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Cisco's acquisition of Splunk benefits Cisco's ongoing b shift towards more software and subscription-based services, but will cause churn in the market,
Have you updated your iPhone to iOS 17? You should check your privacy settings as they could reveal an unwanted and surprising change.
Citizen Lab alongside Google’s Threat Analysis Group, has uncovered a no-click zero-day exploit chain impacting iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch and Macs.
CrowdStrike hosted its Fal.Con 2023 conference this week in Las Vegas and announced a number of innovations for its platform—including its generative AI model, "Charlotte."
Apple has released iOS 17.0.1 and iPadOS 17.0.1 days after iOS 17 was launched, and for good reason: three security vulnerabilities are already being exploited.
The U.K. government is questioning social media companies about whether Russell Brand is able to monetize his content on their sites, sparking accusations of overreach.
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Orca released a new generative AI-based tool for asset discovery. and expands relationship with Google Cloud.
CyberArk and Accenture announced a new era in their partnership with Accenture including CyberArk Privilege Cloud to expand its privileged access management capabilities.
The former Check Point and Imperva cofounder raised $238 million to battle Palo Alto Networks in network security ahead of a targeted 2024 IPO.
Proxy disclosures reveal whether leadership is real, lacking or just for show.
Years in the making, the UK's Online Safety Bill has passed its final hurdles and is heading into law, to a very mixed reaction.
Major entities continually stumble in the face of persistent cyber threats, despite having abundant resources at their disposal.
This has long been a favoured topic of debate in cybersecurity circles, but in recent years, we have seen it break through into mainstream conversation.
The U.S. military hopes AI drone swarms will be able to work together to carry out offensive missions with little human input. A language called Droidish might be the key.