A coin mining malware developed by threat actor Rocke has been found to have the ability to uninstall five different cloud security products.
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Amazon Web Services has announced a fully managed and centralised back-up service dubbed AWS Backup.
SAP is on the hunt for a new global channel chief following Rodolpho Cardenuto's departure from the vendor after 10 years with the software vendor.
The installations of Indigo Central and West subsea fibre optic cables have been completed, resulting in a optical path between landing stations.
Identity management vendor Ping Identity has appointed Ashley Diffey as its first channel and alliance manager for the Asia Pacific region.
Microsoft has revealed an information disclosure vulnerability within Microsoft Office, which improperly discloses contents of its memory.
Technology giants including Microsoft, Amazon and Yahoo were granted special access to Facebook users' data according to The New York Times.
Red Hat has set a special meeting on 16 January for stockholders to consider and vote on IBM's proposed acquisition of the company.
HCL Technologies has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire some IBM software products in a US$1.8 billion deal.
JCurve Solutions has acquired Spectrum Partner Group, a specialist Oracle NetSuite partner based in Singapore.
Approximately 100 million users of Quora may have had their data accessed following an unauthorised access to one of Quora's systems by a "malicious third party".
Dell has announced it detected an unauthorised attempt to extract customer information from Dell.com.
Personal details originating from different sources, including social media accounts, can cost as little as US$1 in the black market.
Kaspersky Lab has revealed plans to open other transparency centres across the globe following the launch of its first in Switzerland.
Kaspersky Lab has started to officially process data in Switzerland alongside opening its first Transparency Centre in Zurich.