Users hate passwords, and it shows.
With the average public data breach costing $7.5 million to clean up, security managers seek automated hard disk encryption.
A neutral, third-party testing organization rates IPS performance, accuracy, and reliability.
With attackers gunning for sensitive information, it’s time to rethink Web application code development or face the consequences.
An end user with two real-time anti-spyware engines asks if too much anti-spyware software is a bad thing
Automated worms and malware-born invaders are still wreaking havoc in the enterprise, and financial losses from cyber-criminals are increasing.
More organizations are using fingerprints for logging onto PCs and into sensitive applications.
Targeted Trojan Attacks Increase, Security Zaps Productivity, Spyware Distributor Settles
Analyzing esoteric attacks highlights where security can succeed and how secure devices can fail in unforeseen ways.
Will security flaws dent Mozilla's status as a trusted alternative to Internet Explorer?
CA Antivirus Vulnerabilities; AOL Patches New Netscape; Beware Phishing E-mails Bearing Keylogging Software; New Trojan Encrypts PCs
While operator errors get blamed for the majority of security incidents, organizations aren’t budgeting a fix.
Avoiding Time Warner’s Backup Mistakes; Learning from Loveletter; Tivoli Offers Security Index
A new report from CERT and the U.S. Secret Service shows how to begin preventing insider attacks.
Three years after Microsoft launched an initiative to improve its products’ security, we talk to information security veteran Gary Morse, president of Razorpoint Security Technologies, about the results.
Why use separate firewall, intrusion detection and prevention, gateway antivirus, and VPN products when one appliance can handle it all?
Data Storage Security a Concern; Symantec’s 64-Bit Antivirus; Multiple Mozilla, Netscape Vulnerabilities
Pharming attacks are on the rise. Should your organization be concerned?
Eight Firefox Vulnerabilities; Microsoft Previews Longhorn Security; Windows XP SP2 Rollout Lags
Companies that better target their security spending actually spend less and have more effective security programs