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DDoS protection biz Incapsula knackers its customers’ websites

An unwelcome PITSTOP Glitches at distributed denial-of-service mitigation biz Incapsula left the websites it defends offline twice on Thursday. Incapsula blamed "connectivity issues" for the global...

OpenSSL flaw disclosure: Right thought, wrong time

Tech has plenty of holy wars -- Windows vs Linux, emacs vs vi, and Perl vs Python, to name a few -- and security...

Google says it won’t Google jurors in upcoming Oracle API copyright...

Shawn Collins It was just days ago when the federal judge presiding over the upcoming Oracle v.Google API copyright trial said he was concerned that...

CVE bug system has bugs – quick, use this alternative, say...

Allege critical software vulns ignored in huge backlog Frustrated security professionals acting on behalf of equally irritated researchers unable to gain Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures...

2016 Security 100: 20 Coolest Web And Application Security Vendors

Coolest Web And Application Security Vendors There's been a lot of talk in the security industry about the death of the perimeter, as protection technologies...

Google Offers Tool to Help Evaluate Vendor Security

The vendor security evaluation framework provides questions that organizations need to ask to accurately assess a third-party's security and privacy readiness, Google said. Google has...

eWEEKchat March 9: Is Data-Centric Security the Future?

This will be a particularly timely eWEEKchat conversation on how security is moving ahead in the nascent IoT age. On Wednesday, March 9, at 11...

DataVisor Debuts User Analytics for Security

VIDEO: Yinglian Xie, CEO and co-founder of DataVisor, discusses her firm's new technology that makes use of unsupervised analytics to combat online fraud. There is...

Secret court approves classified rule change on how FBI can use...

On Tuesday, The Guardian reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has changed its rules regarding how it redacts Americans’ information when it...

ThreatStream Changes Name To Anomali, Adds New Products

The security vendor formerly known as ThreatStream used the RSA conference in San Francisco as a launching platform for its new name, Anomali. "Anomali is...

Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity redefines next generation UTM firewalls

In data transmission, bandwidths in the Gigabit range call for new IT security solutions.This applies in particular to traditional unified threat management (UTM) firewalls,...

Security Training for Developers Failing to Keep Up With Threats

NEWS ANALYSIS: Multiple speakers at the RSA conference said developers alone are not to blame for the current state of cyber-security in which threats...