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RSA 2016: Interview with Patrick Sweeney at Dell Security

SC Magazine Associate Editor Teri Robinson talks cybersecurity with Dell Security Vice President of Product Management and Marketing Patrick Sweeney.

SCVIDEO: Malwarebytes receives $50M funding

Malwarebytes received a $50 million Series B funding round from Fidelity Management and Research Co.

Anthony Grieco Trust and security go hand in hand

Anthony Grieco with Cisco Security and Trust Organization talks about how trust and security go hand in hand.

Steven Durbin: Security, risk a popular duo in 2016

Steve Durbin, managing director of the Information Security Forum, told SCMagazine.com that 2016 is the year that organizations and individuals become aware of fact that when they're operating in cyber space, they're managing risk.

Hilary Wandall :'Unprecedented uncertainty' since overturn of Safe Harbor on Oct. 6

Hilary Wandall :'Unprecedented uncertainty' since overturn of Safe Harbor on Oct. 6

"It leaves us all in a place of really unprecedented uncertainty," said Hilary Wandall, associate vice president, compliance and chief privacy officer of Merck, speaking at SC Congress NY 2015 on Tuesday, Oct. 20.

Miller Newton: Encryption complicated, misunderstood but necessary

Miller Newton: Encryption complicated, misunderstood but necessary

Encryption is complicated and "pretty misunderstood," Miller Newton, president and CEO at PKWare, told SCMagazine.com Monday at a National Cyber Security Association conference held at Nasdaq.

SCNY: security of IoT with Becky Bace

SCNY: security of IoT with Becky Bace

Becky Bace, chief strategist for the Center for Forensics, Information Technology and Security with the University of South Alabama, chats about securing the Internet of Things.

SCNY: social engineering with Bruce McCulley

SCNY: social engineering with Bruce McCulley

Reporter Ashley Carman chats with Bruce McCulley at SC Congress New York about social engineering and how to keep users safe while still facilitating their work.

Michael Kaiser of National Cyber Security Alliance: IoT exploding, industry has opportunity to secure

Michael Kaiser of National Cyber Security Alliance: IoT exploding, industry has opportunity to secure

The number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices is poised to be catapulted into the stratosphere over the next couple of years and the security industry has great opportunity to secure them, according to Michael Kaiser, executive director of the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA).

Consumers need to up password security: Darren Guccione of Keeper Security

Consumers need to up password security: Darren Guccione of Keeper Security

Darren Guccione, CEO and Co-Founder of Keeper Security,(right) and SCMagazine.com Sr. Reporter Adam Greenburg.

Paul Kurtz, former WH cybersecurity advisor turned security exec stresses info sharing

Paul Kurtz, CEO of TruSTAR Technology and former cybersecurity advisor to the White House, discusses the federal government's cybersecurity problems, in the wake of the data breaches at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM).

Black Hat 2015: Onapsis CTO JP Perez demonstrates Oracle, SAP attack vectors

In this video, JP Perez, CTO at Onapsis, demonstrates attacks to Oracle EBusiness apps and abuse of Oracle's JD Edwards protocols.

Black Hat 2015: Vulnerabilities in the first half of 2015

To stay on top of the threat posed by vulnerabilities, researchers with Secunia have taken a look at bugs and related trends from Jan. 1 to July 31. Among the findings: so far 9,225 vulnerabilities have been identified, 15 of which are zero-day vulnerabilities.

Black Hat 2015: Researcher exploits Android bug to take complete control of device

In this video, Avi Bashan, technology leader at Check Point, explains the issue and demonstrates exactly what an attacker can do if they successfully exploit the bug.