XML security is where it’s at for adopters of service-oriented architectures
Labor Day marks the move-in for most students, and it also marks the beginning of labor-intensive work for IT departments across colleges and universities nationwide. Find out what one institution is doing to secure its network for the school year.
Many CIOs arrived late to Sarbanes-Oxley efforts
Security remains a key reason some developers shy away from service-oriented architectures. IBM’s new release may help change that.
New study highlights commonalities between companies with the fewest IT compliance deficiencies.
Companies are increasingly deploying filtering technology to address a number of information security threats, ranging from in-bound spyware to unapproved use of VoIP.
The challenge: securing an infrastructure you don’t control
With the risks in today’s world, one company is taking the “fear” out of Web services with improved app scanning software that puts the developer in the driver’s seat.
Why organizations are increasingly adopting the IT Infrastructure Library
One company blocks real-time attacks, demonstrates compliance, and relays security effectiveness to executives.
Despite increased security spending, the number of security breaches also increases. Plus, how Trojan applications have displaced worms and viruses as top threats—and why.
Thanks to immature standards, competing protocols, and nascent products, keeping VoIP secure isn’t easy. Here’s where to start.
Experts predict imminent SEM market consolidation. The upside: lower software costs, easier usability, and improved efficiency. Even so, users will be faced with a dizzying array of options.
New anti-spyware functionality highlights the enterprise security question: should you go for best of breed or opt for a security suite?
Dealing with an e-mail worm targeting a Web application, and a vulnerability in IBM DB2. Plus, how to create a performance metrics program.
Regulations are driving companies to audit their security logs. To help collect and analyze all that data, companies can turn to free syslog software and off-the-shelf security event management software. Which approach is right for you?
Vista’s arrival will shake up the $3.6 billion Windows security market. Here are the implications for IT managers.
Employee abuse of an organization’s Internet access -- from running outcall services to illicitly selling a company’s products on eBay -- illustrate URL filtering and monitoring issues. Enterprises cite inappropriate content, productivity concerns, and lost bandwidth as reasons to monitor their employees’ Web use.
A projected decrease in next year’s IT budget growth has unclear implications for security spending. Meanwhile, rootkits grow more virulent.
Options proliferate for encrypting your z/OS backup tapes