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DAILY VIDEO: Two Canadian banks report breaches exposing customer data, and Google and AT&T will offer a new connectivity option for cloud customers.
The open-source Helm project is now its own stand-alone project in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, providing a package management system for deploying applications into a Kubernetes cluster.
MAY RECAP VIDEO: The public blockchain that’s at the core of crypto-currency and the internet’s “WHOIS” domain name identification function may run afoul of the EU’s GDPR data privacy regulations.
An encryption feature available with Google Pixel 2 smartphones ensures even an attacker with highly-privileged access to a mobile device won’t be able to access data.
DAILY VIDEO: The FBI recommends router reboots to limit the VPNFilter malware risk, and Microsoft invests in deep learning to improve image search results.
Bromium updates its micro virtual machine-based security platform to make it easier to secure organizations from email and web threats.
A report to the president from the departments of Commerce and Homeland Security reveals gaps in the fight against distributed attacks and calls on the industry to do more.
Modern bank heists involve a variety of tools and techniques, including ransomware and non-malware attacks, a Carbon Black report on cyber-attacks in the financial sector finds.
CERN operates one of the largest OpenStack clouds in the world and had to reboot its entire cloud to patch for the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Enterprises can potentially eliminate a lot of complexity and pain if they follow Microsoft’s lead and establish the European’s Union’s General Data Protection Regulation as a global data privacy standard.
The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's Simplii Financial division and the Bank of Montreal both reported that they were contacted by hackers who alleged they stole data on at least 90,000 customers.