Cybersecurity firm Symantec is warning that 2017 may usher in a new era of cybercrime, as rogue nation-states aim to steal online and "file-less" malicious software (malware) will increase.
French security officials, sobered by the destabilizing effect of hacking on the U.S. election, have taken the step of allowing govt. cyber-snoops share their expertise with political parties.
Digital Rights Management company Locklizard recently won several key awards. The company has also seen a marked increase in competitor's customers moving over to its PDF DRM systems.
Security experts suggest that companies insist on having their employees use lengthy passwords, or even phrases, to keep the bad guys out of their computer networks and prevent cyberattacks.
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