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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?
[i]1.Can someone break in to your wireless network[/I] Yes depending on the locality and building material of the house anyone within a 500 metres radius could break into the WiFi...
Sophisticated attacks against the most highly critical systems are a real threat, but we shouldn't forget that most security breaches are more mundane in character and much closer ...
Is the President's new task force, launched last fall, really going to deal with the insidious role of the insider threat? Paul Kenyon, Avecto COO, recommends some security industr...
Flexible thinking is more likely to help you protect yourself against malicious security crackers than slavish attention to best practices.
Tavis Ormandy's public full disclosure of a Microsoft Help Center vulnerability has stirred up a storm of controversy, in which he has been burned at the stake by Microsoft and his...
If it seems like you're getting hit with more email scams than ever, you're right. Deb Shinder explains what you and your users should watch out for to avoid being duped.
And you are still going on and on and on abotu how licencing is different. SOMEBODY CHANGE THE RECORD!!! STOP. Now think about it, TODAY, as in not tomorrow, Linux uses a CPL li...
Along with the explosion of new technologies, user habits, and social practices comes the inevitable wave of new security threats. Deb Shinder examines emerging vulnerabilities, fr...
Conventional window glass was not designed to resist windblown debris, earthquakes, explosions and terrorist attacks. Subject to such stresses, existing glass often breaks into let...