Offerings for small businesses with big security needs range from a complete hardware solution from Juniper to managed services from KACE.
Secunia's report doesn't measure the severity of security flaws, but it says some interesting things about how the focus of malware attacks has shifted.
Research firm Gartner argues in a new report that servers that are virtualized end up being less secure than before when it comes to network security.
Microsoft proposes throwing malware-infected PCs into quarantine and denying them Internet access. The company also announces availability for its new identity management product.
Obama's Internet security advisor tells RSA crowd they need to secure their data, but his big news was the disclosure of a White House initiative.
Information is gold and cyber villains are getting more aggressive in their attempts to steal it. Data theft requires new ways of thinking, says Symantec CEO Enrique Salem at RSA.
The good news is a white-hat hacker uncovered the vulnerability and has passed on information about the problem. But how soon will it be fixed?
The Apple Snow Leopard update 10.6.2, nearly 500MB in size, offers fixes for 58 bugs.
After logging off the computer and logging back as a guest, users may find their personal data completely erased.
A developer who specializes in iPhone forensics claims that the handheld's encryption technology is implemented poorly.
A new approach to coding the browser may help Microsoft offer more security than has ever been possible with Internet Explorer.
The problems with breaches and computer losses show no signs of ceasing.
After the madness of December, January comes in like a lamb with only one critical fix.
Instead of waiting for a laptop to connect to the Internet, a kill message can be sent via SMS. Finally, texting has a practical use.
Only two fixes, one critical, and neither is in a core operating system or application. Still, don't take them lightly.
Rare out-of-band fix affects all versions of Windows. Fix is available now.
A quick Google search yielded everything the cracker needed to know to reset Palin's Yahoo e-mail password. So what is your mother's maiden name?
Second generation coming next month, Nehalem support due in a year.
UPDATED: Private companies are supposed to follow best practices for internal security. Experts are amazed that San Francisco wasn't doing the same.
UPDATED: Now that they've broken the CAPTCHA system in Gmail, one firm says spammers are exploiting the daylights out of it.
"You can't just throw the data over the fence and hope your problems go away."
Microsoft issues a total of nine fixes for the month, none of them considered critical.
Beyond don't open spam, the company finds that mobile phones are the new target, and guess which country is the second-largest target after the U.S.?
NAD finds Dell had no basis for its claims of the most secure notebooks, just months after it found in favor of Dell over a Lenovo complaint.
A check by security firm, finds a large number of business computer users aren't bothering with important patches.
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