Microsoft Partners Up to Boost Windows Defender Threat Detection


Microsoft on Wednesday announced agreements to integrate threat detection products from Bitdefender, Lookout and Ziften into Windows Defender, extending security to macOS, iOS, Linux and Android devices. No additional infrastructure will be required, Microsoft said. Once the integration is set, new events from onboard macOS, iOS, Android and Linux devices will begin surfacing on the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection console. Windows Defender ATP provides a single pane of glass for endpoint security.

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Orlando nightclubs deploy radar technology to detect weapons

Some nightclubs in Orlando are looking to deploy radar-based weapons detection technology in the aftermath of last year’s deadly mass shooting at gay nightclub Pulse..

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Shipwreck from 1800s turns up in MH370 search

Boats dragging high-tech detection devices across the Indian Ocean have failed to solve the mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. But searchers have discovered a shipwreck some 200 years old at the bottom of the sea.


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Shipwreck from 1800s found during MH370 search

For nearly two years, boats dragging high-tech detection devices across the Indian Ocean have failed to solve the mystery of the whereabouts of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.


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Apple Watch wrist detection failing with some tattoos, users complain

Wrist detection on the Apple Watch may not work properly for some people with lower-arm tattoos, as they appear to fool the device’s sensors, some early adopters of the device have said.



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DoD's Electronic Parts Counterfeit Rules Draw Mixed Reviews


The U.S. Defense Department last month adopted a set of final rules covering the detection and avoidance of counterfeit electronic parts in the federal supply chain. The rules affect a wide swath of information technology firms that supply electronic components to the department, including software in some cases. In general, the final rules require that covered federal contractors establish and maintain acceptable systems to detect and avoid counterfeit parts. These systems will be reviewed as part of a federal auditing process.

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