NSS Labs recently released the results and analysis from its latest Browser Security Comparative Analysis Report, which evaluated the ability of eight leading browsers -- Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Kingsoft Liebao, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Qihoo 360 Safe Browser, and Sogou Explorer -- to block against socially engineered malware (SEM). The use of social engineering to distribute malware continues to account for the bulk of cyber attacks against both consumers and enterprises, thereby making a browser's ability to protect against these kinds of attacks an important criterion for personal or corporate use.
With increased popularity comes more attention from malicious hackers trying to access PII and other sensitive data. It's more critical than ever before to understand how -- and where -- you're storing your data, and the variety of vulnerabilities can exist in the apps in your network. ... More >>
While cyber crime continued to dominate headlines and wreak havoc on organizations of all sizes across nearly every industry in the first half of 2014, it's refreshing to note law enforcement also stepped it up. ... More >>
The patches released by Microsoft for the August Patch Tuesday include nine bulletins (two critical and seven important) and cover 38 CVEs. ... More >>