Don't-Miss Firewall Stories
Free software movement founder Richard Stallman sounds off on smartphones, Microsoft and software freedom.
Whitelisting technology that prevents unauthorized software from running on corporate servers and PCs is a way to prevent malware attacks but managing the package keeps the Burton Group, a division of Gartner, from recommending it as a substitute for traditional antivirus software.
Apple today patched a record 62 vulnerabilities in Safari 5, updating the Mac and Windows browser to version 5.0.4.
Malicious attacks from online advertising networks are growing faster, stealthier.
This week, my company began deploying new firewalls. The old ones have been in place for more than six years; the new ones will allow us to take advantage of the next generation of features.
Intimate details of the HBGary hack attack are now available, and they teach many lessons about how to protect your systems.
In theory, stopping spam is easy: just make it uneconomic to send millions of messages by charging for each one sent, or make senders authenticate their identity...
China plans on tracking the movements of people in Beijing using their mobile phones.
Documents obtained under a Freedom of Information Act request show that Homeland Security has signed contracts for mobile systems that may scan pedestrians without their knowledge.
Law enforcement has a problem, and you may be part of it if you make a Web app. When the FBI comes knocking, it may ask you to hand over communications made by your users.
Apple’s newest OS appears largely to bypass the cloud, which is a shame. The world needs Apple to show us how to tackle the cloud properly.
While devices such as the iPhone, iPad, Blackberry and Android are in most cases welcomed into the corporate world, there's uncertainty about how to fit them.
Senator Schumer sent letters to popular websites asking them to embrace HTTPS to provide more secure Web surfing for consumers.
Apple is offering security experts a copy of the developer preview of Mac OS X 10.7, aka Lion, and asking them for feedback.
Chrome Browser Looks More and More Like an OS, But Security Is Unclear