Microsoft, Facebook and more than 30 other global technology companies announce joint pledge not to assist any government in offensive cyber attacks.
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FireEye has revealed that it spent US$12.5 million in net legal settlement costs during the three months ending December 2017.
Vodafone Australia has partnered with Dimension Data and FireEye as part of a multimillion-dollar, five-year investment to build its first cyber defence and response centre.
Faced with few options, companies are increasingly ceding to cyberattackers' demands for payment after holding their stolen data hostage, while law enforcement struggles to catch nearly invisible foes.
FireEye said Monday it has acquired Invotas, a company that develops a platform that helps administrators respond faster to security incidents.
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