January 31, 2012As companies around the world bear down to deal with quickly evolving online security threats, a new report from IDC predicts the market for data protection services will surpass $900 million by 2014.
January 25, 2012In a recent survey of 500 IT professionals from organizations that had suffered a breach, Ponemon analysts discovered that just 50 percent of respondents believe their companies had made the "best possible effort" to protect sensitive customer information.
January 23, 2012Web hosting specialist DreamHost has become the latest high-profile victim of an online security breach, this time resetting the passwords for all of its customers after detecting suspicious database activity.
January 19, 2012Perhaps the most objective argument against the bill came from the online security community, which claimed that SOPA provisions would tamper with and disrupt some of the fundamental security and privacy protections embedded in the internet's base architecture.
January 13, 2012After allegedly obtaining the source code behind Symantec Security's antivirus solutions, hackers now claiming that it has uncovered plots by the Indian intelligence community to spy on U.S. diplomatic relations.
January 11, 2012By using memorable material to extend password length beyond a dozen characters, consumers and business professionals would be significantly safer from the advances of popular password cracking tools.
January 04, 2012Although technology experts often treat the allegations made by Anonymous with a certain amount of skepticism, there is reason to believe at least some of the hackers' assertions regarding their Christmas weekend attack on security intelligence firm Stratfor.