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Small- and medium-sized enterprises are often ignored by security vendors, and contend with unsavvy users a lot.
Integrating the networking and IT security staffs delivers operational benefits, but comes with challenges, reports Jim Carr.
In what one security researcher called a broad-based set of releases, Microsoft on Tuesday unleashed seven patches, three for critical vulnerabilities, in its June Patch Tuesday round of bug fixes.
While the throngs are going crazy about the new iPhone’s lower cost and faster download speeds, IT professionals are gearing up for more security headaches from the Apple’s latest smart phone.
The Department of Homeland Security has named Mischel Kwon, the chief IT security technologist for the U.S. Department of Justice, as the new head of its U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team.
Microsoft said on Thursday it plans to release seven patches — three of them rated “critical” — in the June Patch Tuesday round of bug fixes next week.
Federated identity management solutions offer the promise of single sign-on, but are slow to see adoption, Jim Carr discovers.
VMware has released updates to its hosted virtualization software products that shore up a variety of vulnerabilities.
Three security researchers in Germany have reportedly broken Microsoft’s CardSpace, which was designed to beef up the security of users’ personal information while browsing the internet.
A California man has been indicted for a scam that bilked $50,000 — a few pennies at a time — from online brokerage companies E-Trade and Schwab.com.
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