Breaches could still be avoided, report notes.
Microsoft issued even more details about Windows security concerns, even after releasing its August security update on Tuesday
Organizations are typically targeted by more than one successful cyber criminal attack each week -- costing the average organization $3.8 million.
As the largest patch in Microsoft's Patch Tuesday history looms, the plot thickens.
Search giant Google and the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency are investing in a company working to track Web-browsing behavior
Confusion about the efficacy of SAS 70 seems to be more the rule than the exception. A new report suggests that a SAS 70 reality check is long overdue.
Microsoft has adopted a variant of its "responsible disclosure" policy for reporting security flaws in its software, the company announced
Sorting through legacy permissions can seem daunting; these suggestions will help you manage the project.
Exploits using Windows XP as an attack vector will grow this year, according to security experts commenting on Microsoft's "Security Intelligence Report Volume 8"
Dell is warning many of its customers of potential malware embedded in a set of server motherboards.
As Adobe Systems applications face increasing security threats, Microsoft is stepping up to lend a helping hand.
The malware calm in the midst of a raging spam storm was almost eerie. Until last month, that is, when things took a turn -- for the worst.
How to ensure security is part of the cloud adoption strategy.
Microsoft issues security advisory about Windows vulnerability associated with shortcut icons on USB drives
The majority of Internet security threats come from unpatched vulnerabilities in Adobe Acrobat/Reader and Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser.
Recommendations for making data safer that won’t decimate your IT budget.
Three updates rated "critical," one deemed "important."
Microsoft plans to release four software fixes on Tuesday in its July security update
With World Cup-oriented attacks and a brazen tech-support-by-phone scam, it's business as usual for the ever-creative information security crackers.
Breaches are targeting application because that's where the data is.