Don't-Miss Firewall Stories
Google said late Sunday that an attack mounted against its Gmail service targeted users primarily located in Iran, although the company has taken steps to block...
In their efforts to keep malware off their networks, some IT and security pros restrict end users' rights to install apps on company machines.
Twitter is slowly turning on automatic encryption on its website, a move following other major providers of web-based services to thwart account hijacking over...
Jerry Archer, board member of the Cloud Security Alliance, discusses how cloud computing will make security better for everybody.
Researchers from Microsoft and the Dutch Katholieke Universiteit Leuven have discovered a way to break the widely used Advanced Encryption Standard.
A researcher at Black Hat has revealed a vulnerability in the most common corporate router protocol that puts networks using it at risk of attacks.
Unsanctioned devices, compromised networks, downtime -- today's IT is all about embracing imperfections
IT managers are slowly embracing the growing number of consumer devices such as iPhones and iPads in the workplace. But that doesn't mean they're ready.
Cellcrypt released a version of its voice encryption software for Apple's iPhone on Tuesday, adding to its portfolio of software to prevent eavesdropping on...
The angry (ex-) employee gets a two-year suspended prison sentence and community service assignment.
Respondents said their companies' computers were breached at least once by hackers over the past 12 months.
Vulnerability management company Qualys has invited small businesses to sign up to use a free online tool that can scan browsers for out-of-date versions and plugins that might be putting users at risk.
Mobile Wi-Fi clients are surging on wireless LANs. The growth is forcing IT groups to adapt to a new, more dynamic RF environment and rethink WLAN design.
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