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IBM and GENCI Team to Drive Supercomputing Closer to Exascale
IBM and GENCI, the high performance computing agency in France, today announced a collaboration aimed at speeding up the path to exascale computing – the ability of a computing system to perform at least one exaflop, or a billion billion calculations, in one second.  
Trend Micro Q2 2015 Roundup Finds New Threats
In Canada, Lone-wolf gains notoriety, online malware down but macro malware detections nearly double  
LUCY Phishing Server Lets You Phish Yourself to Defeat Hackers
New Features Expose Your Organization's Weakest Security Links  
Essar Group Upgrades to BES12 by BlackBerry for Secure Cross-Platform Enterprise Mobility Management

HALOCK Launches Comprehensive Advanced Threat Diagnostic

Dropbox adds USB Keys to boost security
As headlines about corporate hacks and data leaks have continued to dominate technology news sites, companies have moved to offer more security features to worried users and enterprise clients.
Gartner Says Organizations Need to Prepare for the Russian Personal Data Law
Privacy in Russia Is at the Peak of Gartner's 2015 Hype Cycle for Privacy  
Dropbox security chief defends security and privacy in the cloud
Patrick Heim head of Trust & Security, Dropdox discusses security and privacy in the arena of consumerized cloud-based tools like those that employees select for business use.
Salesforce Closes Door to Hack Attacks
An injection vulnerability that could have opened the door to hackers has been patched by Salesforce after security researchers notified the company of their discovery.
Synology Unveils Surveillance Station 7.1 Beta
Optimized Performance and Surveillance Experience for Distributed Environments  
HALOCK Named to Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Companies

Now car hackers can bust in through your motor DAB RADIO
White hats show how flaky, unloved audio broadcast tech is a massive attack vector
Your Smartphone Battery May Be Spying on You
An application that checks the battery status of users' devices so Web sites can switch them to power-saving modes can also be used to provide identifiable "fingerprints" of users without their knowledge, according to European researchers.
Absolute Extends Security Reporting to Microsoft SCCM, Introduces SIEM Integration

Chinese Hackers Reportedly Hit United Airlines
United Airlines is the latest to fall victim to a data breach. 
New Dell SonicWALL TZ Wireless Firewalls Add Integrated Protection Capabilities to Deliver Greater Security, Value and Performance for Wireless Networks
New firewalls deliver secure, high-speed 802.11ac wireless network performance for both SMBs and distributed enterprises at a lower total cost of ownership
oneweek Hackathon 2015 heard around the world

Hackers disable brakes on Jeep from miles away
An online video showing two computer experts hacking into a Wi-Fi equipped Jeep has rocked the automotive world and grabbed the attention of Congress, reports CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave.
Symantec and Frost Data Capital Partner to Incubate Cyber Security Startups
Partners to launch and grow up to 10 security and IoT analytics startups per year
Huge Global Sting Yields World Biggest Hacker Bust EVER
Darkode has gone dark. One of the largest malware networks in the world has been completely dismantled and the criminals behind it will face trial.
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