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  • May 01, 2015 01 May'15

    Universal apps, holographic magic at Microsoft Build 2015

    At Microsoft Build 2015, the software giant showed it's determined to do for mobile devices what it did for PCs -- only this time it's the services, not the OS, that it hopes will be the cash cow. Also in Searchlight: Salesforce fields takeover offers; Obama's emails hacked.

  • May 01, 2015 01 May'15

    Government cybersecurity flounders as cybersecurity bills pass House

    News roundup: Many believe the government should help avert cybersecurity woes, yet two House-approved cybersecurity bills are frowned upon. Plus: DDoS increase linked to IoT; Google password alert; 70% put networks at risk with undocumented changes.

  • April 29, 2015 29 Apr'15

    Port monitoring critical to detecting, mitigating attacks using SSL

    As SSL traffic increases, so inevitably will the number of attacks using it to hide. A session at RSA Conference 2015 explained why hackers love SSL, and how enterprises can defend against them.

  • April 28, 2015 28 Apr'15

    Despite benefits, skepticism surrounds bug bounty programs

    Some people think bug bounty programs are the answers to vulnerability woes, yet others remain skeptical of the negative impacts they present. RSA Conference panelists discussed both sides of one of today's hottest and most controversial IT topics.

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