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Accellion, Inc., the leading provider in private cloud content collaboration, today announced that it has been positioned for the third consecutive year in the "Leaders" sector of the 2016 Aragon Research Globe™ for Mobile Content Management report.
Accellion, Inc., a provider in private cloud content collaboration, announced kiteworks is now a certified solution in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. Azure users can now choose kiteworks to access and collaborate on files internally and externally from the web, a desktop or mobile device.
The Associated Press and two other news organizations sued the FBI on Friday to learn who the government paid and how much it spent to hack into an iPhone in its investigation into last year’s San Bernardino terrorist attack.
While six Democratic senators were beseeching President Obama in a letter to make cybercrime a priority at this weekend's Group of 20 Summit in China, SWIFT was sending a letter of its own to clients alerting them to additional attacks on member banks.
Accellion, a provider of private-cloud solutions for secure file sharing and collaboration, has announced several new, powerful security features in the kiteworks content platform that further enable companies to keep their critical enterprise data secure, while extending compliance with rigorous industry requirements.
This year an estimated 274.6 million wearable electronic devices will be sold worldwide, according to Gartner research. By next year, 30 percent of these wearables will be of the kind that is invisible to the naked eye. It is no surprise, therefore, that wearables security is a going concern for enterprise IT.
Accellion, a provider of private cloud solutions for secure file sharing and collaboration, is introducing new data loss prevention (DLP) and antivirus (AV) capabilities for its secure content platform, kiteworks, to help enterprises keep their critical enterprise data secure while extending compliance with industry requirements.
A hacker claims to have 655,000 patient records allegedly obtained by hacking into three separate healthcare databases and is selling those patient records on the dark web marketplace, according to a report originally published by news site DeepDotWeb.
The European Union and U.S. agreed to changes to the Privacy Shield pact that officials hope will appease privacy concerns raised by privacy regulators. The agreement was sent to member states of the European cooperative on Friday and a vote on the changes is expected in early July.
The European Commission has finally wrapped up a new deal with the U.S. for companies to transfer data across the Atlantic. After weeks of back and forth between Europe and the U.S., Justice Commissioner’s Věra Jourová’s negotiators received a thumbs-up from their American counterparts in the early hours of Friday — just hours before the results of the British EU referendum would shock the Continent.
Almost lost among the deluge of new features in the upcoming version of iOS Apple touted last week was the company's announcement about privacy. "All this great work in iOS 10 would be meaningless to us if it came at the expense of your privacy," Craig Federighi, Apple's senior vice president for software engineering, told attendees at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Two separate hacker groups have breached the servers and compromised the computer network of the US Democratic National Committee (DNC), and have been reading emails, chats, and have exfiltrated documents containing opposition research on Republican Party presidential candidate Donald Trump.
For credit unions, security isn't just about protecting the vault. It's about shielding sensitive information from determined, increasingly innovative cybercriminals, who continuously probe external defenses and devices.
Government cybersecurity effectiveness ranks last among major industries. This is understandable given the fact the Government’s IT infrastructure is antiquated and therefore more susceptible to data breaches. Last year’s revelation that the US Office of Personnel Management had been breached, exposing the Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of more than 22 million government employees, highlights the risk from neglecting cybersecurity.
The US Federal Reserve was breached 50+ times between 2011 and 2015, including several instances of espionage likely carried out by nation-state hackers. The United States’ central bank is a high-value target, given the Fed's role in setting interest rates and its influence on global financial markets. Insider information for instance would benefit China and Russia, which hold a significant chunk of the US’ $13.8 trillion federal debt.
According to a report from the US Governmental Accountabilty Office, major governmental agencies including the Department of Defense, Treasury Department and the Social Security Administration have been using IT systems that are up to 50 years old. These are handling important functions related to taxpayer information, federal prisoners, military veterans and nuclear programs—and they’re deeply vulnerable to attack.
The United States Government Accountability Office has released a report showing the dire state of the US Government's IT infrastructure. One of the revelations is that the Pentagon appears to be controlling its nuclear and ballistic arms using an IBM computer from the 1970s, showing it's age by the fact that it uses eight inch floppy disks that can store about 80kb each.
Just a few days after Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) chastised House leadership for refusing to bring a "backdoor" National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) amendment to the floor for a vote, the California representative took aim at Congress's personal cyber hygiene in a letter penned with Sen. Will Hurd (R-Texas).
Enterprise content is growing at an exponential rate, and files are being stored in a wide variety of places, including Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platforms, such as Microsoft SharePoint, Documentum and OpenText as well as public cloud storage solutions, like Box and Google Drive. Making this content accessible to users across devices presents challenges for most enterprise organisations.