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Concerns rising over closed-source software and the cloud.
You may not be the New York Times or Washington Post, but recent attacks highlight weaknesses that all businesses should be aware of.
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.
Cisco Systems has released new security patches for several versions of Unified Communications Manager (UCM) to address vulnerabilities that could allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands, modify system data or disrupt services.
A 25-minute outage for online retail mega-giant Amazon is yet another hiccup, and still not a reason to abandon the cloud. However, there are other caveats to using cloud services.
Information technology shops worry that the current crop of twentysomethings are not sufficiently security conscious.
This is the second month in a row that Microsoft has withdrawn a patch because it could cause problems for the system it was designed to repair.
Microsoft released two optional security updates Tuesday to block digital certificates that use the MD5 hashing algorithm and to improve the network-level authentication for the Remote Desktop Protocol.
Microsoft unleashed eight security bulletins for the August Patch Tuesday, including critical updates for Internet Explorer and Exchange Server.
Kaspersky's 2014 security software includes improvements like a new Trusted Applications mode and a beefed-up Safe Money feature set.
After years of warnings from every level of the IT sector, small companies still are not getting the message: Get serious about security before you lose everything.
Hackers are increasingly turning to brute force attacks aimed at snaring credentials.
Google’s Web browser offers no protection to secure and protect your saved passwords.