The search giant will use Postini's hosted security services to protect Google Apps.
Startup Palo Alto Networks proposes a new firewall for detecting sneaky Web 2.0 applications and threats.
Storage and security vendor looks to make it easier for customers to manage their data.
EMC, McAfee and VeriSign demonstrate their commitment to IT security in time for the Gartner IT Security Summit.
The networking giant picks up BroadWare to flesh out its IP video-surveillance portfolio.
The software maker is after $55 million from eight businesses it claims illegally sold its wares.
The systems giant spruces up its digital video surveillance system with analytics.
Group creates specs to manage identities across digital devices and networks.
Watchfire's AppScan Enterprise 5 allows developers to point and click to analyze applications for vulnerabilities.
There is no bullet-proof way to outmaneuver people who want your data. But we need to try.
EMC's security division launches enhancements to its data protection capabilities.
EMC tucks security technologies into its Symmetrix arrays just six months after the RSA purchase.
Symantec and McAfee make some noise about their data protection lines as RSA gets under way.
Caleb Sima, CTO of SPI Dynamics, talks about dealing with the security challenges of Web 2.0.
New and old security vendors prepare to play at RSA Conference 2007. Bill Gates is the keynote speaker.
Company debuts its Intelligent Application Gateway appliance, joining rivals Juniper, Cisco and Aventail in SSL VPN.
New Idemix software aims to provide a curtain for those who purchase goods and services online.
Analyst says IronPort was the right choice for Cisco to get into the e-mail security appliance space.
Presence Technology is the latest startup in a security software market that is expanding even as it shrinks.
The content filtering specialist looks to quash internal security threats with PortAuthority purchase.
Startup Securent promises to bring a tighter degree of security to corporate resources with entitlement management.
Lost laptop getting you down? Seagate won't let users sweat with new DriveTrust security for hard-disk drives.
At Tech Ed, officials unveil the company's new security brand and a plan to prepare for the Web services wave.
Ernst & Young and Hotels.com are the latest corporations to suffer customer data loss through a stolen notebook. Small businesses should stand up and take action.
Software giant plugs in the latest piece of its security puzzle with VPN and firewall maker.
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