertising purchase by a Washington-based watchdog group wasn’t really from the Russian Internet Research Agency, which is why it didn’t the block divisive ads.
Mozilla's latest web browser release provides new web standards support for developers, speed improvements on Windows and patches for nine security issues.
DAILY VIDEO: "Fileless" malware attacks are growing in number and sophistication, and Linux Torvalds says open source is the way to combat software complexity.
A Demisto-sponsored study found that security operations centers are largely overwhelmed by the volume of alerts, which is helping to drive demand and awareness for Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) technologies.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Two of three social media executives invited to testify at a Sept. 5 hearing of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence say they need more help to keep foreign interference in U.S elections at bay.
The new offering aims to help organizations predict how different technology and process changes will impact future cyber-risk.
IBM's X-Force Incident Response and Intelligence Services (IRIS) has identified sophisticated fileless attacks from a group known as FIN6, involving millions of unique credit cards.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Not all malware arrives on your computers as a virus or some other type of code secreted in a file, but instead manifests itself as a corruption of system services that make your operating system do the dirty work.
With an increasing number of hostile nations launching cyber-attacks against U.S. industries and critical infrastructure, cyber-security experts say it’s time for the government to provide more help to private business to help thwart these attacks.
Google says its Store Sales Measurement program allows advertisers to see how well their online ads are performing using aggregated and highly-anonymized data.
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 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.