What can you do to reduce your risk from Heartbleed? eSecurity Planet has got you covered.
Enterprises with IT security staffs should find it easy to implement the patch for the Heartbleed vulnerability. But small companies may struggle to protect their websites and customers, experts say.
Microsoft has ended official support for Windows XP. What does that mean for the security of the world's ATMs, most of which run XP?
Data breaches and data losses are just the beginning when it comes to cyber insurance. Policies may also cover such items as data forensics.
User passwords are often a weak link in the corporate security chain. How can security pros make users adhere to strong password policies?
Database usage is on the rise, as well as the applications that interconnect databases, meaning that SQL injection should still be a top concern for IT security pros.
Don't hate Dropbox. New approaches are evolving to help security teams deal with threats posed by cloud file sharing in the enterprise.
Protecting your data is one thing, but what about insuring it? If you are considering cyber insurance, here are some facts you need to know.
Here are three do's and two don'ts for responding to a data breach.
Even security-conscious enterprises like Yahoo can be compromised by attacks in which ad servers are used to deliver malware. How can you fight this 'malvertising' threat?
Using incident management to respond to data breaches quickly and effectively can help ensure a company's stock price does not decline in the wake of a breach.
Bitcoins have the potential to revolutionize business payment transactions. But they also have some security shortcomings. Here are 10 tips for keeping Bitcoins secure.
In the wake of revelations about NSA backdoors in encryption systems, organizations must do everything they can to ensure their encryption is as strong as possible.
Employee education can help prevent data breaches caused by the loss or theft of unencrypted devices, and employee monitoring is a key strategy for fighting insider theft.
Just 16 percent of adults who use mobile devices for work wipe data from old devices when they get a new one. It's important to educate employees about the BYOD risks this creates.
Hackers have found many ways to exploit digital certificates. What can you do to defend yourself against digital certificate risks?
Employees want to bring their own devices (BYOD) to the office. But are some mobile devices more secure than others?
In this second of two parts, we present more advice for security pros based on data breaches that occurred in November 2013, here focusing on how to fight hackers and malware.
In this first of two parts, we look at what security professionals can learn from data breaches that occurred in November 2013.
Despite the risks of not making security policies central to enterprise BYOD and mobility programs, many organizations are ignoring this best practice.
Hackers like the Syrian Electronic Army are finding weaknesses to exploit in the Domain Name System. Here's how to keep your organization from falling victim to a DNS attack.
As an annual contest shows, social engineering can be an effective way for hackers to obtain sensitive data. Training is one of the best ways to fight social engineering.
Dropbox lacks security features required by many enterprises. Here are tips for evaluating enterprise file sharing software, a good alternative for many companies.
Mobile and cloud-based apps create new vulnerabilities, which makes it more important than ever for developers to make their code more secure.
Want employees to pay attention to security awareness training? Make it accessible, pervasive and targeted to your audience.
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