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Flashpoint is adding new visibility for dark web account and card store data alongside an enhanced dashboard in an effort to deliver actionable intelligence that advances the state of security.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Machine learning and artificial intelligence can be hard terms to define, so how does this play into security product marketing? Are the terms being oversold--or undersold--to potential buyers? Here are some suggestions on what questions to ask security vendors.
VMware is including the Pod Security Policy capability, which is still considered to be a beta feature in the open-source Kubernetes cloud-native container orchestration project, as a supported component in its enterprise-grade Kubernetes platform.
Business Email Compromise scams continue to grow as one of the leading categories of internet fraud, though there is a glimmer of hope, as the FBI's efforts to recover assets are seeing some success.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: By 2023, Forrester is forecasting that the global market for cloud security solutions will reach $12.7 billion, as organizations across multiple sectors continue to deploy mission-critical workloads in the public cloud.
Google outlines the approach it has taken to mitigate risks from XSS web flaws by using Content Security Policy.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Facebook revises the impact of its March 2019 password disclosure security incident to include "tens of millions" of Instagram users, highlighting the continued challenges the social media giant faces to keep user information secure.
Oracle releases its second critical patch update set for 2019, patching a total of 297 issues spread across its software portfolio, though one issue in particular could be more critical for users to patch.
A nation-state backed group of attackers that Cisco Talos is identifying as Sea Turtle, have been actively exploiting domain name information, by going after domain registries for entire countries.