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Kaspersky launches anti-virus product for Windows servers
Kaspersky Lab has released an anti-virus product aimed at large businesses running Windows servers.
Oct 19 2007 11:22AM
SME security budgets on the up next year
IT security budgets for small and medium-sized businesses are set to rise next year, according to new research by Astaro.
Oct 19 2007 10:06AM
SMBs susceptible to virus and spyware attacks
Seventy per cent of small and medium-sized businesses have experienced a spyware or virus attack in the last three months, new figures suggest.
Oct 18 2007 10:10AM
Volume of backup data disrupts business ops
Nearly two thirds of IT executives believe the volume of data they have to back up is disrupting their business operations, according to new research out today.
Oct 18 2007 10:09AM
ISF releases new good practice standard
The Information Security Forum (ISF) has revised its good practice guidelines.
Oct 17 2007 10:07AM
Nine out of ten websites are at risk
As many as 90 percent of websites have serious vulnerabilities that make them a target for online attacks, according to research by WhiteHat Security.
Oct 17 2007 9:39AM
Kaspersky boosts security offering with PhishTank database
Kaspersky Lab has added new anti-phishing databases to its internet security product.
Oct 15 2007 9:50AM
European consumers split on data privacy issues
A gap has emerged between the views of consumers in the UK and continental Europe on data privacy and dependable IT, a new report suggests.
Oct 15 2007 9:48AM
Phishing levels reach all time high
A record number of phishing attacks were detected last month, according to the latest report by RSA.
Oct 15 2007 9:45AM
Verizon opens up security suite to trial users
Verizon has offered users the opportunity to access its internet security suite for a trial period of one month.
Oct 12 2007 10:55AM
Office-based employees pose greater threat than remote workers
Nearly half of companies believe office-based employees pose a greater threat to the corporate network than remote workers, a new poll reveals.
Oct 11 2007 2:14PM
McAfee updates extrusion prevention product
McAfee has released an update of its extrusion prevention product.
Oct 11 2007 2:12PM
Oracle agrees to buy LogicalApps
Oracle has agreed to acquire LogicalApps, a provider of automated governance, risk and compliance (GRC) tools.
Oct 11 2007 2:11PM
Fortify identifies open-source software vulnerabilities
Hackers using a new class of vulnerabilities are targeting organisations using open-source software to develop custom programs, Fortify Software has warned.
Oct 10 2007 11:29AM
Marshal unveils email security appliance
Marshal has released an email security appliance aimed at system administrators.
Oct 10 2007 11:28AM
Google boosts security in hosted applications
Google has added Postini's email security and compliance services to its hosted applications, a month after acquiring the company for US$625 million.
Oct 10 2007 11:19AM
Blue Coat adds real-time anti-phishing technology
Blue Coat Systems has added real-time anti-phishing protection to its web filtering product.
Oct 10 2007 11:08AM
Symantec adds bot intelligence to managed service
Symantec has announced that it has integrated bot intelligence into its managed security service.
Oct 9 2007 12:54PM
Juniper Networks unveils enhanced access control product
Juniper Networks has revealed new features in its access control system.
Oct 9 2007 12:49PM
(ISC)2 launches online resource centre
Industry body (ISC)2 has launched an online resource centre to help organisations promote information security to employees.
Oct 9 2007 12:48PM
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