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Organizations tend to trust manufacturers to ensure hardware in one's IT infrastructure stay safe, but more impetus needed to develop tools to safeguard device integrity, watchers urge.
With many commercial antivirus providers facing a shrinking market share as free software gain in popularity, observers advise that they will need to focus on marketing their level of protection and support.
Launched in partnership with U.K. Citizens Advice Bureau, search giant backs new campaign which aims to educate users by simplifying online risks and security issues.
Disallowing admin rights of employees' endpoint devices not realistic solution to preventing malware threats in today's self-service IT business climate, observers say.
As hard-disk sanitization typically won't work on solid-state drives, organizations should include SSD-specific policies and be able to verify data erasure is clean, researchers urge.
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Propelled by "tremendous and encouraging results" achieved on its consumer antivirus product, security vendor extends reputation-based defense to enterprise offering.
The Federal Government's peak technology strategy group has published a significant new policy that lays out common standards for deploying new desktop PC and laptop environments for the entire public sector in Canberra. However, workers frustrated with their lack of control over their work computer may not find much to like in the document.
Enterprises should be vigilant about security of networked devices including scanners, but enforcing passwords out of the box won't mitigate risk, says security vendor.
Proposal for a global "cyberpeace" treaty has met "a lot of resistance" from industrialized nations, says head of U.N.'s International Telecommunication Union.
Employee abuse of admin privileges remain backburner issue, but companies becoming more sensitive to problem and addressing "super user" risk, observes security exec.
New country-level IT security accreditation aims to address "huge gap" between number of industry practitioners in Singapore and those who possess certified security skills, says president of local professional body.
Government officials from Estonia and Singapore call for coordinated, well-planned cybersecurity responses involving various stakeholders within a country as well as globally to counter sophisticated cyberterrorist networks.
Advancement of IT security tools hasn't stopped users from putting themselves at risk, unwittingly or otherwise. Security experts highlight five most common risky habits they still see today.
Businesses need to invest in an enterprise social network as existing consumer-targeted services are viewed as not safe for work, say market players who offer tips on managing corporate social networks.
Corporate security in Asia-Pacific has made progress over past decade but firms should better align security strategy to business needs to future-proof investments.
Social networking sites are new targets for cybercriminals but users still need to beware of previous security threats such as vishing and spim, caution security experts.
Hearing about the Toyota recall and extent to which the company has gone towards compensating Toyota owners makes me wonder what would happen if software manufacturers had to live up to the standards placed on car companies?Imagine, the letter from Microsoft, for that matter, addressing Windows operators (as the PC Guy attempts to shrug off the consolation of his Mac counterpart):Dear Loyal Windows User (they hope!
Security experts highlight risks enterprises face on social networks and explain why such sites make ideal targets for online criminal activities.
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