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In light of all the security breaches last year, companies are looking for ways to protect their own and their clients' data.
Facebook includes an option to limit readership of your posts to specific groups, but you have to remember to use it. Other social media sites may not offer similar protection.
One of the most vexing problems created by the fast-evolving Internet of Things is h
Corporate data doesn't stay on the desktop computer anymore.
Auditing and business-services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) today said it's built its next-generation authentication system by swapping out employees' older software-based private-key certific
The council recommends that the feds retire within two years "unsupported and insecure operating systems," including Windows XP, and move to new versions of Windows, Linux, and Mac OS, as well as p
With the threat landscape expanding in every direction, it's never been more necessary for companies to ensure that their proprietary data is protected from the growing army of saboteurs intent on
Two of the most talked about events at this year's RSA conference were the executive order from the President to increase cyber security in the U.S., and the report from Mandiant which traced hacke
In the light of several high-profile breaches of financial institutions, Wave’s Greg Kazmierczak takes time to weigh in recently with Inforsecurity Magazine, saying “There is no such thing as fool-