The Endpoint Security and Data Protection suite from Sophos includes full-disk encryption plus anti-malware, application control and intrusion protection.
In addition to announcement, the president shares his plan for protecting the nation's critical IT infrastructure from attack.
Annoyed bedmates don't deter workers from toiling in bed for two to six hours per week.
Is the U.S. Ready for Government-sponsored Cyberattacks?
The corporate-espionage case of David Goldenberg, former executive with AMX Corp., is rocking the world of high-end office and consumer electronics systems.
Mass compromise of payment-card systems or retailers holding credit- and debit-card information is said to the primary cause of payment fraud.
Security firm measures 20 percent less spam this year so far, but what's out is still annoying.
The University of California at Berkeley says its health services databases were breached, and begin warning students, alumni.
Scam tries to steal passwords by getting Facebook users to enter their log-in credentials at a fraudulent site.
The Conficker E variant of the worm will detonate on May 5, security researchers say.
IT security pros meet against an omnipresent backdrop of recession and uncertainty.
Malicious code spiked in 2008, Symantec reports
Trend Micro launched a smorgasbord of endpoint security products.
Websense is readying its first hardware appliance, which will run the vendor's Secure Web Gateway Software.
Did the Chinese government, for strategic purposes, infiltrate more than 1,200 computers in 103 countries?