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Exabeam and WireX Systems Partner to Improve Enterprise Security

Leaders in Security Information and Event Management and Network Forensics Join Forces to Provide Comprehensive Investigation Capabilities.

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Hyatt Hotels reports POS data breach

Hyatt Hotels announced today a point of sale (POS) breach that impacted several dozen of the company’s locations between March and July 2017.

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Contractor’s only IT technician steals 30GB of Australian defence secrets

30GB of data stolen from a small Australian military defence contractor which included technical information on jet fighters, transport aircraft, ‘smart bomb kits.’ Culprit, the lone IT technician.

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The People-Centric Approach To Network Security

Derek Lin, Chief Data Scientist at Exabeam explains why adopting a people-centric approach to network security can significantly reduce the risk of breaches

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Cybersecurity technology: Everything is transforming and in play

Changing requirements and constant innovations are making security technology options more confusing.

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Yahoo Breach Hit 3 Billion Records

IT security experts comment on the Yahoo breach.

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Whole Foods point-of-sale terminals hacked, credit card data stolen

Just over a month since being acquired by Inc., Whole Foods Market disclosed Thursday that some of its point-of-sale terminals had been hacked, resulting in the theft of customer data, including credit details.

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3 ways CIOs can beat the innovation curve

The innovation race is on. Will you be left behind?

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Sonic Drive-In latest to be hit in POS data breach

Sonic Drive-In is investigating a possible point-of-sale (POS) breach that has led to customer payment card information being sold on a dark web market.

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HHS Gathers Cyber Intel for Health Care

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is distilling cyber threat intelligence for a health care audience, according to HHS CISO Chris Wlaschin, who spoke at an Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology Briefing on Sept. 26.

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