In this special issue, we are revealing the winners of our Security 7 awards. Discover which
outstanding information security professionals were recognized for their contributions.
Audit and compliance planning, Choosing security services, End user training and awareness, Risk assessments and metrics, Writing and enforcing policies
Windows patch management, Microsoft endpoint security, Microsoft IAM, Microsoft management issues, Microsoft security threat management
Intrusion prevention, Integrating security into networks, Managing firewalls, Network access controls, Wireless network security
Antimalware, Configuration and patch management, Security systems integration, Security vulnerability management
Threat experts at RSA Conference 2015 say today's most dangerous attack techniques reflect a shift toward long-duration attacks that are often nearly impossible to detect.
Millennials are hesitant to pursue a career in cybersecurity, mainly because they aren't sure exactly what the job entails -- and if they have the proper training for it.
The U.S. government wants to solve the weaknesses in online ID proofing systems, but it needs the help of enterprise and security professionals in order to overcome privacy concerns and other issues.
At RSA Conference 2015 Microsoft expanded its bug bounties. The program will now include three new products, including Azure and Hyper-V.
At RSA Conference 2015 security officials from Microsoft, Google and more discussed cloud security and privacy improvements and top threats today.
Vast private cloud infrastructure can be detrimental to an organization. Expert Ed Moyle looks at how and when to consider cloud consolidation to reduce cloud creep.
Google is closing the gap on Apple when it comes to mobile OS security, but Android is still more vulnerable to malware and corporate data loss than iOS.
BlackBerry's focus on software and services continues with an acquisition that gives customers a secure enterprise file sync-and-share tool.
The standardization provided in iOS makes it easier to manage than Android, but Google is quickly catching up with new features such as Android for Work.
Heimdal Security researchers have found new cases of the nesting-doll financial malware, while Fortinet researchers peel back the layers to reveal its surprising intricacies.
A new Symantec report shows a significant fall in banking malware infections in 2014, but the company warns that malware remains a threat to financial firms.
Banks are rushing to fix sloppy authentication processes at the heart of rising Apple Pay fraud. Experts also worry about potential fraud with other mobile payment systems.
Smartphone and tablet use in the enterprise can help boost productivity, improve employee satisfaction and lower costs. However, it is also fraught with risk. Expert Lisa Phifer discusses the risks and rewards of going mobile in the enterprise.
Bring your own device has a number of inherent security challenges. Expert Lisa Phifer explains how a mobile device management product can help your enterprise conquer BYOD risks.
Cloud-based data loss prevention can be a worrisome option for some. Kevin Beaver explains how to measure the risk vs. reward of cloud-based DLP.
India is moving towards a digital future with dreams of smart cities, but Indian IT companies seem to be unconscious to the need for data security
Chinese mobile phone maker Xiaom is to set up a datacenter in India to allay fears over data security raised by the Indian Air Force (IAF).
Detecting fake websites needs to be part of all companies' security strategies, according to security and domain name experts.
Gem Barrett shares how she finally has a job she loves after training as a web developer through the Open University
Hackers accessed confidential emails of the US president when they breached White House computer networks in late 2014
Google misses analysts' $17.5bn target but reports 3.7% profit increase through growth in mobile ad sales