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MS, Intel, others form blockchain alliance

Large industry players team up to develop standards and technology to make it easier for enterprises to use blockchain code Ethereum.

Software

Is education digital yet?

Challenges include accessibility, availability, backup and storage and security, says Veeam.

Security

Free software can cost companies

Employees must understand the risks and not install software without approval, warns Securicom.

Security

Connecting the untethered employee

The "bring your own technology" movement promises to deliver many benefits, yet it also introduces new considerations and complexities, says Networks Unlimited.

Security

CyberArk advances insider threat detection

The CyberArk Privileged Account Security Solution automatically detects and alerts on high-risk privileged activity during user sessions and enables rapid response to in-progress attacks.

Security

Confessions of a 'hacker'

There are two types of companies - the ones that take the right actions to reduce their chances of having data breaches and those that don't, says BMC.

Security

How the behaviours of people affect cybersecurity

Forcepoint research shows understanding people's behaviours and intent critical to future of cybersecurity – but significant gaps exist.

Security

Westcon-Comstor partners redefine security performance

Vendor partner Palo Alto Networks has expanded its range of next-generation firewall devices with new hardware and virtual appliances.

Reuters

Bug causes Cloudflare personal data leak

A bug in its software left hundreds of thousands of Web pages hosted by Cloudflare leaking encrypted personal data.



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