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IPhone vulnerabilities still an issue for Apple, FBI

More fallout from the Apple/FBI conflict: The second iPhone suit was dropped; the FBI can't provide details of a tool used to unlock the San Bernardino shooter's phone.


PCI DSS 3.2 adds new multifactor authentication requirement

PCI DSS 3.2 marks the start of refining the payment data regulations, rather than minor changes, and includes requirements to strengthen encryption and multifactor authentication.


The blank check approach to cybersecurity budgets

An unlimited cybersecurity budget may sound like a dream, but in reality it could do more harm than good for an enterprise. Expert Mike O. Villegas explains.


Understanding cloud application lifecycle management tools

The OneOps cloud application lifecycle management tool helps organizations regain control of cloud deployments and prevent vendor lock-in. Expert Rob Shapland explains how.

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