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DAILY VIDEO: New laws needed for government access to cloud data, Google says; WannaCry ransomware blamed for Honda plant shutdown; Microsoft enlists AI in fight against tech support scams; and there's more.
European companies and government agencies report a widespread attack by the Petya ransomware program, which has been updated to use a leaked exploit to infect users’ systems.
The average bug bounty paid for a critical vulnerability in now $1,923, though there is significant variability across industries.
Security startup expands the capabilities of its Continuous Threat Detection offering as Industrial Control System attacks continue to grow.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Despite all the security industry reports of the growing ransomware problem in 2016, the FBI isn't seeing quite the same thing.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Despite the fact that the WannaCry worm should be relatively easy to prevent, it's still attacking companies around the world. Here are some things you can do.
WebView in Android O will incorporate features that better protect the host app against browser-based threats.
The Host Identity Protocol-based Identity-Defined Network approach gets additional capabilities to help enable PCI DSS compliance.
To level the playing field with shifty tech support scammers, Microsoft used artificial intelligence to root them out and alert the FTC.
A ransomware attack that first emerged in May continues to cause trouble around the world and likely will continue to do so for years to come.
A browser hijacking operation initially reported to have 250 million victims by security firm Check Point isn't quite that large, according to a new analysis by Microsoft.
The new security platform aims to go beyond API management to provide monitoring, attack detection and prevention capabilities.