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The Oracle July Critical Patch Update is the largest ever for the technology giant, which fixed 308 flaws across its software portfolio.
Nearly half of firms have encountered spyware, according to Cisco’s semi-annual cyber-security report.
Cisco's midyear 2017 cyber-security report reveals both positive and negative trends about the current state of the industry, among them the decline of exploit kits and the challenges of securing cloud infrastructures and mobile devices.
Among the updates issued by Apple this month is one for the Broadpwn bug that was already patched by Google in the July Android update.
NEWS ANALYSIS: As more toys and recreational devices are directly or indirection connected to the internet of things, security threats rise, the Federal Bureau of Investigation warns.
The company launches a program that fast-tracks Operations Management Suite deployments for electrical grid operators.
While one-in-five companies have experienced a data breach caused by an ex-employee, most firms still do not focus on shutting down access to former workers.
New research from security firm IOActive discovers that an attacker could take remote control of a hoverboard, placing the rider at risk.
New iteration of SIEM platform provides an enhanced user interface to help make it easier for security analysts to handle incident response and investigations.
After working in stealth for three years, the security startup debuts with an adaptive threat protection platform for container workloads.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The new real-time encryption feature IBM is offering with it Z series mainframes should help overcome corporate resistance to implementing system-wide data encryption.
DAILY VIDEO: Verizon won't be the last to leave data exposed in the cloud; a mobile market report suggests Apple will price the latest iPhones at $1,200; Workday believes the time has come for a PaaS deployment; and there's more.