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IBM Security Systems Fights Complexity with Consolidation

November 7, 2012
A year ago, IBM consolidated its security efforts into one omnibus umbrella. Is this approach working?
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Quarri Offers Server-based Approach to Web Browsing

November 5, 2012
Instead of relying on users, new technology from Quarri Technologies automatically delivers secure, policy-based Web browsing from a server.
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Is OpenStack Cloud Platform Secure?

October 19, 2012
Security efforts are ramping up as adoption of the OpenStack cloud platform grows.
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October Patch Tuesday: Microsoft Enforces 1024-bit RSA Keys

October 9, 2012
Microsoft releases seven bulletins addressing 20 security issues in Windows, SQL Server and Office.
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Cyber Crime: Is Cost Going Up?

October 8, 2012
New HP/Ponemon study says cybercrime getting costlier, though an earlier Symantec/Ponemon study found a decline in cost of data breaches.
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APTs Target Mac Users

October 3, 2012
The facts are in, and the malware myth that Mac users are not at risk from advanced persistent security threats has been busted.
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SecTor: Old Security Vulnerabilities Live On

October 2, 2012
Security researcher identifies security vulnerabilities from the 1990s that still persist today.
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Adobe Cracks Down on SSL Fraud

September 28, 2012
Adobe code signing certificate set to be revoked.
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Microsoft Releases Out-of-Band Update for IE Flaw

September 21, 2012
Five zero-day vulnerabilities get patched in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser.
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iOS, Android Vulnerabilities Found at HP's Mobile Pwn2Own Event

September 21, 2012
Both iOS and Android fall to hackers at the HP-sponsored mobile Pwn2own event. NFC is not to blame, or is it?
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IBM: SQL Injection Vulnerabilities on Decline

September 20, 2012
Bad news: 2012 could be a record year for new security vulnerabilities. Good news: SQL injection, one of the most common issues, is finally leveling off.
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Bromium vSentry Defends Enterprises with Microkernel Virtualization

September 19, 2012
Microkernel-based virtualization approach hits general availability. But can it stop all malware?
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Mobile Emphasis at HP's Pwn2Own

September 17, 2012
HP puts over $200,000 on the line, in an effort to find mobile vulnerabilities.
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(ISC)2: Execs Must Buy Into IT Security

September 14, 2012
The executive director of the world's largest IT security organization wants CEOs to realize that IT security makes a difference to the bottom line.
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Apple Fixes 163 Flaws in iTunes

September 13, 2012
Apple's massive iTunes update tackles security flaws that have been known for over six months.
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Microsoft Fixes Measly 2 Flaws for September Patch Tuesday

September 11, 2012
With one of the lightest security patches in months, some security researchers wonder if Microsoft is leaving some bugs unpatched.
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HP Takes Aim at Printer Security

September 11, 2012
HP enhances security portfolio with ArcSight and a brand new IPS system
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Why Are Web Applications a Security Risk?

September 7, 2012
The CTO of Qualys explains how the shift from traditional to Web applications will require developers to raise their security games.
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NSA: Building a More Secure Android

August 29, 2012
They're from the government, and they're here to help secure the Android kernel.
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