For the second straight year Black Book Market Research rated Digital Guardian the highest in threat detection and prevention solutions by healthcare client survey respondents.
A set of vulnerabilities dubbed "EFAIL" affect encryption standards like PGP and S/MIME and could reveal the plaintext of encrypted emails sent in the past.
Apple has reportedly begun removing apps from the App Store that share location data with third parties but fail to obtain a user's consent.
The FBI said this week that Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams in 2017 resulted in a loss of $675M, a big jump from the year prior, when they were responsible for a loss of $360M.
A significant portion of an infosec pro's workweek is devoted to keeping up with all things cyber, from new threats to new tools. Following influencers on their blogs, social media, and other online presences helps us stay up-to-date with the latest in infosecurity.
Digital Guardian is excited to partner with Microsoft to offer an integrated data protection solution.
Amazon followed in Google's footsteps this week in banning domain fronting, a technique that allows app and site developers to evade censorship.
A Chrome extension has been removed from Google's webstore that was found spreading through Facebook, stealing passwords and cryptocurrency.
Zero days, cyber takedowns and more -- catch up with the week's infosec news with this roundup!
Attackers used a BGP leak to trick users and steal $150,000 in cryptocurrency on Tuesday.
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