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Enterprises are transforming their security spending strategy in 2017, moving away from prevention-only approaches to focus more on detection and response, according to Gartner. Worldwide spending on information security is expected to reach $90 billion in 2017, an increase of 7.6 percent over 2016, and to top $113 billion by 2020. Spending on enhancing detection […]

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China today asked the U.S. government to stop spying on it, China’s first reaction to WikiLeaks’ disclosure of a trove of CIA documents that alleged the agency was able to hack smartphones, personal computers, routers and other digital devices worldwide. “We urge the U.S. to stop listening in, monitoring, stealing secrets and [conducting] cyber-attacks against […]

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Having just spent much of the day browsing through Wikileaks’ latest batch of documents from the intelligence community — in which government agents discussed ways to circumvent mobile encryption and to listen in on conversations near smart devices including smart TVs — it’s clear that government agents have long had the ability to grab mobile content before […]

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Reddit isn’t just about viral news stories and viral memes or heated thread debates, although there is always plenty of that on the sharing and social media site. For security professionals, as well as those interested in pursuing the field of cybersecurity, there is a wealth of advice, content, and conversation from deep and dirty […]

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