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Verizon's latest report on data breach statistics offers security pros a guide to the most persistent threats and where attention should be focused to defend against them.
Nick Hardiman takes a look at the threat landscape of our increasing dependence on the cloud as repository for our data and personal information.
As malware goes, Morto has something new to offer. It's conversant in DNS-speak. Michael Kassner describes how it works.
This is a survival guide for app developers who are in the midst of the Lodsys patent war.
There's more than one "heat wave" going on in the U.S. right now as the FBI conducts numerous raids targeting the group Anonymous, resulting in over a dozen arrests across the coun...
E-mail is one of the most popular and frequently used ways of communication due to its worldwide accessibility, relatively fast message transfer, and low sending cost. The flaws in...
IT consultants must regularly remove stubborn, regenerative, and corrupting spyware and viruses from client machines. These pointers will help you return systems to stable operatio...
IT consultants must regularly remove stubborn, often regenerative and corrupting spyware and viruses from client machines. Erik Eckel shares his preferred strategy for quickly retu...
An employee at an IT call center finds that his co-workers are in a clique and are not forthcoming with information that could help him do his job. What is the best way to deal wit...
It's no secret, many anti-malware scanners are actually malware in disguise. Is it possible to distinguish the difference? Let's give it a try.