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EXCLUSIVE: NeuVector is extending its deep packet inspection container firewall technology to provide data loss prevention capabilities, to help organizations mitigate the risk of personally identifiable data loss.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In a series of actions beginning in October and ending in mid-November 2018, the U.S. Cyber Command with help from the NSA shut down Russia’s troll farm.
Symantec is expanding its Integrated Cyber Defense (ICD) platform with new management and data exchange capabilities that enables organizations to gain better visibility and control over threat mitigation.
EXCLUSIVE: Capsule8 now integrates capabilities that meet multiple requirements of the PCI DSS data security standard, including file integrity monitoring, intrusion prevention and antivirus.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: In 2018, IBM X-Force monitored over 70 billion security events every day and from the data has now compiled its latest Threat Intelligence Index, providing insight into the attack landscape.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A series of nation-state attacks on DNS networks pose a threat to both government and enterprise computing networks and mean that immediate action may be necessary.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: McAfee's Mobile Threat Report 2019 provides insight into how mobile threats have changed over the past year, including a spike in the volume of fake apps and backdoor infections, led by Timpdoor.
EXCLUSIVE: Synopsys is bringing together multiple technologies into a new platform to help organizations improve code quality and security throughout the software development lifecycle.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: Mux, a video production SaaS and analytics company, needed to provide security and compliance for its container and Kubernetes-based environments across Google and Amazon clouds. StaxRox to the rescue.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Good and bad news: A lot of health-care organizations are still being hit by cybersecurity problems. The good news is that there are signs that they are better prepared for such incidents and are spending more money on security and staff training,
EXCLUSIVE: Imperva is building out Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP) technology that it gained via the 2018 acquisition of Prevoty, to help organizations detect network activity threats and weak cryptography at application runtime.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Attackers are constantly adjusting tactics in order to gain the upper hand and exploit users and organizations, but what were the key threats and trends of the past year?