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  • There's no apocalypse Saturday, but there is reason to worry - CNET
  • Google's $1 billion HTC deal is too much for my emotions - CNET
  • Weekend Streaming: 'Ghosted' hits Twitter before official premiere - CNET
  • iPhone 8, 8 Plus go on sale around the world - CNET
  • iPhone 8, 8 Plus draw Apple fans at launch despite X holdouts - CNET
  • Researchers: CCleaner attack aimed at major tech companies - CNET
  • Police need warrant to track cell phones, appeals court says - CNET
  • Facebook will hand over 3,000 Russia-linked ads to Congress - CNET
  • Wes Anderson's 'Isle of Dogs' trailer is absolutely pawesome - CNET
  • Verizon is giving away free iPhone 8s, if you can find them - CNET
  • Alexa beams up new Star Trek skills, including Klingon - CNET
  • 2018 Honda Odyssey picks up IIHS Top Safety Pick+ - Roadshow
  • Facebook ads will target people who visited physical stores - CNET
  • 'Red Oaks' returns to Amazon Prime in October - CNET
  • Land Rover Discovery cares not for tow ratings, pulls 121-ton road train - Roadshow
  • Instagram brings face filters to live video - CNET
  • Nvidia Shield TV gets a $20 price cut after Apple TV 4K debuts - CNET
  • Crime-fighting robot can detect weapons in a crowd - CNET
  • CNET asks: How has the Equifax security breach affected you? - CNET
  • Twitter to meet with committee probing US presidential election - CNET
  • Mercedes' first electric SUV will be built in Alabama - Roadshow
  • Your Lifx smart bulbs now support Apple HomeKit -- and Siri - CNET
  • This budget earbud sounds (almost) too good to be true - CNET
  • Is the Apple TV 4K for you? (The 3:59, Ep. 288) - CNET
  • Amazon plans to hire 2,000 for a new office in New York City - CNET
  • Dark Reading Daily
    eWeek
  • Apple's iOS 11 Helps iPads Catch Up With Ultrabooks, Surface Tablets
  • SEC Filing System Hack Highlights Need to Fortify Public Data Security
  • How Cisco is Modernizing Management of Its UCS Franchise
  • SAP Hybris Travel Accelerator Ready for Airline Industry
  • Ford Brings Mixed Reality Into Car Design With Microsoft HoloLens
  • Ellison Claims Simplified Cloud Pricing Gives Oracle an Edge Over AWS
  • Google Paying HTC $1.1B to Bring Over Parts of Its Smartphone Team
  • Nearly 2B Records Compromised in First Half of 2017, Report Finds
  • Motorola’s Moto X4 Combines Amazon Alexa With Project Fi Connectivity
  • Webinar (Watch Now): Next-Generation Applications Require the Power and Performance of Next-Generation Workstations
  • Manifold Connects Developers with Services Across Any Cloud
  • DigitalOcean Launches Object Storage for Developer Cloud
  • Newcomer Qumulo Launches ‘Universal-Scale’ File Storage System
  • HTC Stock Trading to Halt Sept. 21 as Google Acquisition Rumors Swirl
  • Microsoft Brings Time-Saving OneNote Class Notebook Toolbar to iPad
  • Microsoft Embeds Hexadite's AI Tech into Windows Defender ATP
  • Toshiba Will Sell Flash Memory Unit to Bain Capital, SK Hynix
  • CCleaner Attack Shows Need to Bolster Software Development Security
  • Twistlock 2.2 Improves Container Security with Cloud Native Firewall
  • Google Adds Natural Language Support to Enterprise Search Tool
  • How to Ensure Your Organization's Network Is Safe From Intrusion
  • Equifax Parts Ways With CIO and CSO Following Data Breach
  • 10 Most Important Feature Improvements to Apple’s iOS 11
  • Oracle Aims to Overtake AWS With Simplified Cloud Services Pricing
  • Wowza Launches Professional Streaming Appliance for Facebook Live
  • Microsoft Power BI Embedded Now Supports Dashboard Cloning
  • Veritas Updates Data Management to Fit the Multi-Cloud World
  • Cloudflare, Google Collaborate On App Developer Incentives
  • Microsoft Updates Azure AI-Assisted Cloud Services for Streaming Media
  • Hitachi NEXT: Vantara, Next-Gen Lumada IoT Platform Top News
  • Global Security Finance
    IDG Connect
    Information Week
    Information Shield
    Security Week
    Security News Portal.com
  • State surveillance tool uses ISP to deliver malware to privacy seekers
  • What is Malware and How can We Prevent It
  • We havent been hacked says Fundraising Regulator
  • Singapore Ranks First as Launchpad for Global Cyber Attacks
  • Adolfy Hoisie to Lead Brookhavens Computing for National Security Effort
  • Lessons learned on how to prevent another Equifax security breach
  • MDEC ISACA in partnership to develop cyber security talent
  • Amazon Is Working on AlexaPowered Smart Glasses Plus a Home Security System
  • Experian Site Can Give Anyone Your Credit Freeze PIN
  • MUSTREAD Ash Ortegas social media accounts are hacked
  • How to Stop Hackers From Ransoming Your Mac or iPhone Updated
  • Vaultive Granted Sixth Patent Advancing Its Leadership Position in Cloud Data Encryption
  • CConsiderations on the CCleaner incident
  • New FinFisher surveillance campaigns Are internet providers involved
  • Mark Zuckerberg outlines a 9step plan to prevent future elections from being hacked on Facebook
  • SEC Chairman reveals financial reporting system was hacked
  • Project Zero Fuzzing the 5 most used Browsers DOM Engines
  • Realmode Assembly Writing bootable stuff Part 5 Graphic Mode
  • If Bill Gates really thinks ctrlaltdel was a mistake he should have fixed it himself
  • VeloCloud Earns 2017 Cloud Computing Security Excellence Award
  • Evident.io cloud security platform announces support for Microsoft Azure
  • Barracuda Confirms US Companies Doubling Down on Public Cloud Customers Security Responsibilities St
  • AMD and Tesla May Partner on AI Chip What This Means for Nvidia
  • Waymo Wants a Whopping $2.6 Billion from Uber
  • Instagram Is Eating Away at Snapchats Share of New Users
  • Review Apple Watch Goes Solo But Hang Onto Your Phone
  • Google Pays $1.1B To Acquire HTCs Pixel Team Intellectual Property Rights
  • Deliveroo accounts reveal huge losses
  • WhatsApp and YouTube terror video man jailed
  • aPATCHe Struts Vulnerabilities Run Rampant
  • How BitPaymer ransomware covers its tracks
  • BEWARE 27 million emails that contained aggressive ransomware went out this week
  • Internal Communications of Many Firms Exposed by Helpdesk Flaws
  • FormBook Infostealer Attacks Ramping Up
  • How to create an IT strategy plan that wont be ignored
  • Microservice architecture takes a whole new approach to infrastructure
  • Save your money Prevent ransomware with File Server Resource Manager
  • Never too early Synopsys BSIMM8 study champions benchmarking in the early stages of Software Securit
  • Get Ready for GDPR
  • Hackers breached SECs financial filing system
  • NSA backs down in encryption row
  • A Consumer Advocate Battles Equifax and a Storm
  • New tool offers developers crossplatform cloud access
  • Cyber Monday is the new Black Friday
  • Bose releases QC35 II noisecancelling Bluetooth headphones with dedicated Google Assistant button
  • Security researchers warn that GO Keyboard is spying on millions of Android users
  • Cloud migration is more difficult than cloud adoption
  • OWC releases USBC Travel Dock for MacBook and Windows 10 laptops
  • Adblock Plus releases cryptocurrency miner hijack protection filter
  • OnePlus will update core apps through Google Play
  • Security Magazine
  • Sacramento, Orlando, Orange County Top Airport Satisfaction List
  • Eight Out of Ten Employers Find Resume Fraud
  • NY/NJ Port Authority Names New Chief Security Officer
  • Organizations Worried Tech Skills Gap Will Expose Them to Security Vulnerabilities
  • Top Companies Listed on Dow Jones Sustainability Index
  • How Do Police Officers View Private Security?
  • EC-Council Announces Fully Proctored, Hands-On Penetration Testing Exam
  • Small Consumer Drones Pose Little Risk of Serious Head Injury
  • Dr. Walter Copan Nominated to Lead NIST
  • More Than Half of American Consumers to Abandon Cash by 2020
  • The World's Most Stressful Cities
  • Study Says Enterprises Waste $300k Annually on Cybersecurity Education
  • Most Workers Still Use E-Mail Over Other Communication Methods
  • Easing the Burden of Managing Large Video Systems
  • The Benefits of Autonomous Buildings
  • Brand Security: Maneuvering in the Wild, Wild West (AKA Social Media)
  • Evaluating the Total Cost of Video
  • How Cybersecurity Paves the Way for Sustainable Revenue Growth
  • Phishing Education & Training: A Small Piece to Solving a Complex Puzzle
  • Threat Hunters Infiltrate and Automate the Evolving SOC
  • U.S. Businesses Spend $2.66 to Combat Every Dollar of Fraud
  • Audit says California Schools’ Active-Shooter Response is Inadequate
  • Crime and Murder Rates are Down in 2017
  • The Top Cybersecurity Schools
  • Security Professionals Say Cybersecurity Skills Have Changed
  • NCS4 Opens New Research, Training, and Operations Center
  • Americans Fear Natural Disasters More than Terrorism, Global Pandemic or Cyberattack Combined
  • The Most Influential People in Security 2017
  • 6 Tips for CISOs Selling to the Board
  • Product Spotlight: Audio Solutions 2017
  • The Heritage Foundation

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