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F5 Networks is updating its SSL Orchestrator and Access Manager products as new research reveals that web application attacks cost organizations an average of $8 million.
DAILY VIDEO: IBM and Google give birth to the Knative serverless cloud project, and NIST is updating its recommendations for mobile app security.
The software uses NLP, machine learning and human knowledge to detect data gaps, ask high-value questions, and give recommendations based on industry intelligence and activities.
Also revealed at Google Cloud Next ’18: Updates including a cloud hosted hardware security module and two-factor authentication support via new hardware key.
Utility company partners and suppliers used as pathways to break into supposedly secure networks affecting hundreds of victims.
Officials with the chip maker said it was unlikely that Chinese regulators would OK the acquisition in light of the tensions between the countries.
Partnership focused on delivering new content analytics, information management and cloud-based machine-learning capabilities for organizations that want to do more with their data.
DAILY VIDEO: DNS rebinding vulnerabilities expose 496 million enterprise devices to risk, and Microsoft launches Azure File Sync for cloud-based file services.
The OneNote desktop client will now pause file synchronization operations when Windows slips into its power-saving mode.
eWEEK CASE STUDY: Otis Elevator is creating smarter buildings by using Internet of Things technology to monitor the health of its people-moving equipment to enable predictive maintenance and boost customer satisfaction.
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