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Security firm Identiv awarded 4 mobility patents

Identiv, a Fremont, California-based security firm, has been awarded four patents by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for near-field communications, mobile and security inventions.

News Scan: Many CIOs racked by transformation self-doubts; Mobile app explosion puts pressure on hiring managers; More

The top news stories for May 29, 2015.

Majority of boards believe firms are under-protected from cyberattacks

CIOs, CISOs and even CEOs are now constantly under the microscope on what they are doing to keep their organizations safe from cyberattackes. But a new study of boards of directors reveals that the efforts aren't enough in most cases.

News Scan: While other agencies ramp up, IRS trims IT security staff; State CIOs warned to get drones on their radar; More

The top news stories for May 28, 2015.

Barracuda, Aerohive team up for enterprise Wi-Fi security products

To help enterprises cope with security challenges posed by BYOD, security firm Barracuda Networks and Wi-Fi provider Aerohive Networks have teamed to offer integrated wireless security products for BYOD environments.

Top security pros seeing six-figure salaries on average

A new report from Dice reveals that top IT security pros with the right skills and certifications are getting filthy rich on the job.

News Scan: Christie to take aim at Snowden, NSA critics; Mature cloud users see greatest efficiency gains; More

The top news stories for May 19, 2015.

Government especially worried about cybersecurity skills gap

By most accounts, unemployment for cybersecurity professionals is now zero. But the scramble to acquire these must-have technologists is especially tough for federal agencies, which worry about the staffing impact of a changing administration.

News Scan: Apple's Tim Cook urges grads to pursue great deeds; United offers airline industry's first bug bounty program; More.

The top news stories for May 18, 2015.

Enterprises are 'hitting a wall' with back-end integration of mobile apps, says Red Hat

Enterprises are "hitting a wall" when it comes to back-end integration of mobile apps, according to Cathal McGloin, vice president of mobile platforms at Red Hat, a provider of open-source software products to the enterprise.