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New software aims to expose mobile malware by monitoring a device's memory usage.
The Obama administration yesterday declassified part of its plan for making cyberspace more secure, a move meant to foster greater co-operation between government and civilian groups in an area of increasing urgency.
HRS works with OmniPerception and BAE Systems to develop further applications for 3D facial recognition technology
Scott Charney, jefe de seguridad de Microsoft, ha aprovechado su presencia en la conferencia RSA 2010 para proponer un impuesto que ayude a luchar contra la ciberdelincuencia.
Google, PayPal, Equifax and others announced today at the RSA Conference in San Francisco that they are working together to build trust in online identity management through an alliance known as the Online Identity Exchange (OIX).
A significant new factor regarding NexentaStor 3.0 is that it is the first storage software to offer inline deduplication at the gateway for Tier 1 storage, CEO Evan Powell told eWEEK.
The most common digital security technique used to protect both media copyright and Internet communications has a major weakness, University of Michigan computer scientists have discovered.
A system that can more effectively detect possible cyber security attacks within large organizations - including government agencies -- is being developed with the assistance of the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory.