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Cybersecurity company raises $120 million in latest funding round

Cylance, a provider of cybersecurity-related products and services that markets themselves as being able to prevent attacks years before the attack is even launched, raised $120 million in their Series E funding round.

Video-based facial recognition for businesses: Interview Special

Facial recognition technology is making headlines as the debate on privacy vs. security grows. How advanced is the technology and what is it being used for? A leading expert provides some answers.

Paris puts final touches to Eiffel Tower anti-terror walls

Paris - Paris is set to unveil thick bulletproof glass walls and metal fences around the Eiffel Tower, designed to protect France's most famous monument from terrorist attacks.

French police thwart terror attack on sex club

Paris - French police have thwarted two terror attacks, including one at a swingers' club, sources close to the investigations said Thursday.

Despite Trump deal, China's ZTE, Huawei to face closed doors in US market

Washington - Chinese telecoms companies like ZTE and Huawei face severely tightened access to the US market despite the Trump administration's deal this week to give ZTE a lifeline after it agreed to a steep fine.

Tightly-controlled Singapore rolls out tough summit security

Fpo - Singapore's reputation for rigid law and order was seen as a major factor for being chosen to host Tuesday's US-North Korea summit -- and the tiny city-state is determined not to disappoint.

World Cup restrictions weigh heavy on ordinary Russians

Moscow - Keen to prevent a repeat of ugly scenes from previous tournaments, authorities in Russia have imposed draconian measures during the World Cup, cracking down on everything from alcohol to kebabs.

UK warns EU's 'dogmatic' approach to Brexit risks lives

London - British Brexit Minister David Davis accused the EU on Wednesday of risking the security of European citizens by taking a "dogmatic" approach to security cooperation after Britain leaves the bloc.

China general slams 'irresponsible comments' on S. China Sea

Fpo - A Chinese general Saturday lashed out at "irresponsible comments" on Beijing's military build-up in the South China Sea after the US defence chief accused China of intimidation and coercion in the disputed waters.

Mattis accuses China of S. China Sea 'intimidation and coercion'

Fpo - China's military build-up in the South China Sea and its deployment of high-end weapons systems in the disputed waters is designed to intimidate and coerce neighbours, US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Saturday.

Nigeria told to end security 'slush funds'

Lagos - Campaigners on Monday urged Nigeria to stop handing out millions of dollars to tackle unspecified security issues with no questions asked, arguing the practice fuels corruption and conflict.

Facebook changes two-factor authentication

Facebook has changed how the two-factor authentication process works — now users don't need to use their phone numbers and can use an authenticator app instead.

Decline in strength of Afghan forces less sharp than thought: US watchdog

Kabul - The strength of Afghanistan's security forces has declined less sharply than previously reported, a US watchdog says, citing incorrect figures given by the American military last month.

Canada minister tells of US airport security hassles over turban

Ottawa - The zealous airport security screening of a Canadian government minister wearing a turban last year led Ottawa to file a diplomatic protest with Washington, his office said Thursday.

Saudi tests siren after Yemen rebels fire new missiles

Apo - Saudi Arabia said Thursday it tested a new siren system for the capital Riyadh and oil-rich Eastern Province, the day after Yemeni rebels fired three ballistic missiles at the kingdom.

Mexico front-runner wants to debate legalizing drugs

Mexico - The leftist front-runner for Mexico's presidential election said Tuesday the country should debate legalizing drugs as a way to staunch violent crime that has claimed tens of thousands of lives.

RSA 2018 reveals the top five security themes

San Fransisco - The information technology and security community are bombarded with cyberattacks, and also regulations and a quantity of solutions that are difficult to decipher. The recent RSA conference revealed some solutions.

Iran rejects new deal as France vows it will never get atomic weapons

Tehran - Iran's President Hassan Rouhani rejected any hopes of rewriting a nuclear deal with world powers Wednesday, while his French counterpart vowed to US lawmakers that everything would be done to stop Iran ever acquiring atomic weapons.

Trump praises N.Korea's Kim as 'very open,' 'honorable'

Washington - US President Donald Trump praised Kim Jong Un as "very open" and "very honorable" on Tuesday, adding the North Korean leader wants to meet "as soon as possible.

Hosting Macron, Trump rips into 'disaster' Iran deal

Washington - US President Donald Trump pilloried the Iran nuclear deal as "insane" Tuesday and threatened "problems" if Tehran restarts controversial programs, exposing a deep rift with European allies.

French police arrest suspect over Mont Saint Michel scare

Paris - French police have arrested a man accused of threatening to attack police at Mont Saint Michel, causing a scare that led to the evacuation of one of the country's busiest tourist sites, a security source said Monday.

France's Mont Saint Michel evacuated as man threatens police

Beauvoir - Authorities on Sunday evacuated Mont Saint Michel, one of France's busiest tourist sites, and were searching for a suspect whom witnesses said had threatened to attack local security forces.

A month after journalist disappeared in Haiti, fear and no answers

Port-au-prince - A month after photographer Vladjimir Legagneur disappeared in a violence-plagued area of Port-au-Prince, other journalists are fearful and Haitian authorities have provided little in the way of information.

Trump voices hope Koreas can live 'together' in 'peace'

Palm Beach - US President Donald Trump voiced hope Wednesday that North and South Korea, technically still at war, can pave the way to a lasting peace at a series of upcoming summits.

Trump says hopeful for Kim summit, but not afraid to walk away

Palm Beach - US President Donald Trump said Wednesday he hoped his improbable summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un would go ahead -- but warned he was not afraid to walk away if the meeting appears unlikely to be "fruitful.

Seoul to seek deal on formally ending war with N. Korea

Seoul - South Korea is seeking to open discussions about formally declaring an end to the war with the nuclear-armed North at a rare inter-Korean summit next week, officials said Wednesday.

American visitors to North Korea: a history

Seoul - High-profile visits to reclusive North Korea are rare, but over the years it has hosted a handful of top US officials as well as the occasional religious leader and sporting star.

Tech firms sign pledge to refrain from helping cyberattacks

San Francisco - Thirty-four global technology companies and organizations signed a pact Tuesday calling for a stronger defense against cyberattacks in any form and pledging to refrain from helping governments attack "innocent" civilians or enterprises.

Korea peace talks on agenda as reports say CIA chief met North's Kim

Palm Beach - President Donald Trump gave his blessing to talks aimed at formally ending the Korean War in a series of diplomatic revelations Tuesday, as reports said CIA director Mike Pompeo had met Kim Jong Un on a secret visit to Pyongyang.

Trump hosts Abe with North Korea, trade on the agenda

Washington - US President Donald Trump hosts Japan's Shinzo Abe at his Mar-a-Lago resort Tuesday, with both men under pressure to deliver something more than bonhomie and birdies.
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