A new zero-day vulnerability affecting Windows 7 through 10 was recently disclosed on Twitter. Within two days, security researchers spotted it in the wild.
The traditional Windows device management solutions that IT admins have used for years are evolving into unified endpoint management solutions to fit the needs of today's security landscape.
When integrated with a UEM solution by default, Windows Information Protection (WIP) acts as its own container and maintains a native user experience.
A Colombian security researcher discovered a flaw that could enable attackers to steal Windows NTLM password hashes without any user interaction.
A unified app catalog can help IT leaders properly manage the mobile workforce and secure disparate applications running on different operating systems.
Depending on who you ask, the Fireball malware infected somewhere between 40 and 250 million Windows devices. The potential danger, however, is undisputed.
Outdated software offers familiarity for IT teams, but that's cold comfort when it comes to the hot seat of legal challenges and ransomware infections.
An old Windows bug has resurfaced, causing newer systems to crash or display the blue screen of death. Here's what you need to know.
The Hidden Privacy Issues With Windows 10: The Injection of Ads and How to Improve Your Online Privacy
While its latest editions both feature security enhancements, Windows 10 users should still follow these best practices.
The cybergang known as the Shadow Brokers is allegedly peddling a new zero-day Windows exploit. Is the threat credible enough to warrant blocking SMB?