Security incident and event management (SIEM) products are no longer just for large enterprises. This article will help determine if SIEM is for you.
Database security has never been more important, given the high value hackers place on data. These database security best practices will help protect your data.
There are some new application security threats in town, and they are pretty scary.
Patch management software automates patch management, one of the most important security tasks in any organization.
Many security experts prefer open source software like VeraCrypt, which can be used to encrypt flash drives, because of its readily available source code.
Using SQL injection hackers can wreak havoc on databases and data-driven applications. Fortunately there are ways to reduce SQL injection risk.
Full disk encryption software offers valuable protection for data on laptops. These seven FDE solutions are worthy of consideration.
Automated penetration testing tools and open source tools, especially those in Linux security distributions, are invaluable aids for internal pentests.
A penetration test is only as good as the company conducting it. Here is everything you need to know to find the right penetration testing company.
Identity authentication is especially important for high-value transactions, so it is important to get it right.
Identity and access management (IAM) for third-party organizations is a tough security challenge. Gartner's Felix Gaehtgens offers tips that will help.
Here is solid advice for evaluating a next-generation firewall (NGFW), from features to consider to questions to ask.
Cloud access security brokers are a relative newcomer to the enterprise, but cloud security concerns will drive rapid adoption of CASBs.
Have you hardened your Windows file servers yet? Follow these steps to make sure your sensitive files are adequately protected against unauthorized access.
As with any nascent technology, container security is a concern. Three initiatives can help organizations boost container security.
Though some early open source vulnerability assessment tools went the proprietary route, you do still have open source options.
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks can wreak havoc on your business. What can you do to stop a DDoS attack?
Open source vulnerability assessment tools are a great option for organizations that want to save money or customize tools to suit their needs.
While proprietary vendors dominate the intrusion prevention and detection market, open source software plays a key role.
It's now even easier to use the open source Wireshark tool to analyze network traffic at the packet level, thanks to a recent upgrade.
The breach prevention and detection market is dominated by names like Symantec, McAfee and Juniper, but open source tools are also popular.
The open source network security tool's latest version offers significant improvements.
Apple and enterprise IT teams discourage jailbreaking Apple devices – and with good reason. But is jailbreaking always a bad thing?
Two serious bugs later, almost no one thinks it is a good idea to use TrueCrypt. But what are your options?
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