Intego announces first-ever iPhone malware scanner – really? July 12, 2011 11:49 AM ET Gregg Keizer – COMPUTERWORLD http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9218339/Mac_security_firm_ships_first_ever_iPhone_malware_scanner Follow up on my previous post on the new security flaw discovered in Apple’s iPhone and iPad – see http://bringyourownit.com/2011/07/07/oops-there-is-a-bug-in-my-apple/ With impeccable timing, this morning Intego announded the availability of the “first-ever iPhone malware scanner”. Sure…Read More
On the heels of several high-profile incidents involving government contractors and the embattled News Corporation, law enforcement agencies around the world recently cracked down on cybercriminals, specifically the notorious Anonymous hacking group.
Banking association BIDS, along with the Cloud Security Alliance and the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, have taken preliminary steps for drafting regulation standards.
Malware, spyware, phishing attacks and computer viruses and the cyber criminals that purvey them are threats that stretch across the globe. No one country or internet user is safe, it seems, from the risks that come with surfing the internet.
DroidDream Light continues to plague users of mobile devices based on Google’s Android mobile operating system, as internet security researchers recently discovered a new variant of the malware.
The mobile industry is a beautiful thing. If I sit back and ponder for a minute all of the things mobile technology has enriched in my life, I could easily write a book. The fact that I can take a picture and have it immediately shared to all of my friends and family in seconds…Read More
The application-layer DDoS threat actually amplifies the risk to data center operators. That’s because IPS devices and firewalls become more vulnerable to the increased state demands of this emerging attack vector – making the devices themselves more susceptible to the attacks. Moreover, there is a distinct gap in the ability of existing edge-based solutions to…Read More
Check out the linked article from popsci.com. It reviews how researchers at Microsoft propose using servers installed in office buildings and apartments as “data furnaces” to keep people warm, effectively using what is today waste heat. This kind of thinking can help to prevent implementing “Super Cool Biz” programs in your city, as documented by…Read More
As companies look for ways to stimulate more innovation and efficiency in their operations, many plan to invest more in technological solutions.