Cyber-criminals use the quadrennial soccer contest as a phishing lure for unsuspecting victims, while Anonymous supports domestic protesters by defacing Web sites and by launching denial-of-service attacks. More >
The importance of transitioning from IPv4 - with its relatively small number of addresses - to the radically larger IPv6 scheme is well documented. The next big landmark is three months away. On More >
It certainly is good news that AT&T included distributed denial of service attacks (DDOS) protection in the managed firewall service for small- and medium-size companies it introduced last month. More >
Carl Weinschenk spoke to Ciaran Bradley, the vice president of handset security products for AdaptiveMobile. On Dec. 19, the Irish security vendor released a report indicating that the U.S. was the victim of the most SMS spam in the world.More >
Carl Weinschenk spoke with Paul Sop, CTO, Prolexic. The company just released its latest Weather Report, which noted an increased in zombie-based peer-to-peer attacks. Weinschenk: What's More >
Carl Weinschenk spoke with Patrick Audley, CTO, Cogneto. Last month, Cogneto launched a facial recognition system aimed at the banking industry. Weinschenk: How would you characterize the More >
Making the right investments can minimize the cyber risks your organization faces, but this requires looking at the complete picture and not just a few pieces.More >
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