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View the original post on site Sony. Anthem. The Office of Personnel Management. Target. Yahoo. The past two years have seen one mega-breach after …

Shavlik and AppSense survey: Security and patch management remain major concerns for companies

Patch and security management take over 8 hours per month for over two-thirds of the companies London, UK – January, 16 2017 – Shavlik, …


The world is taking advantage of the many benefits that the Internet of Things has to offer. However, along with these benefits comes the …


View the original post on site In 2017, most companies have data breach preparedness on their radar. But the threat landscape is ever-evolving. Staying …

Gooligan: Malware is not the only problem

Comment by Dennis Monner, CEO of German security specialist Secucloud Hamburg, Germany. 14 December 2016 – Many users of Android mobiles have been alarmed …

Security vulnerabilities and the cloud redefining software asset management

Latest Software Pricing and Licencing survey from Flexera Software reveals only 29 per cent of enterprises monitor their systems for unauthorised or unlicensed software …

Companies must counter DDoS attacks via webcams and routers with a strategic approach

Hamburg, Germany. 10 November 2016 – After the biggest DDoS attack of all time was reported in late September, cyber-criminals wasted no time in …

Ipswitch MOVEit® 2017 Offers New Levels of Compliance Support in Secure Managed File Transfer

New Features Added to Managed File Transfer Products Help IT Teams Protect Data When Most Vulnerable London, UK. 11th October, 2016 – Ipswitch, the …

Redgate Software makes diagnosing SQL Server problems easier

The latest version of SQL Monitor, the popular SQL Server monitoring tool from Redgate, now lets users analyze SQL Server problems faster and easier …

Closing the Gender Gap in Cybersecurity

CREST releases report exploring the reasons behind the lack of gender diversity in cyber security and looking at ways to drive change 1 September …