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  • Hear the ghostly hums of Antarctica’s biggest ice shelf - CNET
  • Barack Obama doesn't care about Pokemon - CNET
  • Orange Is The New Black will end after season 7 - CNET
  • Sean Bean is tired of dying in movies, now he's going to die in a video game - CNET
  • Facebook reportedly believes spammers were behind massive hack - CNET
  • MoviePass parent under investigation for allegedly misleading investors - CNET
  • eBay sues Amazon over alleged poaching of sellers - CNET
  • Here's what photos from the Red Hydrogen One camera look like - CNET
  • 2019 BMW X7 is big in every way - Roadshow
  • Samsung carves faster processors with new, sharper light scalpel - CNET
  • Adobe Moving Stills tech adds 3D camera motion to still photos - CNET
  • Marvel's Daredevil actors prepare us for season 3's descent into darkness - CNET
  • Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren want Amazon to explain anti-union video - CNET
  • The strangest Black Friday deals of all time - CNET
  • How Venom's visual effects goo stuck to Tom Hardy - CNET
  • Hulu adds a Night Mode to go easy on your eyes - CNET
  • The Kid Who Would Be King movie trailer needs more Patrick Stewart - CNET
  • VW's next matrix lights could project information onto the road - Roadshow
  • Iconic Abrams tank gets a high-tech upgrade - CNET
  • Facebook accused of misleading advertisers, then trying to hide it - CNET
  • You can now buy a 1,000-hp Camaro from your Chevrolet dealer - Roadshow
  • Uber brings app safety features to more drivers and riders - CNET
  • Chrome 70 makes auto-login optional following pressure over privacy - CNET
  • We break down what 5G will really be like (The 3:59, Ep. 475) - CNET
  • New shows and movies on Hulu: November 2018 - CNET
  • Dark Reading Daily
    eWeek

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  • Apple Rolls Out GDPR-like Features for U.S. Users
  • Dell Virtustream Enterprise Cloud: Product Overview and Insight
  • McAfee Extends Mvision Security Platform with EDR, Cloud Protection
  • Google Shutting Down Consumer Version of Google+
  • ShieldX Integrates Intention Engine Into Elastic Security Platform
  • State of Sales Report: Tech Can Help Meet Rising Customer Expectations
  • IT Science Case Study: Giving Staff Device Control Yet Keeping Tight Security
  • Abandoned Projects Leave Companies 'Behind the 8-Ball' on Mobility
  • Google's Latest Pixel 3 Smartphones Coming Oct. 18
  • GitHub Releases New Workflow Tools, 'Octoverse' Report
  • Arm Builds the Neoverse for Cloud, Edge Computing
  • Zoom Expands Communications Platform With End-to-End Features
  • Trend Micro Converges EDR, Endpoint Security Protection in Apex One
  • Microsoft Makes Patent Pledge as Part of Plan to Embrace Linux
  • DMARC Email Security Adoption Soars as US Government Deadline Hits
  • Application Modernization: What Is It and How to Get Started
  • Now That the Disaster Has Moved On, What's Next?
  • IBM Opens Up Series of Security, AI and Cloud Initiatives
  • How to Build a Successful, Secure Cloud-based Voting System
  • Microsoft Repairs, Rereleases Windows 10 October Update
  • CyberArk Brings Privileged Session Manager to the Cloud
  • Why Supply Chain Security a Serious Enterprise Problem
  • Seven Industries Being Transformed by Geospatial Information Systems
  • Ubuntu 18.10 Brings Cosmic Cuttlefish to the Linux Desktop
  • Facebook Revises Data Breach Impact Downward, Provides New Details
  • Google+ Updated for Enterprise Users as Consumer Version Shuts Down
  • Symantec Adds Workload Assurance Tools to Cloud Security Portfolio
  • How MarkLogic Data Hub Service Makes Mass Data Useful
  • PC Market Holds Steady, but CPU Shortages a Concern, Analysts Say
  • Microsoft Upgrades Surface Line With More Powerful Machines
  • Global Security Finance
    IDG Connect

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  • 5 Important Questions to Ask Before You Renew Your Existing Backup Software
  • Ransomware: Four Ways to Protect Data Now
  • Worldpay Consumer Behaviour and Payments Report 2016
  • Keys to Business Success with All-Flash Storage
  • Machine Learning: The New Proving Ground for Competitive Advantage
  • A Strategic Timeline for Next-Generation ERP
  • 3 Reasons Why Business Continuity Management Should be Part of your Data Breach Response
  • Harnessing the Potential of SAP HANA with IBM Power Systems
  • The Roadmap to a Better Customer Experience
  • Your Guide to Building Great Apps
  • Top 3 Differences between Enterprise and Consumer Clouds
  • Preparing computer science students for graduation
  • BARC Score Business Intelligence
  • IDC: 4 Real Business Benefits of Server Refreshes
  • 5 Important Questions to Ask Before You Renew Your Existing Backup Software
  • The Future of Work: Modernizing Enterprise Applications with Sapho
  • Big Data Solutions
  • The Value Of Upgrading ERP
  • Micro-Segmentation Builds Security Into Your Data Center’s DNA
  • Data Breaches: Is Prevention Practical?
  • For the First Time, Architectural Choice for SAP Customers That Want to Move to HANA - Arabic
  • 10 Essential Questions About Website Security You Need to Ask Today
  • How Fortinet Security Fabric Addresses Today’s Top Security Concerns
  • Why Smart Organizations Maximize Application Performance 2016
  • How ransomware can hold your business hostage
  • Eliminating the Blind Spot: Rapidly Detect and Respond to the Advanced and Evasive Threat
  • A Mobile Security Checklist: The Top Ten Threats to Your Enterprise Today
  • The Total Economic Impact of Cisco TrustSec
  • AI, Analytics and the Future of Your Enterprise
  • Are Advanced Evasion Techniques Already Beating Your Network Defenses?
  • Information Week

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  • Physical security and the quest for interoperability
  • Information Shield

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    Security Week
    Security News Portal.com

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  • Hackers cause most data breaches but accidents by normal people arent far behind
  • These Bluetooth Hacks Can Steal Your Credit Card PIN
  • Butlins data hack up to 34000 guest details may have been stolen
  • At DEF CON 18 kids challenged to hack election results websites voting machines
  • At DEF CON 18 kids as young as 5 challenged to hack election results websites voting machines
  • How to DoHonly with Firefox
  • Making the cloud a safe space Organisational security identity and more
  • Lucy McHugh murder police make Facebook access request
  • Friends is the UKs most popular streaming show why do we still love it
  • Can you speedread these news stories
  • AI learns how to dribble and other technology news
  • Warning over satellite security bugs
  • Butlins says guest records may have been hacked
  • Gab users antiSemitic posts removed
  • Software supply chain attacks preventing and mitigating the next ransomware
  • SamSam Ransomware Attacks Net Creator $6M So Far
  • Even Golfers Arent Safe From Ransomware
  • Report PGA hit with ransomware attack on eve of major tournament
  • Alaska suburb recovering from ransomware declares disaster as it continues rebuilding systems
  • Flaws in ATM Dispenser Controllers Allowed Hackers to Steal Cash
  • This Guy Hacked Hundreds Of Planes From The Ground
  • AWS does a guff in a bucket and exposes GoDaddys dirty laundry
  • Education secretary urges tech industry to transform classrooms
  • A First Look at the North Korean Malware Family Tree
  • Iron Rain What Defines a Cyber Insurgency
  • The Need for Effective ThirdParty Risk Management in Financial Services
  • Phantom menace mobile banking Trojan modifications reach alltime high
  • Samsung unveils gamingfriendly Galaxy Note 9 to boost sales
  • Sacked SA govt CIO pleads guilty to fraud
  • CBA gets into debt over blockchain for World Bank
  • My Health Record optout formally extended
  • Got traffic Road data just became a hotly contested economic asset
  • Microsoft hints at software isolation chambers for Windows 10 Enterprise
  • USCERT warns of new RAT threat from North Korea
  • Nuix founder Castagna cops seven years jail sentence for offshore tax fraud
  • These are the 3 ways your WhatsApp messages can be hacked warn researchers
  • Butlins hack Up to 34000 guest records may have been accessed including names addresses and phone nu
  • TX MedSpring Urgent Care notifies 13000 patients after phishing attack
  • Arrested at airport as he was leaving for Serbia Hacker charged with hacking computer network of Bay
  • Stevenkings charged with creating Medusa IRC Botnet DDoS malware used against Bay Area companys webs
  • How Vermin RAT Spies Upon Ukrainian Government Agencies
  • What is ScreenX and is it worth paying for
  • Salted Hash Ep 42 Phishing AI
  • Microsoft looks at a Windows VM to sandbox rogue code
  • NCR patches ATM vulnerabilities
  • Understanding TRITON and the Missing Final Stage of the Attack
  • Black Hat 2018 With Healthcare Security Flaws Safetys Increasingly at Stake
  • Protect branding on the internet Business learns hard lesson after dropping domain
  • Feds vow Internet anonymity not a shield from justice
  • Organizations Need to Go Back to Cyber Basics Study Says
  • Security Magazine

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    The Heritage Foundation

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