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Products and Releases

Content posted in July 2010
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Nasuni Releases White Paper On Cloud Storage Security
Products and Releases  |  7/6/2010  | 
White paper explores security in the context of different types of cloud offerings
Botnets Invade Smartphones With World Cup Lures
Products and Releases  |  7/6/2010  | 
End result of viruses: extra charges to the user's phone bill, says NetQin
McAfee Addresses USB Worms
Products and Releases  |  7/6/2010  | 
Company has OEM relationships to provide AV tech to two-thirds of USB device manufacturers
New Free Browser Tool From Trend Micro
Products and Releases  |  7/6/2010  | 
Browser Guard 2010 identifies, blocks malicious Web pages
Group Logic Launches Free Secure File Transfer Offering
Products and Releases  |  7/2/2010  | 
MassTransit SFTP is commercially developed, supported
FBI Warns Of Social Engineering Scam Claiming Stranded Overseas, Need Money
Products and Releases  |  7/2/2010  | 
Portraying to be the victim, the hacker uses the victim's account to send a notice to their contacts
TrustPort Management 4.0 Debuts
Products and Releases  |  7/2/2010  | 
TrustPort Management is a free supplement to TrustPort Antivirus Business and TrustPort PC Security Business
Trustwave Joins Cloud Security Alliance
Products and Releases  |  7/1/2010  | 
Will work together to develop best practices for implementing and monitoring security controls
New Regional Attacks On Banks Fly Under The Radar
Products and Releases  |  7/1/2010  | 
Trusteer warns bank customers are being targeted by criminals using Silon.var2 and Agent.DBJP
ITRC: Millions In Bogus Charges -- Could Some Be Yours?
Products and Releases  |  7/1/2010  | 
Offers consumers three tips
IBM Buys BigFix
Products and Releases  |  7/1/2010  | 
With BigFix's built-in intelligence, IBM will extend security and compliance globally to thousands of laptops, PCs and servers from the data center
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