Is Lax SMB Security A Myth?
Small and mid-size businesses defy perception by spending more than ever on security, according to a new IDC report. Now growing twice as fast as overall IT budgets, SMB security spending will total $5.6 billion in 2015.
Are Your Secrets Safe In The Cloud?
With so much data being hosted in the cloud, companies need to look at side-channel attacks to make sure they know who has access to their data and how to keep it secret
Flame Espionage Malware Seeks Middle East Data
Flame malware, described as the most complex ever discovered, has the markings of Western intelligence agencies. Security researchers believe it's been gathering information from Iran, Lebanon, Syria, and
other countries since at least 2010.
IBM Bans Dropbox: Should SMBs Follow Suit?
IBM's about-face on bring-your-own policy might be too draconian for small companies, but it serves as a reminder that some popular cloud services come with inherent risks.
Google Spreads Word On DNSChanger Malware
After taking down the botnet, the FBI is still trying to alert 500,000 people that their PCs are infected with the malware. Some Google search users are now getting direct warnings.
Revamp Mobile Policy To Secure The Cloud
A majority of employees bring their own devices into work and connect out to the cloud -- now it's time to gain greater control over the security of these devices
9 Lessons From Utah Data Breach
Breach of unencrypted data affected 28% of the state's residents; one in 10 had Social Security numbers stolen. How can you avoid such an epic fail?