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The 2017 Trustwave Global Security Report provides insight into the different approach attackers now use to breach systems. eWEEK looks at the highlights and lowlights of the report.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Records of nearly every voter in the U.S. were found unprotected on the internet, freely exposing sensitive personal data to anyone.
After first being available on iOS in November 2016, Mozilla is now debuting the new Firefox Focus on Android.
The IBM-sponsored Ponemon Institute Cost of a Data Breach Study reports its first-ever decline in the global average cost of a breach.
The identity vendor debuts a new software development kit to enable organizations to directly integrate strong authentication into native apps.
EXCLUSIVE: Online technology career site Dice was able to reduce the volume of fraudulent account activity to less than 5 percent by adopting anti-fraud machine learning technology.
The go-go years of laser printer sales may be gone forever, but HP says there are still many new use cases and market opportunities.
More than 90 percent of applications had unused code and 88 percent included vulnerable third-party libraries that leave websites open to cyber-attacks.
Automated Certificate Management Environment (ACME) is set to become an internet standard later this year.
FireEye report looks into the activities of the FIN10 cyber-extortion group that has been active since 2013, without using zero-day malware or ransomware to exploit victims.
CarData gives BMW customers the ability to share telematics data from their vehicles with third parties of their choice, which could be a local repair shop, parts distributor or insurance company.
DAILY VIDEO: Mac malware installs ransomware, spyware, security firms say; Illusive Networks tricks attackers with email data deceptions; Facebook reportedly rescues canceled MTV show for video business; and there's more.