Security

Articles

Like Everything Else, Bots Are Going Mobile

Bot developers, like humans, are moving from traditional platforms to mobile, and we should expect to see those numbers grow in the coming year. More >

Router Vulnerability Highlights IoT Security Risks

SEC Consult has identified a vulnerability in NetUSB, which could allow hackers to exploit routers and other IoT devices on the network. More >

SMBs Ignore the Risks of BYOD

Perhaps part of the problem is that no one seems sure about who is in charge of security. More >

ObserveIT Launches Free Security Tool for AWS

ObserveIT CloudThreat for AWS is a free, lightweight agent deployed on an Amazon Linux AMI instance that integrates with the AWS CloudWatch monitoring service. More >

How to Navigate the Common Pitfalls of Security Policy Management

While many companies are deploying the latest and greatest technologies to fight back against cyber attacks, they often neglect security policy management basics. More >

Keeping Security Monitoring In-House Becoming Riskier for Some Businesses

It has become a question of balance and value, with IT organizations being asked to set up and monitor millions of alerts and identify the most important ones in an instant. More >

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Interviews

MacKeeper Has More Work to Do to Clean Up Its Act

A spokesperson from Kromtech Alliance explains how MacKeeper ended up with a tarnished reputation and what the company is doing to fix it.

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A Conversation About Symantec’s 2015 Internet Security Threat Report

A Symantec exec breaks down the three main categories of cybersecurity threats.

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Ignore Solution to Phishing, Spearphishing Risk at Your Peril

Phishing and spearphishing are in the news, and many more frightening attacks will never be widely discussed. Investing in user training is a little-used defense.

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Most Popular Features

Six Mistakes that Lead to Poor Enterprise Software Adoption

Enterprise software development is a massive undertaking. Yet, surveys show that more than half of businesses are flat-out terrible at getting users to adopt new software.

Why HP Is Failing: It Starts with Marc Andreessen and Meg Whitman

HP is failing because the folks who run it don’t know how to run a company like HP. Board members could save it, but maybe they are part of the problem.

Job Interview Tips: Talking About a Horrible Boss

Quick, name a horrible boss you've had (or have). Unless you've yet to hold a job, it's unlikely that you had any trouble bringing a name or two (or three) to mind.

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