With Sonicwall, Dell aims for a bigger share of CIO wallet
Technology : Security & Compliance
Dell wants a bigger share of the CIOs’ wallet, and the latest acquisition of security software maker Sonicwall will help the company expand beyond computer hardware and compete better with rivals.
Security firms warn of malicious QR codes
Attackers can distribute malware by tricking users into scanning fake QR codes that lead to infected sites or applications.
Symantec acquires LiveOffice for $115M
Expands cloud opportunities by providing enterprises with better data protection, establishing retention policies and streamlining eDiscovery process
CIOs will be under immense pressure in 2012: Ovum
Big data, security and cloud identified as IT super themes next year by the research firm.
Five Information security threats that need tackling
Enterprises need to take a broader look at security, and take preemptive measures, say security experts as they list some key security concerns for organizations
IBM strengthens security intelligence, acquires Q1 Labs
The company’s analytics technology can automatically detect and flag actions, such as an employee accessing unauthorized information
Management unaware on state of data centre security
A McAfee study reveals that 60 percent of data centre managers felt that senior executives are largely unaware of how secure their data centres are
Mobile exploits to double
Vulnerabilities and malicious exploits on mobile devices could double by year end, according to a new report from IBM's X-Force security research unit
CA Appoints Tarun Singhal as Director of Communications, Service Providers
Tarun will drive the go-to-market strategy for CA Technologies.
“Mobiles will become the prime cyber crime targets”
Category : Interviews
Carl Leonard, Senior Research Manager, Websense Security Labs speaks on the current and emerging security threat landscape.