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EFF, others urge NIST to develop stronger encryption

In a letter to NIST, privacy organizations and companies called for secure encryption standards.

DHS, FBI sound alert on holiday cyber scams

The FBI and Homeland Security's US-CERT team have both warned that online scams, taking advantage of the holiday shopping frenzy, will be plentiful this season.

International commission to create recommendations on internet governance

The 29-member Global Commission of Internet Governance Innovation features political leaders, global academics and business leaders that will explore pressing topics in the digital world.

Stuxnet-like espionage tool discovered by researchers

Experts at Symantec have come across a sophisticated cyber espionage tool that exhibits a rare complexity of features similar to past cyberespionage malware.

FOCUS: Cyber Threats

'DoubleDirect' MitM attack affects iOS, Android and OS X users

Security firm Zimperium detected attacks in the wild over the past six to eight months.

Product Reviews

Fortinet FortiDB 1000D

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The FortiDB 1000D is a hardware appliance that monitors, audits and identifies vulnerabilities in databases. There are three deployment options: network sniffer, native audit and network agents.

White Ops Advanced

Provides evidence-based bot and malware detection with high certainty, in real-time, on any browser-based web request.

Boldon James Classifier

Allows users to apply relevant visual and metadata labels.

Identity Finder Sensitive Data Manager

Sensitive Data Manager ties discovery to business issues making classification easier and more relevant.

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PCI 3.0: The good, the changes and why it's not ugly

PCI 3.0: The good, the changes and why it's not ugly

The primary challenge to secure payment card data is that too many involved see the PCI DSS as a panacea for every risk in the marketplace.

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