You visited ‘Simply Security’ (and thanks for that) but you may be confused about this “TM Internally” headline. Perhaps, you were on Facebook or Twitter in Trend Micro land and you clicked on this #trendtern hashtag for curiosity sake. Either way, welcome to the new program from Trend Micro that is actually benefiting the students…Read More
Could your Yahoo! account be up for grabs? Yahoo! recently announced that it will make inactive Yahoo! accounts available for the public. Starting today July 15, anyone can grab Yahoo! IDs that have been unused for the past 12 months. So what does this all mean? Now is the time to revisit the past…Read More
Over the past four years, many things have changed in our Cloud Security Blog has been online – largely because of the evolution of the industry. No longer are we encountering “cloud confusion,” as a couple of our earlier blog posts on cloud-based security and threats from the cloud discussed. The “Cloud” and security within…Read More
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs stores and deals with a lot of sensitive information on veterans and their families every day, so the results of a recent report by the department’s Office of Inspector General is not a welcome sign.
There are a lot of moving pieces when it comes to data center security, so organizations must always be striving to ensure they are putting security as a priority in business.
Android hasn’t been getting the most positive press as of late, but the company may soon be winning the favor of mangers looking for mobile device management and positive BYOD (Bring your own Device) features.
Firewalls have long been a fixture in network and online security, but how will it transition into the new age of technology? Ellen Messmer of Network World wrote that vendors are now trying to build next generation firewalls to help improve cloud and virtualization security.