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GuardiCore simplifies micro-segmentation, the latest tools used to fight cyberattacks, and acquisition news from McAfee, Trend Micro, Barracuda Networks, and more enterprise security news! Enterprise News GuardiCore Advances Centra Platform To Simplify Micro-Segmentation – “Micro-segmentation is gaining traction to create software-defined security zones in clouds and data centers to isolate assets from one another and reduce risk. […]
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Michael Santarcangelo discusses platform security architecture, Kaspersky, the Cyber Peace Corps, and more with Jason Wood on this episode of Hack Naked News! News Kaspersky head says hack claims hurting US cybersecurity sales http://thehill.com/policy/cybersecurity/357587-kaspersky-head-says-hack-claims-hurting-us-cybersecurity-sales Note the importance of government actions (purchases, signals) Potential here for a company caught in political crossfire Bold action open source […]
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Android ransomware bypasses all AV programs, McAfee gets a fresh start, the CIA and WikiLeaks saga continues, and Wi-Fi sex toys are vulnerable (again) in this week’s Security News! Full Show Notes Subscribe to YouTube Channel Security Weekly Website Follow us on Twitter: @securityweekly http://traffic.libsyn.com/pauldotcom,pswonly/Pauls_Security_Weekly__508_-_Security_News_converted.mp3