All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Security’
The new Firmware 2.0 upgrade for Sony’s PSP system has some interesting new features such as a new integrated web browser, and increased Wi-Fi security.
Microsoft Business Solutions CRM proved to be a reliable solution in the whole spectrum of industries and market niches: transportation & logistics, education, recruiting & placement, supply chain management, pharmaceutical, oil & gas, aerospace & defense, manufacturing, wholesale & retail.
John Negroponte just got a lot more power. The White House announced today that the director of national intelligence will be given clear authority over the national security operations of the Federal Bureau of Investigation as well as the Central Intelligence Agency.
As you probably know by know, MasterCard reported a breach in its security on Friday, and credit card issuers still don’t know for sure which customer accounts were affected.
David LeBlanc joins Henry “Ric” Rodriguez III at anti-spyware firm Webroot as new executives.
We’ve heard from AOL about the security issues. Updating to Netscape 8.0.1 makes it as safe as Firefox 1.0.4.
Six Central American presidents recently joined President George W. Bush at the White House as he defended the Central American Free Trade Agreement.
Taking a stab at the security world and, further, a punch at anti-virus giants Symantec and McAfee, Microsoft said it will release Windows OneCare, a subscription PC tuneup and firewall service to ride along with virus and spyware protection.
Your computer is full of confidential data, hard work, and critical information. Hackers, thieves and scammers are itchy to get their fingers into this treasure trove.
Networking juggernaut Cisco Systems Inc. will unveil their newest offering in the world of networking technology during Cisco CEO John Chambers’ keynote address at Interop this morning. The ASA 5500 combines many new features in a sleek new device for organizations that like to one stop shop.
Microsoft and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce have put together a new guide for small business to show them how to handle phishing and Spyware and viruses and the myriad other problems in dealing with security on the internet.
Yesterday, Microsoft made the Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, which addresses a number of security issues, available to public.
The back and forth between Apple’s iTunes and the makers of the PyMusique hack continues. On Monday, news broke of PyMusique and its capability to block the installation of iTunes DRM files, which are placed on songs while they are being downloaded.
The California-based, portable storage producing SanDisk has enhanced their flash drive line-up, offering a 2-gigabyte model.
PAM is the Pluggable Authentication Module, invented by Sun. It’s a beautiful concept, but it can be confusing and even intimidating at first. We’re going to look at it on a RedHat system, but other Linuxes will be similar – some details may vary, but the basic ideas will be the same.
Postini released an annual report on the state of email security that points to dramatic vulnerabilities for small businesses.
Greg Hoffman: “The company has been around for 15 years but blogging has helped brand our company as the premier Security Awareness team in the industry; all while saving us time and money.”
Microsoft Great Plains has tens thousands of installation across the USA as well as in Australia, New Zealand, Spanish speaking South America, UK, Poland, Middle East and South Africa.
Esmertec announced a collaboration with Gemplus International S.A., the world’s largest provider of smart card solutions, to integrate Gemplus’ SIM-based implementation of the SATSA standard, SIM2METM (SIM to Mobile Equipment), into Esmertec’s Jbed platform.
Network attacks against critical infrastructure providers such as utilities, telecommunications companies and government agencies surged 55 percent from July to August, according to IBM’s Global Security Intelligence Services.
The AOL and NCSA Online Safety Study – conducted by technical experts in the homes of 329 typical dial-up and broadband computer users – found that most computer users think they are safe but lack basic protections against viruses, spyware, hackers, and other online threats.