@Internet security
Check Point Adds Security Controls for 50K Apps
by CXOtoday Staff    Nov 24, 2009
Category : News & Analysis
Check Point Software Technologies will add security controls for over 50,000 Web 2.0 widgets and more than 4,500 Internet applications. The company has completed the acquisition of an application classification and signature database from...
AVG Launches AVG 8.5 for Indian SMEs
by CXOtoday Staff    Jun 11, 2009
Category : News & Analysis
Security solutions provider AVG Technologies, has officially entered the Indian market with its security software AVG 8.5. the software is available for free and targets home and SMB users.JR Smith, CEO at AVG Technologies said, ...
Tags: Anti-virus, AVG
Consumers Wary of Online Transactions
by CXOtoday Staff    Mar 10, 2009
Category : Banking
There is a lot of uncertainty in performing online financial transactions, according to F-Secure's annual Online Wellbeing survey. The survey finds that the majority of respondents are still apprehensive about using their credit cards over...
Protecting Business from Man-in-the-Middle Attacks
by CXOtoday Staff    Feb 27, 2009
Category : News & Analysis
A new man-in-the-middle (MITM) type of attack has recently come to light. It differs from traditional MITM attacks, which rely on a user being fooled into going to the wrong Web site.  What makes this attack different is that the...
Lessons from '08 for '09
by Ajay Verma    Dec 26, 2008
Category : News & Analysis
As the New Year approaches we must prepare for new Internet security threats. Every year, new and innovative ways of attacking computer users emerge and continue to increase in volume and severity. Trend tracking has shown that in 2008, the...
Working from Cyber Cafes gets Safer
by CXOtoday Staff    Nov 12, 2008
Category : News & Analysis
A new anti-virus product may soon secure public terminals and ensure that users get a worry-free experience when working from cyber cafes. The product, called DeepFreeze, has been developed by Canada-based Faronics and will be marketed in India...
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