At the start of each New Year, the technology industry puts on its biggest show highlighting the possibilities of the future: the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The excitement and optimism that comes with the start of a New Year dovetails nicely with the dreams and promises on display at CES. There’s no other show that…Read More
Malware has long gotten past the gates of IT security by pretending to be something else – perhaps an important billing notice sent via email, or a must-have antivirus solution that will wipe out all problems for free.
An exploit in Mozilla Firefox may be enlisting thousands of PCs into a botnet that scours the Web for vulnerable pages that can be targeted later on by automated SQL injection attacks.
Below are some 2014 online security resolutions that I recommend you consider for you own list. They are based on recent SimplySecurity blogs by Trend Micro employees that have been posted over the past few months. #1– Get or maintain superior security software for your computers and mobile devices that updates regularly and offers more…Read More
An attack on the point-of-sale systems at retail giant Target over the holidays may have exposed sensitive data, including PINs, from tens of millions of payment cards.
Technological alternatives to cash and credit have entered the spotlight in 2013, promising convenience but often delivering security issues.