3D printing is not only entering the consumer space these days, but it also is finding application in the filmmaking industry.
Open source is a development model and not a support one that does bug fixing, according to Red Hat global CEO and president, Jim Whitehurst.
Most security breaches can be blamed on known but unpatched vulnerabilities, according to Kaspersky Lab.
Cyber attacks, such as the recent one on the New York Times, are more about gaining attention than causing damage, according to Akamai.
It's not practical to prohibit social network access at work, and their usage can provide clues to effective business security, a Gartner analyst says.
Sophos has selected its "dirty dozen" of countries that relay spam for the second quarter of 2013, and the U.S. has taken the top spot.
Trending cyber attacks such as ransomware may be typically overlooked by SMBs, but Lumension chairman and CEO, Pat Clawson, warns that they are actually in the line of fire.
The problem with the sophistication of malware is that it tries to be invisible and persistent for as long as possible, according to Trend Micro global chief technology officer, Raimund Genes.
The complexity of the Windows 8 operating system has increased its vulnerability, according to a Kasperky Lab security specialist.
While numerous vendors have released table devices that use Windows RT, Lenovo has gone with Windows 8 Pro for its ThinkPad Helix hybrid.
MusicBrainz, the popular open content music database, disclosed at the end of March that a database dump had taken place and user information had been downloaded.
Adware on mobile aren't as innocuous as banners on PCs, and its integration presents a greater threat to privacy, according to a Bitdefender senior e-threat analyst.
Ransomware activity is increasing in Europe, the U.S., and Canada, and security vendor Symantec expects new forms of malware to take a monetary focus.
While social networks such as Facebook famously started out as a way for young adults on a university campus to connect with each other, the growth of these services has meant that teenagers are now heavily involved in them.
The level of technical innovation and social engineering, as well as the targeting of business executives, are some of the new security trends that Symantec is warning people to be vigilant against.
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