While users have improved when it comes to detecting possible threats on their computers, they may be less wary when it comes to their mobile devices.
A threat intelligence report prepared for the U.K. government suggests IT professionals need better information to protect against cybercriminals.
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Security professionals waste time and money choosing which security alerts to investigate. Automation is a great way to track and analyze threats.
According to an IBM-sponsored Ponemon Institute study on mobile security, apps are being created quickly to meet user demand but are not always secure.
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IT organizations are wasting valuable time and money hunting down false positives while advanced persistent threats evade preventive controls.
Cloud applications have heightened the risks to corporate data posed by insiders with authorized access to enterprise systems, a recent survey shows.
An organization's employees need to be taught proper security principles in order to play their role in keeping the enterprise safe from threats.
The recent breach of JPMorgan Chase's network — one of the biggest in history — may have been caused by malware compromising an employee's PC.