IBM announced at RSA Conference 2015 it is bringing its Security Intelligence technology, IBM QRadar, to the cloud, giving companies the ability quickly prioritize real threats and free up critical resources to fight cyberattacks.
IBM is making its vast library of security intelligence data available via the IBM X-Force Exchange, a new cyber threat intelligence sharing platform powered by IBM Cloud.
Nearly 40 percent of large companies, including many in the Fortune 500, aren't taking the right precautions to secure the mobile apps they build for customers.
Researchers from IBM's security team have discovered an authentication flaw in the Dropbox Software Development Kit (SDK) for Android that can be exploited to capture new data a user saves to his Dropbox account.
IBM researchers revealed plans for a cloud-based technology, called Identity Mixer, that uses a cryptographic algorithm to encrypt the certified identity attributes of a user, such as their age, nationality, address and credit card number in a way that allows the user to reveal only selected pieces to third parties.
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