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Articles

Proof that Mobile Payments Are Growing: A Super Bowl SNAFU

A mobile payment problem that occurred during the Super Bowl demonstrated significant usage. More >

When It Comes to Cloud Security, It’s All About the People

One report said that by this year, nearly all of cloud security incidents will be the fault of the customer, not the service provider. More >

DDoS Attacks Surging

The biggest concern of DDoS attacks isn’t the frequency with which they are happening but how powerful they’ve become. More >

Windows 10 Forced Upgrade: Fighting Decades-Long Institutional Insanity

If you put aside safety, it is easy to argue that a user-focused company should let users run whatever version of the OS they want to run. But we have to consider security now. More >

PatternEx Applies Artificial Intelligence to IT Security

AI may not solve every IT security issue. But it can go a long way to helping IT organizations address IT security issues at scale. More >

What Anti-Malware Scanning Stats Can Tell Us About Our Lifestyles

Enigma Software, maker of the SpyHunter anti-malware tool, talks about patterns in our computing behavior. More >

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Interviews

Supply Chain Weakens Health Care Sector’s Cyberattack Defenses

The health care sector is an especially attractive target for cyberattacks, and especially vulnerable due to its weakest link: the supply chain.

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Dwelling on Security Concerns Can Stifle Innovation, CTO Says

Wolfram Jost, chief technology officer at the German enterprise software giant, Software AG, shares candid thoughts on security, software and the coming age of platforms.

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Collaboration Between HR, IT Essential to Prevent Data Breaches, HR Exec Says

As the HR director for a data loss prevention company, Jacqui Summons has learned a thing or two about how HR and IT need to interact for the best data security outcome.

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Most Popular Features

6 Devices Poised to Disrupt Your Network in 2016

With all the new products being introduced to company networks, the opportunity for vulnerabilities and security and compliance complications continues to escalate for IT teams.

Windows 10 Forced Upgrade: Fighting Decades-Long Institutional Insanity

If you put aside safety, it is easy to argue that a user-focused company should let users run whatever version of the OS they want to run. But we have to consider security now.

The Human Factor: 5 Security Blunders People Keep Making

No matter how much you nag people, plead with them and warn them, these mistakes and risky behaviors never seem to end.

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