The top news stories for Dec. 6, 2013.
The end of the year is a traditional time to make predictions for the year ahead. Seven leading IT security companies share their thoughts on what is ahead in the New Year.
A new field guide offers help in identifying the types of people who are behind the threats to your systems. Some are people you know, others you will never meet.
Unguarded machine-to-machine endpoints could lead to network security breaches, malware infection and data leaks for enterprises, warns Kathryn Weldon, principal analyst for enterprise mobility at Current Analysis, in an IT Connection blog.
When it comes to the adoption of mobility, social networks, cloud computing and big data, things may not be as rosy as they seem at many organizations, a new study reveals.
Machine-to-machine communications "as a service" will be one of the key enterprise tech trends for 2014, predicts Verizon.
One of the biggest threats to security in most organizations is the behavior of senior executives, a new study by ThreatTrack Security reveals.
The vast majority of employees have no clue what the BYOD policies are at their place of work, a new study from Ipsos MORE reveals.
A continued threat to company data comes from within--from employees who feel like they live in a "finder's keepers" environment.
CIOs are already wrestling with how to best manage Bring Your Own Device programs. Now comes word that many Gen Y members of your staff may be thwarting all those good efforts.