The recent RSA security conference in San Francisco can be a great place to learn about the latest security threats. Here are some of the threats and trends to watch for.
If you use Gmail, Google Docs, or any other popular G-service, you’re about to surrender a lot more personal information to the Googleplex...unless you take these steps to prevent it.
The State of California and six big tech companies--including Apple, Google, and Microsoft--agree to keep mobile apps from leaking your personal information without telling you.
The latest F-Secure suite is quite capable of keeping your machine safe, but it may drag your PC down at times.
Webroot's revamped security suite has a lot to like, but its low malware disinfection scores prevent it from becoming a top contender.
Symantec's Norton security suite will do a great job of keeping your PC safe, and the program is easy to use too.
Although not a top performer, Smart Security 5 is a strong, easy-to-use upgrade over previous versions of Eset’s security suite.
The Kaspersky security suite's on-access scans could be faster, but it’s very good at detection and blocking.
Despite its somewhat middling detection scores, Trend Micro's security suite is simple to use.
Bitdefender’s security suite blends a friendly design with top-shelf PC protection for novices and advanced users alike.
G Data's security suite is one of the best defenders we’ve ever seen, and it takes the top spot among this year's crop despite a rough interface.
These all-in-one defenders can block baddies, tackle Trojans, and drop-kick drive-by downloads. We test the top contenders.
Panda's security suite is a decent choice for keeping your PC safe, but its sluggish performance and mediocre interface drag down its score.
Avast's latest security suite is effective in defending against malware, but it could stand to improve in cleanup.