Securing the network won't solve physical security issues.
Every company has precious data it needs to protect. While every organization's needs are unique, some best practices can go a long way toward preventing data leakage.
Up to half of all problems are due to the Oracle software.
The most common software exploit type in the first half of 2011 was associated with vulnerabilities in Oracle's Java Runtime Environment (JRE), according to a Microsoft Security Intelligence Report, released last month.
You better get back to work.
Federal authorities seized control of 150 Web sites known to sell knockoff products today.
The World Wide Web Consortium has released a draft standard for establishing do-not-track preferences of Web users.
Windows 8 will arrive with a promise to minimize the amount of mandatory restarts needed after the installation of monthly and out-of-band Windows updates.
And the security tools don't help much.
An academic study found that various tools designed to provide users with online privacy protections, including Microsoft's, were too difficult to use.
With some help from Microsoft
U.S. federal authorities have taken down a malware operation that has been responsible for infecting millions of computers worldwide.
Thankfully they are on our side.
Microsoft released its security update for November today with only four bulletins -- one item deemed "critical," two "important" and one "moderate."
A workaround released by Microsoft to block a vulnerability that could lead to the Duqu worm installing itself is causing issues with graphics driver managing font displays.
Patch is currently being worked on.
Send them (and me) your horror stories.
Redmond doubles down on its emerging client OS, which promises to support legacy and "Metro style" applications on two different hardware platforms.
Microsoft's free Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) may not operate correctly for some apps.