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People are trusting when they use personal devices for work, says Ziften's Mike Hamilton. The key is to enable the people securing your company with an agile solution that protects everyone.
DNS rerouting does not eliminate the possibility of DDoS attacks, researchers found. One way to reduce your site's risk is to use this IP address scanning tool.
No platform is immune. But how does Linux and open source manage to overcome issues like Linux.encoder.1 with such efficiency? Jack Wallen ponders this issue.
A pair of digital certificates released by Dell produced a vulnerability that could expose Windows systems to risk. Learn the scope of the threat and how to remediate it.
Storage security used to be about hardware, says DataGravity's Paula Long, but the data is what is most at risk. Firms need more visibility into their data to better protect it.
Many small and midsize business are vulnerable to denial of service attacks. The best thing you can do is plan ahead. Here's what you can learn from the experience of security experts.
The seductive lure of activity and health wearables make it easy to forget, or ignore, the inherent security and privacy risks involved.
BYOD is a security nightmare, but there may be a simple way to secure mobile devices. Matt Asay explains.
It's time to rethink your IT security strategy. ESG points out the benefits of the new analytics-driven cybersecurity approach.
Target is about to roll out a pilot program for the visually-impaired and Jack Wallen predicts more hacks in Target's future.