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FBI connects Sony Pictures hack to North Korean government

The investigative U.S. government agency said it found overlap between the malware and infrastructure used in the Sony Pictures hack and other North Korean operations.

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Surviving the Sony Pictures hack: Is the company's future in jeopardy?

News roundup: As it copes with a devastating, unprecedented cyberattack, Sony Pictures' future as a company could be on the line. Plus: "Operation Cleaver"; labeling HTTP websites "insecure"; and a surge in phishing with malicious links.

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Endpoint security fundamentals: The business case for antimalware protection

Expert Ed Tittel explains why all organizations, no matter their size, need to protect endpoints with antimalware products.

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Survey: Guest network security lacking at many businesses

According to WatchGuard, seven out of 10 restaurants, hotels and other businesses don't take the necessary steps to secure their guest Wi-Fi networks.

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    News roundup: As it copes with a devastating, unprecedented cyberattack, Sony Pictures' future as a company could be on the line. Plus: "Operation Cleaver"; labeling HTTP websites "insecure"; and a surge in phishing with malicious links.

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