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Microsoft is joined by the embattled social network and dozens of technology companies to help keep cyber-attackers at bay.
Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen delivered a pointed message during her keynote at the RSA Conference 2018 to nation-state cyber-attackers, warning them that there will be consequences if they attack the U.S.
Microsoft is using AI to help businesses protect their users and is leaning on Linux to help safeguard the internet of things.
The initiative involves the free distribution of Centrify software to election boards that includes multi-factor authentication and validation of device access for voters in their jurisdictions.
RSA Security President Rohit Ghai kicks off the 2018 RSA Conference with a positive message about the things that the cyber-security industry is getting right.
Docker releases a major update of its flagship Enterprise Edition, for the first time providing full commercial Kubernetes support.
An Accenture security report reveals that defenders are gaining ground on cyber-attackers, blocking more attacks than ever before.
DAILY VIDEO: Social media data regulation appears likely after Zuckerberg's testimony, and Sony is taking preorders for Xperia XZ2 smartphones.
Slated to go on sale globally in the summer of 2018, the handset has a larger screen and faster processor than its predecessor.
Sony is packing its Xperia X72 Premium smartphone with enough of the latest mobile components to allow it to compare favorably with the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy S9 Models.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Department of Commerce has announced an immediate ban on exports of electronic components, to Chinese communications equipment giant ZTE after violating U.S. trade sanctions.
New CRM capabilities enable customized data capture, data display and data validation based on how users, teams and organizations handle customer and business information.
Pricing for the new Xperia XZ2 and Xperia XZ2 Compact models, which were first shown at Mobile World Congress in February, will start at $650.
LG has confirmed that it will hold a media briefing on May 2 to introduce the G7 ThinQ, its next high-end Android smartphone. Market rumors indicate that it will be a big screen handset with an iPhone X-like notch at the top of its display.
REVIEW: The newest version of Apple’s iconic tablet offers features and capabilities that are starting to resemble the iPad Pro, including the ability to use the Apple Pencil.
Two Notebook 3 models and one Notebook 5 model are slated to be offered in Korea in April and in other select nations starting in Q2 2018.
Hybrid data management Actian developed the world’s fastest columnar analytics database and brings special data-centric IP to its new owners.
ThreatMetrix, which uses anonymized data from across 1.4 billion digital user identities to provide businesses with insight into the true digital identity of their customers, needed a way to do this better and faster.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is testifying this week before Congress; the time is right for a chat about personal information security online. Please join us April 11 for an #eWEEKchat about a direct influence on our lives.
The strategy was to develop a cloud-based solution that allows cross-company go-to-market business processes using access-based access control security method.
By using AI to tee up and streamline internal-request management, Spoke portends to provide a new way for line-of-business employees to manage and search for information at work and help teams be more productive.
One Medical had previously uated other security solutions and found they were difficult to deploy in their cloud-first technology stack. Signal Sciences eventually filled the need.
Cisco Systems demoed TelePresence 12 years ago, and it was impressive as mere HD. Now Prysm has 6K ultra-high definition, and the screen is much larger at 190 inches; the future of wall-size video systems has indeed arrived.
First Enterprise Bank needed a technology refresh to protect financial information and meet disaster recovery needs in the case of a natural disaster, because tornadoes and earthquakes are common threats in its region.
Despite efforts to boost security, critical parts of America’s voting infrastructure are still vulnerable to cyberattack.
Last September’s official restrictions have unleashed a wave of below-the-radar innovation.
Conservatives have to make the case to conservatives, and a growing number of them are.
People are copying pets to preserve a physical, and spiritual, connection to dead children.
Syrian refugees could regain legal identities that were lost when they fled their homes.
A Canadian hydropower operation put out the welcome mat for bitcoin miners. Shortly thereafter, it was overrun.
A cryptocurrency future sounds liberating. In reality, it would be a disaster for everybody.
Long after the training data has been deleted, the models can continue being improved and used to influence future voters.