One of the criticisms often leveled at information security vendors is that occasionally marketing hyperbole can creep into their analysis of the threat landscape. Well, one thing’s for sure looking at the latest hard figures on mobile malware – no exaggeration is needed to prove a point. In the newly released Q1 security roundup report,…Read More
Facebook users can now have a more safe and secure online experience thanks to its partnership with Trend Micro. Our free security solution, Trend Micro HouseCall, will be provided to all Facebook users to scan and remove malware from infected accounts. The removal of malware enables users to continue socializing online in a more secure and private…Read More
UPDATE: Webinar has been rescheduled due to an unforeseen scheduling conflict. New date: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at Noon ET So, you’re moving to the cloud. Maybe in small ways… maybe in big. Regardless, you need to know what to do to ensure your applications and data are secure there. The question is – is…Read More
In Part 1 of Remote Help for Family and Friends, I taught you how to install and begin using TeamViewer to provide remote help for your family and friends. In Part 2, I conducted a remote session and actually did some maintenance tasks. Here in Part 3, I’ll show you how to set up Unattended…Read More
Working in Microsoft Azure is exciting. Nowhere was this more evident than at TechEd 2014 – a whirlwind of new features, techniques and designs. Vibhor Kappor has a great summary up on the Azure blog that will help get you up to speed. While you’re reading the announcements, it’s important to keep in mind how security on…Read More
Social engineering is a particularly effective strategy for cybercriminals, who can leverage newsworthy events and popular phenomena to trick end-users into visiting malware-laden sites.
The recent zero-day flaw discovered in Internet Explorer has brought XP – and Windows more generally – back into the spotlight.
Flaws in OAuth and OpenID underscore the lack of incentive among websites to improve their security practices.
If one thing can be said about security in the post-PC era, it’s that things are a lot more complicated and the stakes are much higher. It’s enough to (almost) make you long for the old days of Blaster and NIMDA. Then, you only had one platform to worry about and your losses were primarily…Read More
TechEd is just kicking off in Houston, Texas. It runs today through Thursday, and the schedule is absolutely jam-packed. One of the hottest topics is going to be Microsoft Azure. Along with the new features and functionality on Microsoft Azure, security is going to be top of mind for most people. Keep in mind that…Read More