In the online banking segment, some industry watchers warn, the bad guys are winning the war against unsuspecting account holders.
Where should IT focus its attention in protecting network assets, what investments offer the best return, and how can IT to avoid common mistakes when developing its security strategy?
These five best practices will help deliver success more rapidly and ensure increasing return on investment.
A recent report by AirTight Networks finds financial services firms are all but throwing out a welcome mat to wireless attacker
Spammers are tweaking their messaging to better exploit recession-related fear, uncertainty, and doubt
We look at the purpose and best use of groups and roles.
One of the biggest threats facing your organization is already installed on your desktops: admin rights for end users
Security vendors are stepping up their efforts to close the gap between security and operations
Microsoft's decision to exit the consumer security space reflects a fundamental shift in the market.
All things considered, 2008 was a quiet but industrious year on the security front.
Employees who believe they may be fired may steal proprietary information to blackmail management
An out-of-band security fix from Microsoft put administrators in a familiar but tough spot: potentially damned if they patched and damned if they didn't.
Only 10 percent of organizations are actually using effective anti-spam technologies
Endpoints pose security risks to an enterprise, but identifying those endpoints can be IT's biggest challenge.
Best practices for managing groups in Active Directory.
Why automated security policy management should be part of IT's overall data security compliance strategy.
McAfee's acquisition of Secure Computing could trigger a round of consolidation and disrupt the security status quo for vendors and customers alike
Why biometrics haven't been adopted faster
A new survey shows that enterprise networking groups -- not IT security pros -- are usually responsible for day-to-day NAC administration.
A new survey finds that nearly 9 out of 10 IT employees say they'd steal privileged or confidential information if they knew they were going to be laid-off tomorrow.