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The Ponemon Institute completed their annual look at how well companies are coping with cyber attacks. Cybercrime is up 10.4% over the previous year.
A survey sponsored by SpectorSoft shows that insider threats are one of the most challenging security issues to deal with for a majority of enterprises.
In law professor Danielle Citron's book, "Hate Crimes in Cyberspace," she suggests legal and ethical remedies that may help people who are the targets of online abuse and harassmen...
Disaster recovery and business continuation plans for Windows/x86 platforms are often missing or incomplete. Dell's response to this issue is its new recovery manager product for A...
In an important decision, the United States Supreme Court found that law enforcement officers generally need to get a warrant before searching the mobile device of an arrestee.
Learn how Evolven's change management software can help maintain and preserve your environment.
IT security folks have a responsibility to handle the biggest, most pressing issues before moving up the “food chain” to obtain more money and resources from top management.
While organizations don't always need to understand how an attack works from an in-depth technical perspective, they do need to understand how the attacks get past their defenses. ...
Focusing on event management, rather than applications, is a more effective strategy as data centers become a complex mix of physical and virtual machines and multiple hosting prov...
Both private and public organizations are at risk for cyberwarfare attacks and must take responsibility for network defense. Tom Olzak outlines security best practices.