Java Worm Targets Mac OS X
A just uncovered Trojan horse is employing an old social engineering ploy on social networks to lure Mac users.
Microsoft Profits Soar 51%
Sales of Microsoft Office were up 15% year over year and the software maker's business division, which includes the server and database units, saw 11% growth.
The Futility Of A Single Storage Platform
Every storage supplier wants to be your only vendor. It sounds like a good idea. It would simplify storage management, simplify purchasing and make it easier to train new IT staff and protect you if the current staff has some turnover. While meeting with users at SNW Europe, I was reminded just how futile of a goal this really is.
Talk About Evasion
Security research, like fashion, sometimes gets recycled, restyled, and even rebranded. Take network security evasion and sidejacking attacks, both of which have recently re-emerged with researchers taking new spins on these known threats.
Bredolab Botnet Busted
The Dutch High Tech Crime Team has seized 143 servers used to infect an estimated 30 million computers and arrested the alleged mastermind behind the botnet.
More Patient Data Dumps
Yet another case where patient medical records are left in a dumpster and out in plain sight.
What Business Data Should Be In The Cloud?
In our last entry we discussed different ways that you can move data into the cloud, something I call onramps. In theory the ability now exists to put all your data types on a cloud storage platform, but is that the right choice for your business? How do you determine which data you should put in the cloud?