Cyber attacks grow increasingly "reckless"
Some of today's national cyber actors don't seem to be bound by any sense of restraint
Virus found in Mideast can spy on bank transactions
Dubbed Gauss, the virus may also be capable of attacking critical infrastructure and was very likely built in the same laboratories as Stuxnet
Symantec replaces CEO, says company has underperformed
The company said in a statement on Wednesday that Enrique Salem stepped down, effective immediately, ending a three-year term.
Use backup to get out of troubled waters
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Technology : Storage & Data Management
Enterprises may be producing more information every year, but they’re also struggling to effectively store and organize it
Symantec anti-virus update makes some PCs inoperable
A bug in an update of Symantec Corp's anti-virus software caused some Windows PCs to crash
CIOs want vision and roadmap from infrastructure management providers
Infrastructure management will become the critical technology for organizations to operate effectively and enable business agility, says Ovum.
India Inc spends an average of Rs. 5.35 crore to remediate a data breach
Malicious attacks are the costliest type of data breach in India, says Symantec study.
Despite risks, India Inc.embracing mobility: Symantec
Mobile computing, with its clear business benefits, has caught the imagination of the Indian business world and is here to stay.
Symantec PCAnywhere source code made public
A hacker, who claimed possession of the source code, demanded $50000 in exchange for not making it public.
Symantec advises users to disable pcAnywhere software
Symantec pcAnywhere is susceptible to local file tampering elevation of privilege attempts and remote code execution attempts, says the company