Cyber threat intelligence specialist Lookingglass Cyber Solutions has released the results of a study on global financial institutions and the risks introduced by their partners and providers.
It makes for quite scary reading, with analysis revealing that 100 percent of the third-party networks sampled showed signs of either compromise or increased risk.
The Pony botnet malware has been around for a while but continues to cause problems and is moving into new areas.
Researchers from Trustwave have revealed on the company's blog that Pony malware has stolen the login credentials and digital wallets of thousands of people over a four month period.
If you can never decide whether to take the notebook or the tablet with you when you go out, HP may have the machine for you.
Its new Pavilion x360 is a convertible PC with a 360-degree hinge so you can use it as a conventional notebook, a tablet, or in what the company calls "tent mode". Sadly this means only that you can stand it up on a table not actually go camping under it.
One of the key tasks in investigating network security breaches is being able to capture packets to allow a thorough understanding and quick resolution of the problem.
Network management specialist Emulex Corporation has used the RSA Conference to announce its Endace Fusion Connector for Sourcefire Defense Center, which allows 100 percent packet capture at speeds of up to 100Gb Ethernet.
San Diego-based Astute Networks is announcing a new software release for its ViSX family of performance storage.
ViSX OS 5.0 adds Network File System (NFS) v2, v3, and v4 to its existing iSCSI support. The ViSX range also now offers an expanded range of capacity options to meet the growing demand for high application performance in both physical and virtual environments, including OpenStack support for cloud deployments.
Technologies like BYOD, mobility, cloud computing, and internet usage, as well as internal actions both accidental and malicious, introduce organizations to a multitude of new risks.
One of the problems with migrating systems to the cloud is ensuring a consistent means of access for users in different locations and with different devices.
Cloud services provider dinCloud has an answer in the form of webHVD, an HTML 5 virtual desktop that’s fast secure and easy to deploy.
A majority of organizations acknowledge that they’re unprepared to deal with security breaches via their BYOD technology.
A new survey released by security awareness training specialist KnowBe4 shows that 53 percent of businesses aren't properly prepared to deal with hacked or stolen mobile devices, even though 50 percent indicated that company-owned tablets, notebooks or smartphones may have been hacked in the past year.
In today's complex cyber threat landscape it can be difficult and costly to investigate and respond to security incidents.
IT departments are often too focused on getting systems back online to spend time looking into the cause of the problem. With its new InSight platform AccessData wants to help enterprises better manage their data risks.
Mobile advertising company InMobi has announced the results of its 2014 Mobile Media Consumption Report.
Based on research covering over 14,000 respondents in 14 countries, the findings show that we’re increasingly living in a "mobile first" world with 60 percent now using a mobile as their primary or only means of going online.
The cloud is increasingly popular with businesses because of its flexibility and low infrastructure costs, however, it does present risks when compared to running systems in house.
A new product from California-based Skyhigh Networks is aimed at quantifying the risks associated with public cloud services and takes the guesswork out of understanding and managing them.
When it comes to invoicing and accounting packages for smaller enterprises QuickBooks is one of the first names that comes to mind
Now analytics specialist InsightSquared has launched a SaaS package for QuickBooks that lets users have immediate access to financial dashboards and reports, in addition to sales & marketing data.
Effective financial planning and budgeting is essential for all businesses, but the software needed to support it can be expensive.
ERP specialist Oracle has released its Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service to help businesses harness the power of integrated financial planning cost effectively and fast.
As businesses move their data to the cloud they can often be caught out by the need to comply with audit and usage reporting requirements.
Cloud security specialist Elastica has a solution to this with its new CloudSOC product which helps companies and employees use the cloud whilst remaining secure and compliant.
According to data from market intelligence specialist IDC worldwide shipments of personal and entry level storage (PELS) grew by 13.6 percent in 2013.
By the end of the year 75.2 million units had been shipped. Shipment values were up too, growing 6.2 percent over the year to reach $6.7 billion.