Fund Seeks To Head Off Heartbleeds
Lessons from Verizon's Threat Report
Officials Reveal Microsoft Data Center
Verizon Report Exposes Cyberthreats
Samsung Data Center Catches Fire
Can more funding prevent Heartbleed vulnerabilities in future open-source software? A new Core Infrastructure Initiative at the Linux Foundation is attempting to find out.
It’s probably not a jaw-dropper, but cyberespionage is officially on the rise. And the use of stolen or misused credentials is still the leading way the bad guys gain access to corporate information.
Microsoft will begin construction on a new data center in West Des Moines, state and local officials announced, bringing the company's total investment in Iowa to nearly $2 billion.
Beyond Heartbleed, there are cyberthreats vying to take down enterprise networks, corrupt smartphones, and wreak havoc on businesses. Verizon is exposing these threats in a new report.
A year ago Samsung made news headlines when one of its smartphone batteries caught fire in a man’s pocket. Now the firm says one of its data centers in South Korea went up in flames Sunday.