Assessing and Managing Risk
Threats and Vulnerabilities
News roundup: New research highlights the changing nature of DDoS attack frequency and methodology. Plus: New malware strains double in second half of 2014; two new address bar spoofing vulnerabilities.
As privacy and security concerns rise, President Obama is urged to dismiss the call for government backdoors.
Cisco network security involves numerous users and products; Martin Roesch explains why the huge amount of data that results from this is a good thing.
AWS WorkMail is set to compete with Microsoft Outlook, but how does it compare security-wise? Expert Dan Sullivan explains.
Google Cloud Platform has its own Web application security scanner, but are in-house scanners better than third-party scanners? Expert Dave Shackleford examines.
Public cloud providers were forced to reboot their cloud instances to implement Xen hypervisor security updates. Learn what these updates mean for public cloud security.
Rather than focusing on gaining access to users' devices, MAM puts the power squarely in IT's hands to protect mobile applications on any device.
When email wasn't getting the job done anymore, Keolis turned to collaboration software and cashed in on the results.
Organizations will be left in the dust if IT doesn’t keep up with the pace of mobile change.
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.
Salesforce Foundation offers CoderDojo a helping hand as the charity’s CEO and the foundation's director share their plans with Computer Weekly
The future of service delivery and policy making will be more focused around an agile approach, said Cabinet Office minister Matthew Hancock
Further evidence has emerged of the extent to which Microsoft lobbied the UK government over its policy on open standards