A week ago Dell admitted it had been shipping PCs with a self-signed digital certificate that – inadvertently – makes it easy for an attacker to impersonate HTTPS-protected websites. A second similar issue popped up a day later. Here's how Dell has responded and what you should do if you have a Dell machine.
Microsoft has released a new opt-in feature for the enterprise that will help cut down on so-called Potential Unwanted Applications.
When you are traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday, you may be tempted to catch up on work or view videos while waiting for your train, plane or other mode of transportation. Here are five tips to use public Wi-Fi safely, offered by Dirk Gates in an InfoWorld article.
The security of DevOps operations has been called into question before, but Soha Systems' CEO believes he has the answer that makes DevOps as – or more – secure than traditional software architecture.
Administrators can now configure Windows Update for Business to delay patches to enterprise-based Windows 10 PCs for up to four weeks.
A new report about police body cameras infected with the infamous Conficker malware could offer a glimpse of the insecure future of Internet of Things devices in the enterprises. According to ZDNet, two system integrators working on a cloud-based storage system for the storing of camera video for the government discovered the malware after they plugged two units of the body cams into a PC.
Its official: Google will be phasing out support for its Chrome browser on Windows XP, Windows Vista, OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, OS X 10.7 Lion, and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion in April 2016.
One in 10 enterprises has at least one compromised mobile device accessing enterprise data, and more than half of enterprises have at least one mobile device that is not in compliance with corporate security policies, according to a report released Tuesday by enterprise mobility management firm MobileIron.
MIT has created a device that will let users see people through walls with a good bit of detail, giving information including who the person is, where they're standing, arm and body movement and even chest movement from breathing. And what is it using for this X-ray vision capability? Wi-Fi signal reflections.
The Xen Project warned about a critical security vulnerability in the Xen hypervisor software, used by the likes of Amazon Web Services.