Don't-Miss Firewall Stories
Businesses need to look at security as a military exercise and can benefit from strategies that have proved useful in battle, says a former military security expert.
Four out of the five vendors shown last month by testing company NSS Labs to suffer a security flaw in their high-end firewalls have since patched their...
Security experts are urging Microsoft and Juniper to patch a year-old IPv6 vulnerability so dangerous it can freeze any Windows machine on a LAN in minutes.
A survey of 127 of cloud computing providers suggests many regard security as mainly their customer's problem.
Let's say you scored a boondoggle to Los Angeles for a business conference, and instead sneaked off to nearby Disneyland with the family.
Facebook and other giant providers of online services lean too heavily on coal power, according to a Greenpeace report.
If you identify an issue to a vendor, would you rather have a vendor that addresses the issue, or one that tries to convince you the issue doesn't exist?
As smartphones have grown more powerful and complex, so have the threats against them.
Office 365 pricing makes a compelling case for adopting the cloud-based service and letting Microsoft deal with the backend IT infrastructure.
The new security extensions for DNS were enabled on the .com domain, but not one of the world’s 100 most popular sites has yet made the upgrade.
A test by NSS Labs that found firewalls from five vendors are subject in one way or another to remote exploit by hackers has ignited furious response from vendors Fortinet and SonicWall.
SonicWALL, Fortinet, and other firewall vendors take exception to claims by NSS Labs that their firewalls can't guard against a common TCP attack.
If businesses can't trust the technology they buy to protect their infrastructure, what can they trust?