Microsoft’s Cybersecurity Engagement Centre, located in Delhi, aims to build a trusted and secure computing environment, a critical enabler for India’s digital transformation
Microsoft India on Friday launched its first full-scale Cybersecurity Engagement Centre (CSEC) in the country, giving a
Use your personal name in connection with your business but not as a trademark, Intel says
Intel does not object to John McAfee using his personal name in connection with his business, but it objects to the use by the
Oracle’s October security update is one of the largest ever, fixing 253 flaws
Oracle has released another large batch of patches, fixing many critical vulnerabilities in enterprise products that are used to store and work with critical business data.
Microsoft Corp, still stung by accusations that it installed “back doors” for the U.S. government to access customers’ communications, opened a center in Brazil on Wednesday where officials will be able to inspect its programming code, in an attempt to
FireEye and Imperva could be lucrative takeover targets for the networking giant.
Networking equipment giant Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO) generates nearly half of its revenue from routers and switches — two highly commoditized, slow growth markets. Its routing revenue fell 4% last
Democrat Hillary Clinton may not be the only presidential candidate with email server issues. Some of Donald Trump’s businesses are reportedly running insecure and outdated email servers. A security researcher has claimed that some “hotels and businesses” of Trump Organisation’s
For two years, the thieves targeted businesses in small communities stretching from Edmonton northeast to Cold Lake, breaking into businesses, trafficking guns — and stealing ATM machines.
They hit towns like Lamont, Mundare, Goodfish Lake and Saddle Lake, place names
Statistically your company website already has at least one severe flaw – and there could be many more, says Ian Muscat. Why are website vulnerabilities so frequent and on the rise? What should organisations be focusing on and how can
If Verizon Communications really wants to renegotiate its $4.8 billion deal to buy Yahoo’s internet operations, it’s probably going to have a fight on its hands.
Yahoo said on Tuesday that it had actually gained a slight amount of traffic
Fairfield County Bank Insurance Services and Fairfield County Bank hosted two local events educating customers on the potential threats of cybersecurity fraud.
The speakers from Fairfield County Bank included Donald McGran Jr., Security Advisor, and Stephen Wooters, Executive Vice President,
Here’s one of those too-good-to-be-true offers — except it’s true.
Small businesses can get access to free tools to help keep their computer data — and their customers’ information — secure. Those tools are found on the website of the
IF BUSINESSES fail to take cyber security seriously in their business planning, regulators may do it for them the ICAEW has warned.
Richard Anning, head of ICAEW’s IT Faculty, said boards must grasp the nettle and deal with it as
Businesses in the UK could face up to £122 billion in fines for cybersecurity breaches in 2018, according to new findings from the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI).
The increase in fines would come as part of new
Sixty-two percent of organisations leave data protection and availability of in-cloud data to third-party cloud providers.
New research from CTERA Networks has revealed that the protection of cloud-based servers and applications hasn’t fully evolved to meet enterprise requirements for business
Foley & Lardner LLP announced today that Jennifer Rathburn has returned to the firm’s Privacy, Security & Information Management, Technology Transactions and Outsourcing and Health Care Practices as a partner in the Milwaukee office. Rathburn is an established figure in
In all fairness, startups have a lot on its plates.
From raising capital to product development to marketing and public relations to just plain keeping sane, startups are typically very busy places. So while your startup may be struggling to
Black Duck Software started in the open source license compliance and governance space years ago, but the company made a big pivot to security solutions over the last couple of years. Black Duck CEO Lou Shipley told CRNtv that
Dubai, United Arab Emirates- 11 October, 2016- Information security (InfoSec) professionals trust the cloud even less now than they did last year, despite efforts by cloud-service providers to tighten security, according to the results of the second annual Cloud Security
The Government says Kiwi organisations need to up their game when it comes to training their staff on cyber security.
According to new research from Colmar Brunton, only 17% of New Zealanders say they have received training or advice about
We’d all like to believe we are immune to cybersecurity threats, but the truth is that anyone could be hacked at any time. It doesn’t matter if you own a large enterprise company or are an individual doing a little