Microsoft's latest batch of Intune rollouts includes a number of updates aimed to help companies lock down apps and data on iOS devices.
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Increasing security breaches indicate that any data, once online, will never be completely safe from theft and malicious attacks, so enterprises and users may be better off focusing on risk mitigation.
Windows 10 will build in standards-based two-factor authentication to every device, effectively neutering most phishing attacks and password database breaches. The company also announced new features aimed at securing corporate machines from malware attacks and data leaks.
Yahoo says no customer data was placed at risk after servers were infiltrated by malware -- and the insidious Shellshock bug was not at fault.
Next week's Patch Tuesday updates will include a much-needed fix for Internet Explorer, blocking outdated versions of the Java ActiveX control and closing one of the most popular vectors for installing malware.
Most of the 24 updates are for Windows 8 and other recent versions. We can confirm that the new version of the Malicious Software Removal Tool works with Windows XP.
This offers AWS customers in the region a variety of security modules, such as data encryption, firewall, anti-malware, web reputation and integrity monitoring, and compliance controls.
Anyone who shopped for LaCie products in the last year could be at risk.
With larger and more frequent data breaches, online scammers are able to rely on existing techniques, and have no need yet to move into the realm of mobile malware.
ThreatData essentially pools data related to malware, phishing, and other online risks across the Internet for both real-time and long-term analysis.
A New Zealand security consultant has used a man-in-the-middle proxy to mop up all SSL traffic related to the App Store, updates, iCloud data, and traffic from apps that use certificate pining, such as Twitter.
Personal cloud services, portable storage devices, and email are a company's worst enemies. Malware is much less of a problem than once thought.
A confidential U.S. government report indicates that the Target data breaches were tied to a broader effort against retailers. New malicious software called KAPTOXA led the attacks.
Security updates for Windows XP will end this April, but updated anti-malware signatures for the operating system will continue for another year.
In addition to the four security updates there will be 14 non-security updates plus the new Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT).
According to new research, enterprise malware analysts often address data breaches which are kept under wraps by companies.
Facebook's latest engineering updates should mean faster operations on servers (and then the front-end portals on desktop and mobile screens) in the long run.
Search giant updates its cloud-based big data analytics service, adds tiered pricing for heavy users.
Despite Microsoft's response to the rise of AutoRun malware infections in February, 2011, according to ESET's recently released telemetry data for 2012, the infection vector tops their chart for a second year in a row.
The updates will make it easier to manage fast-moving and voluminous data, Oracle claims.
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