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When making the case for investing more money in IT security, reference the Ashley Madison hack as an example of what you don't want to happen at your company.
It's time for your data scientists to put their brilliant minds to work defending against cybercriminals. Be on the lookout for these main security threats.
System requirements, driver compatibility, and update branches are just some of the factors to consider prior to a Windows 10 deploy.
The purpose of threat intelligence, says Webroot's CMO, is to immediately block cyberthreats through your network and endpoints, and to predict where attacks originate.
How much does your business lose to fraud? If you don't know the answer, fraud is likely a taboo IT security topic at your organization. Argyle Data's CEO explains why it shouldn't...
C.J. Radford predicts the usage of cloud applications will accelerate in 2015, says data-at-rest protection is imperative for enterprise cloud deployment, and more in this Q&A.
The SketchFactor app identifies neighborhoods' "sketchiness" through publicly available data, as well as user updates that other users can vote on. The crowdsourcing aspect has led...
With the cloud and big data in full swing and IoT on the rise, the time is ripe for businesses to take stock of the new legal challenges that disruptive technologies create.
The iPhone 6 was revealed on September 9, 2014. Find out what features should have Android developers scrambling to pick up the slack.
A growing number of organizations are launching commercialization ventures, offering their IT products and services to external customers. The payoff may be good -- but careful pla...