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Enterprise users and their data have never been further apart.
Business pressures that keep employees out of headquarters and close to customers and partners have met head-on with other drivers that are bringing far flung …Read full article » Middle East: Tuesday, September 01 - 2009 @ 09:53
The corporate IT environment has changed irrevocably over the last few years. Threats are no longer high-profile viruses that spread themselves obviously to millions of internet users for maximum publicity.
Remote working, the use of endpoint …Read full article » Middle East: Wednesday, August 26 - 2009 @ 15:59
With one new web page infected every 4.5 seconds, the web is now the number one vector of attack for cybercriminals.
Taking advantage of web infrastructure vulnerabilities, particularly the ever-increasing capability for user-submitted content, hackers are …Read full article » Middle East: Wednesday, August 26 - 2009 @ 10:00
After years of battling intrusions, viruses, and spam, organisations now find themselves wrestling with a relatively new but hugely significant security issue: data leakage.
IDC’s survey identified intellectual property as the most common type of information …Read full article » Middle East: Tuesday, August 25 - 2009 @ 16:56
K-12 schools are particularly at risk from web-delivered malware – and it is often introduced by the very people they need to protect: students.
Unlike corporate environments, where adult users have jobs, salaries and reputations to …Read full article » Middle East: Monday, August 24 - 2009 @ 16:38
Access requests can come from anyone and anywhere, which is why organizations are turning to network access control (NAC) technologies.
This paper discusses why NAC is important and how it should be implemented on the …Read full article » Middle East: Sunday, August 23 - 2009 @ 16:02
Malware has become increasingly sophisticated, devious and stealthy while growing from a pattern of sporadic spikes to a constant deluge of new and unusual attacks.
There are as many ways of securing a business as there …Read full article » Middle East: Sunday, August 23 - 2009 @ 12:06
Email is now central to the day-to-day operation of practically all organisations, regardless of size or sector.
Yet, while it is far too important to lock down, email poses a large enough risk where it …Read full article » Middle East: Thursday, August 20 - 2009 @ 11:34
The nine companies interviewed for this study had previously been running Symantec’s or McAfee’s anti-virus product before switching to Sophos Endpoint Security and Control.
The results show that the value of switching to and managing endpoint …Read full article » Middle East: Wednesday, August 19 - 2009 @ 16:20
The primary reason for an organisation to buy an endpoint security solution is to protect its network, systems and data from malware.
It is tempting, therefore, to base an assessment of potential solutions largely on …Read full article » Middle East: Tuesday, August 18 - 2009 @ 13:05