Despite its name, Secure Sockets Layer isn't totally secure. We explain the risks that arise from increased use of SSL within enterprise networks.
We expose five security risks introduced by enterprise search and explain how you can protect your enterprise from these vulnerabilities.
Organizations may be under several misunderstandings about the safety of their e-mail attachments. We explore the risks and corrective action IT can take to reduce the vulnerabilities.
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
The security challenges and mitigation strategies to help you migrate your enterprise applications to the cloud while ensuring your data’s safety.
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.
IT organizations are highly exposed to security breaches through their information worker's mobile devices.
CA’s chief security architect discusses the three key areas for security professional’s attention this year.
IT shops aren't doing enough to secure their cellular communications. This leaves them wide open to attack. The stakes are high -- and likely to get even higher.
Compared to other market segments, the security space was a relative safe harbor in a year of economic turbulence.
A new solution to data security is predicated on -- and anticipates -- human behavior by embedding corporate policies into documents and images.
How self-encryption works to secure data on flash and SSD drives.
Why a username and password are no longer adequate to protect your enterprise's assets.
Despite IT pros' concerns about outsourcing's net effect on network security, the true impact is still unclear.
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 you reduce the risk of internal data misuse and accidental data leakage.
In the online banking segment, some industry watchers warn, the bad guys are winning the war against unsuspecting account holders.
Attackers are unearthing old exploits -- in the case of the infamous CodeRed worm, extremely old exploits -- to wreak havoc on businesses and consumers.
Recent FTP thefts affecting even SSL-encrypted logins are the work of a new Trojan called Zeus; 90,000 logins may have been compromised.