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.
Endpoints pose security risks to an enterprise, but identifying those endpoints can be IT's biggest challenge.
Only 10 percent of organizations are actually using effective anti-spam technologies
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.
Forrester says IT security is in a "renaissance period"
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.
How to protect yourself from the threats posed by unified communications.
Your employees may take the corporate laptop on summer holiday and bring back security risks to your network
Customers want integrated -- and highly manageable -- security tools. A smorgasbord of best-of-breed tools just can't get it done anymore
With the right investigative techniques, experts maintain, fraud-busters can connect the dots, uncover evidence, and combat fraud
SQL injection vulnerabilities are easy -- and cheap -- to test for, regardless of whether you're a good guy or a malicious hacker
Why saying "it can't happen to us" isn't a solution
Is there a holistic solution for ensuring the secure, fast, and reliable delivery of applications?
A security researcher's speculation about a DNS flaw ignites another firestorm for full and responsible disclosure
Thanks to this month's DNS vulnerabilities, a lot of patching will be taking the time of DNS administrators. In fact, it might even seem like 2002 all over again.
Enterprise security is an expensive proposition – one that's likely to get even more expensive as organizations take steps to protect themselves.
Microsoft officials warn of a problem that arises after users apply a DNS patch to Windows XP and 2000.