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The NSA has been revealed to be collecting data from the communication links used by Google and Yahoo data centers. What does this mean for you and your business?
For those worried about the security and privacy of email communications, encryption is one layer to add, but using encryption software isn't terribly user-friendly.
Open Wi-Fi networks can be a godsend when you need them. Michael P. Kassner interviews a network-security expert who explains why bad guys like them even more.
Mobile device malware is approaching exponential growth. Mobile apps are the vehicle of choice to deliver malware. Michael P. Kassner looks at our options.
Should you be worried about mobile malware? Here's what you need to know and some tips on how to protect yourself from getting infected.
Justin James gathers the information you need to make the right deploy decision when applying Microsoft's July 2012 patches in your organization.
OpenDNS just released a Windows version of DNSCrypt, but does the implementation of the DNSSEC protocol make it obsolete? Patrick Lambert takes a look at what the critics are sayin...
Deb Shinder tested a voice encryption solution called TrustCall. Find out how TrustCall works and if it's right for your organization.
Justin James gathers the information you need to make the right deploy decision when applying Microsoft's January 2012 patches in your organization.
"Know thy enemy" is a well-worn phrase. No matter; the saying is germane when it comes to malicious code. Michael Kassner looks at a toolkit that reverse-engineers malware.