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Symantec's Enterprise Vault.cloud, AdvisorMail, and Hosted Exchange customers have not been able to access their accounts for more than 12 hours due to a 'service disruption'.
The days of highly integrated, one-brand-fits-all computing are ending fast, and the challenge for the offcuts is to succeed where their lineage failed. But is the biggest split yet to come?
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending October 10, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
Breaking up is hard to do, but it seems it's the season for it with rumours that Symantec is once again weighing up whether to split its storage and security businesses.
Symantec is aggressively pushing its managed security business, and will do so through its newest security operations centre in Sydney.
The notorious Shylock, a dangerous financial Trojan, has been disrupted due to the efforts of police and security experts.
U.S. internet safety giant is suspected of leaving backdoors in data loss prevention software. It denies the allegation.
Australian businesses are paying in excess of AU$1 million in unbudgeted fees as a result of being found for using software beyond licencing agreements.
IBM's new services offer threat detection and critical data protection, while Symantec takes the managed security approach.
Security firm Symantec is showcasing new security solutions designed to protect mobile devices within the enterprise.
The security software firm may be required to cough up as much as US$145 million in damages following an investigation into its sales and pricing practices for government contracts.
While the crime rate appears to have dipped from 48 percent to 37 percent of online users, the cost per victim was the highest worldwide at US$1,158--nearly four times the global average, according to the 2013 Norton Study.
If you have 1.9 million bots at your disposal, which do you think would make more money? Apparently the criminals have figured that out for us.
The latest thing in the antivirus business is an edition that buys you protection on multiple device types, probably Windows, Mac and Android. Kaspersky has released theirs. It's partly a concession of the market failure of products for Mac and mobile.