With all the security breaches, it seems like cybercriminals keep getting through. Malware is evolving to evade detection by traditional defenses.
In response to two attacks, new Internet Explorer exploit mitigations were released to increase the cost of exploiting IE use-after-free vulnerabilities.
Intrusion prevention technology has had to continuously evolve in the past seven years to meet today's network security needs.
The latest IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Report discusses the aftermath of the Heartbleed vulnerability, what organizations can learn and improve upon.
Today's rapidly evolving threat landscape requires advanced, intelligent endpoint protection to prevent APTs and zero-day attacks. Here are three must-have requirements that every organization needs in their endpoint security solution to protect...
What does it take to stop today's extremely motivated and well-trained cyber attackers? Is prevention pretty much dead? Is rapid detection the new prevention? There has been a dangerous shift recently in the prevailing wisdom of the security...
After almost 13 years of Windows XP, Microsoft announced that the still-popular operating system (OS) has reached its end-of-life (EOL). This means that Microsoft will no longer provide patches to new vulnerabilities found in Windows XP.
No, this is not the start of a sci-fi story; it is the reality that enterprise IT security defenders face in 2014.