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Google says enterprises can confidently use its Cloud Platform services when the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect May 25.
Big ID won the 2018 Sandbox competition, which provides a barometer for trendy security approaches. Attendees watched 10 entrepreneurs pitching their wares on a 3-minute clock before a large audience and panel of tough judges.
The restaurant chain publicly discloses that it was the victim of a data breach that went undetected for two months, as security experts recommend continued vigilance for organizations to stay safe.
Security researchers detail a series of flaws in the widely deployed OpenPGP and S/MIME standards that could potentially enable an attacker to decrypt emails.
NEWS ANALYSIS: On the first anniversary of the 2017 WannaCry ransomware attack, what has changed and is WannaCry still a risk?
Two-factor authentication can minimize some password security risks, though KnowBe4 warns that hackers can use social engineering attacks to bypass the added protection.
Operating system vendors are pushing out updates to address a flaw in how a hardware debugging command has been implemented that could potentially expose users to risk.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In 2017, the IC3 received fewer complaints about ransomware than in 2016, though other reports found an increase in ransomware during the year. Where is the discrepancy?
DAILY VIDEO: Twitter advises users to reset passwords after bug discovery, and Windows 10 Redstone 5 revamps Screen Snip and Screen Sketch tools.
SafeBreach is continuing to grow its security testing and simulation platform to help organizations understand and improve security posture.
DAILY VIDEO: Facebook scandal sends Cambridge Analytica into bankruptcy, and a Google tool monitors cloud-hosted, on-premises Kubernetes clusters.