What accounts for the near-disappearance of virus activity last month? One explanation: even spammers need to invest time in research and development.
Spam now accounts for close to 90 percent of all e-mail traffic.
We expose five security risks introduced by enterprise search and explain how you can protect your enterprise from these vulnerabilities.
Security too often is taken on trust, report says.
PDF has now supplanted another Adobe technology -- Flash -- as the exploit platform of choice for malicious hackers.
Is IT winning the battle against spam, or was a recent drop in malware and phishing volumes just a statistical blip in an otherwise upward trend?
A prominent security firm says that the security features of both Windows 7 and Mac OS aren't quite up to snuff.
Global study of security personnel identifies goals, points out risks and staffing issues
Protecting the network is no longer enough. IT needs a watchdog to protect databases from external breaches and internal sabotage.
Where is cybersecurity headed? We look at how regulation, social networking, and popular technologies (such as cloud computing) will impact your enterprise’s security management.
Asset management software can complement your current security tools to provide more complete desktop security.
CA’s chief security architect discusses the three key areas for security professional’s attention this year.
Compared to other market segments, the security space was a relative safe harbor in a year of economic turbulence.
Today’s cybercriminal is especially aggressive about penetrating networks to gain access to valuable data. We explain what steps you must take now to protect your systems.
How performing a software update can hijack your system.
This year, spammers are more proactive than ever, and that has some security researchers worried.
The prevalence of spam-based malware increased dramatically in September, surging by 900 percent.
What Microsoft's changes to user account control mean for the enterprise
Despite IT pros' concerns about outsourcing's net effect on network security, the true impact is still unclear.
Symantec's new Norton-branded offerings use a new technology to plug the gap between whitelists and blacklists.