Don't-Miss Firewall Stories
If you haven’t tried virtualization yet--or don't even know what it means--it’s about time you did. Here are 10 reasons to tempt you into the virtualization waters.
Cybercriminals are hacking trusted sites using stolen access credentials in order to launch attacks that are out in the open, but also veiled from reputation filters and commonly blocked web categories. Here are three reasons researchers say you need to be wary -- even on sites you count as safe
Ever wonder how much of a time suck Bejeweled is? Your boss doesn't need to spy and tell you. These tools track your online activities and tell you how to be more productive.
Mixed IT infrastructures, including cloud and non-cloud systems, will be the norm at many companies for many years.
If using Skype and Facebook together is triggering pop-up browser windows that clutter your screen, you're not alone. Here's how to stop that headache.
Don't believe the hype that says mobile malware will soon flood our smartphones, experts say.
Leaking secrets online has become a big issue. Here are three lessons you need to learn.
Czech security company Avast Software is adding virtualized security to the forthcoming version of its paid antivirus software.
Imagine you're a law-abiding small business owner. You show up to find your shop door locked, with a sign saying the government has seized your business due to child pornography.
After application vulnerabilities, information security professionals are most concerned by the threats posed by mobile devices, a survey has revealed.
The time has arrived for the U.S. to develop a strategic plan for dealing with threats against critical infrastructure.
The White House is proposing a big increase in cybersecurity research and development in next year's budget.
Cisco has unveiled a self-described "complicated" security architecture dubbed SecureX that it says provides a context-aware way to safeguard networks increasingly overrun with smartphones, tablets and virtualization.
In a keynote address at the RSA Security Conference, RSA chief Art Coviello struck an optimistic tone about the future of security in cloud computing.
A security researcher yesterday disclosed a new unpatched bug in Windows that some experts believe could be used to remotely hijack a PC.