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Malware-based defenses are no longer effective, according to CrowdStrike. Find out how the company is working to defeat attackers.
The cloud is changing the way IT pros think about enterprise security. Here are some tips to overcome some security challenges using tools from AWS.
In recent years, many stories come in the rumors about companies being hit by cyber-attacks. The attackers habitually, "Hackers" try to spoil up the tasks of applications by hackin...
"It takes one to catch one," according to Kevin Mitnick, and the best way to catch one is through security-awareness training.
Intelligence Ltd. wanted to improve service delivery and avoid delays in new platform rollouts. To do so, it needed the tools to diagnose and track vulnerabilities across its portf...
Jesus Vigo examines the CTB-Locker virus, its effects on your data, and how to best protect your computer from this ransomware infection.
Defending network perimeters is not working, nor will it ever work according to Cuvepia. Learn about the security firm's answer to perimeter defense: KWON-GA Behavior Monitoring.
Enterprise security startup Bluebox takes a unique angle on mobile devices, forgoing device lockdown to secure data and applications from end to end.
Web services are modular software applications that can be described, published, located, and invoked across a network, such as the World Wide Web. Web services provide a simple in...
Russian hackers have recently stolen some 1.2 billion passwords and user names, leading security experts to claim that sloppy security practices are the real villain of this moment...