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Security software has to develop and improve quickly in order to stay ahead of those who want to break the law. Our security software news email will keep you informed of all of the latest developments. Security has always been an issue that has been on the agenda of IT managers, programmers and individual computer users. Breaches of security range from the benign through to the sinister and malicious events that result in theft, fraud and destruction of data. Some of the most common types of security software used to protect against these threats include antivirus software, firewall software, and software used to remove spyware and other types of malicious code. Makers of security software are also dealing with new technologies. This means working out ways to protect things like mobile devices, the Internet of Things, and products and services in the virtual reality and augmented reality fields. Whatever your interest is in security software news, our tailored email will deliver the information that you need. You get it once a day; delivered straight to your inbox, as a simple and easy to use digest.

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Your Weekly Recommendations Saturday, February 25, 2017
 
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CloudBleed: Should You Reset Your Passwords?
Fortune Magazine • David Z. Morris
How to Use Automation to Improve Your Cloud Security Posture
DZone • Tim Armstrong
High-risk, high-expense security for celebrities plagued by stalkers
CBS News • Greg Fisher
Google releases details of unpatched Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge vulnerabilty
BetaNews • Mark Wilson
'CloudBleed' leak compromises passwords for services including Uber, FitBit, and OKCupid
The Week • Bonnie Kristian
$10,000 No False Positive Guarantee
DZone • Tom Smith
Robert Konieczny uses drawbridge to create ark-like house on a steep Polish hillside
Dezeen • Alyn Griffiths
Security News This Week: The Latest Netflix Release Is a Personal Security Check-Up
Wired • Lily Hay Newman
Microsoft launches facility to fight cybercrime in Latin America
Venture Beat • Paul Sawers
4 Ways To Protect Your Business Against Security Breaches
Business 2 Community • Jacqueline Cao
 
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CloudBleed: Should You Reset Your Passwords?
Fortune MagazineDavid Z. Morris
On Thursday, news emerged about a bug that has potentially exposed sensitive user and security data from millions of sites using CloudFlare, a web routing and security service. While the problem is now fixed, data was leaking for several months, and some...
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Security Software & Services
How to Use Automation to Improve Your Cloud Security Posture
DZoneTim Armstrong
Discover how to protect your applications from known and unknown vulnerabilities. Automating security processes and workflows can help teams lower Mean Time To Resolution (MTTR), maintain or strengthen an organization’s security posture, and drive operational efficiency. Sounds pretty good, right? In our...
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Security Software & Services
High-risk, high-expense security for celebrities plagued by stalkers
CBS NewsGreg Fisher
“48 Hours” and correspondent Erin Moriarty investigate the horrors of stalking and how CBS’ “NCIS” star Pauley Perrette is fighting to change the laws to protect victims in a special two-hour broadcast,“Stalked,” airing Saturday, Feb. 25, at a special time, 9-11 p.m....
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Microsoft Corp, Publishing Industry
Google releases details of unpatched Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge vulnerabilty
BetaNewsMark Wilson
Not content with publishing details of an unpatched Windows bug, Google has now gone public with a security vulnerability in both Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer. Going under the description of "Type confusion in HandleColumnBreakOnColumnSpanningElement", the bug has the potential to allow...
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Security Software & Services
'CloudBleed' leak compromises passwords for services including Uber, FitBit, and OKCupid
The WeekBonnie Kristian
A security breech dubbed "CloudBleed" because of its link to cybersecurity company Cloudflare compromised some 3,400 websites, including popular services like Uber, FitBit, and OKCupid. News of the bug broke Thursday and Friday after it was discovered by a Google researcher named...
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Security Software & Services
$10,000 No False Positive Guarantee
DZoneTom Smith
Waratek, a pioneer in the next generation of application security solutions, announced a new false positive guarantee tied to the Waratek Application Security Platform. For every instance of a false positive generated for the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Top Ten,...
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Construction, Security Software & Services
Robert Konieczny uses drawbridge to create ark-like house on a steep Polish hillside
DezeenAlyn Griffiths
A drawbridge provides access to this angular house perched on a hillside in southern Poland, which architect Robert Konieczny designed to close up completely when not in use. The architect behind the 2016 World Building of the Year – a museum that...
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Security Software & Services, Technology Industry
Security News This Week: The Latest Netflix Release Is a Personal Security Check-Up
WiredLily Hay Newman
It wouldn’t be 2017 without regular internet-shaking security bugs fueling our nightmares. The crisis >du jour? a flaw in the internet infrastructure company Cloudflare that caused random data leakage from some of the company’s six million customer sites. Brush your teeth and...
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Security Software & Services
Microsoft launches facility to fight cybercrime in Latin America
Venture BeatPaul Sawers
Image Credit: REUTERS/Lucy Nicholso Microsoft has announced a new initiative aimed at selling its cybersecurity smarts to public sector bodies across Latin America. The Cybersecurity Engagement Center, located in Mexico, represents part of a growing push by Microsoft to position itself as...
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Security Software & Services
4 Ways To Protect Your Business Against Security Breaches
Business 2 CommunityJacqueline Cao
According to USA Today, 43% of businesses have experienced a data breach while eSecurity Planet reports that 74% of companies that actually had a data breach were completely unaware. It’s imperative to protect your company against security breaches since hackers may attempt...
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