Delta, Sears hit by customer service breach

Reproduced from FireEye’s M-Trends report; Chart: Axios Visuals Organizations are closing the skills and preparedness gap between hackers and themselves, improving a picture that’s all too often painted as grim. That means we — at least those of us in the Western Hemisphere — are getting pretty good at cybersecurity, according to the latest numbers…

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Senate watch: Tennessee Democrat jumps ahead of Blackburn

Reproduced from FireEye’s M-Trends report; Chart: Axios Visuals Organizations are closing the skills and preparedness gap between hackers and themselves, improving a picture that’s all too often painted as grim. That means we — at least those of us in the Western Hemisphere — are getting pretty good at cybersecurity, according to the latest numbers…

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Scoop: Instacart bags another $150 million

Reproduced from FireEye’s M-Trends report; Chart: Axios Visuals Organizations are closing the skills and preparedness gap between hackers and themselves, improving a picture that’s all too often painted as grim. That means we — at least those of us in the Western Hemisphere — are getting pretty good at cybersecurity, according to the latest numbers…

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Apple’s new Mac Pro won’t arrive until 2019

Reproduced from FireEye’s M-Trends report; Chart: Axios Visuals Organizations are closing the skills and preparedness gap between hackers and themselves, improving a picture that’s all too often painted as grim. That means we — at least those of us in the Western Hemisphere — are getting pretty good at cybersecurity, according to the latest numbers…

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AbbVie makes another deal for Humira drug monopoly

Reproduced from FireEye’s M-Trends report; Chart: Axios Visuals Organizations are closing the skills and preparedness gap between hackers and themselves, improving a picture that’s all too often painted as grim. That means we — at least those of us in the Western Hemisphere — are getting pretty good at cybersecurity, according to the latest numbers…

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Theresa May thinks Egypt is on the path of democracy

British Prime Minister Theresa May has raised more than a few eyebrows with her message of congratulations to Egypt’s Abdel Fattah el-Sisi after his victory in the country’s controversial presidential election last month. May sent a statement praising the Egyptian leader on Wednesday, in which she said the UK was looking forward to developing better…

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Kashmir: Students clash with Indian police in Srinagar

Srinagar, Indian-administered Kashmir – Violent clashes have erupted between protesting students and Indian police across the city of Srinagar in Indian-administered Kashmir. Indian security forces fired tear gas at demonstrators on Thursday as they were protesting against the recent killings of 20 people, including separatist fighters and civilians by government troops in south Kashmir’s Shopian district.…

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