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How Traditional Firewalls Fail Today's Networks — And Why Next-Generation Firewalls Will Prevail
sponsored by Dell, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: Learn exactly where traditional firewalls fall short, and discover how next-generation firewalls provide excellent network performance without compromising security. Read this e-book and uncover where traditional firewalls fall short, and how next-generation firewalls fill those gaps.
Posted: 20 Dec 2012 | Published: 20 Dec 2012

Dell, Inc.

Think Your Anti-Virus Software Is Working? Think Again
sponsored by Lumension
WHITE PAPER: Many people who subscribe to anti-virus offers think that's enough, however, studies show that more and more organizations are suffering from attacks because the software is inefficient. In order to prevent attacks, businesses need to take other steps for further protection.
Posted: 13 Jul 2012 | Published: 31 Mar 2011


Online Enemy #1: Blackhole Exploit Kit
sponsored by Threat Track Security
WHITE PAPER: This short white paper offers key insight and advice for combatting Blackhole malware attacks on your organization's machines. Learn how to successfully thwart these types of threats with automated, centralized software patching.
Posted: 29 Apr 2013 | Published: 29 Apr 2013

Threat Track Security

Antivirus Testing and AMTSO Has anything changed?
sponsored by ESET
WHITE PAPER: This paper looks at testing as it was, as it is, and as Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization (AMTSO) would like it to be. Is testing really so difficult? Is it appropriate for the vendors who make the products under test to be so involved in the process of defining good practice?
Posted: 08 Sep 2010 | Published: 08 Sep 2010


When Malware Goes Mobile: Causes, Outcomes and Cures
sponsored by Sophos, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: This whtie paper will review a step-by-step approach you can take in order to strengthen your abaility to ward of malware attacks and keep mobile data secure. Read on to learn about platform specific policies, effective prevention strategies, and more.
Posted: 23 May 2013 | Published: 17 May 2013

Sophos, Inc.

Eight threats your antivirus won't stop
sponsored by Sophos, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: News headlines are a constant reminder that malware attacks and data leakage are on the rise. High-profile incidents that make big news might seem out of the ordinary. Yet businesses of every size face similar risks in the everyday acts of using digital technology and the internet for legitimate purposes.
Posted: 23 Dec 2011 | Published: 23 Dec 2011

Sophos, Inc.

The New Reality of Stealth Crimeware
sponsored by Intel Security
WHITE PAPER: The new reality of crimeware consists of the stealth, creativity and patience of stuxnet, and the commercialism, wide distribution and easy-to-use toolkits of Zeus, making it even more challenging to detect and protect against. Organisations must go beyond the traditional security to ensure their intellectual property is safe.
Posted: 21 Nov 2011 | Published: 21 Nov 2011

Intel Security

Responding to—and recovering from—sophisticated security attacks
sponsored by IBM
WHITE PAPER: In this resource, find four things you can do now to keep your organization safe. Learn what you need to know to effectively respond to and recover from sophisticated security attacks by reading on now.
Posted: 14 May 2013 | Published: 28 Feb 2013


Antivirus: The Hippest New Apple Accessory
sponsored by Threat Track Security
WHITE PAPER: For organizations that have deployed fleets of Macs and iPads/iPhones, protecting sensitive data and intellectual property can be challenging. This resource demonstrates why it is critical that security administrators need antivirus software for their Macs and MDM tools for their iPads and iPhones.
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 | Published: 26 Apr 2013

Threat Track Security

What is FakeAV?
sponsored by Sophos, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: FakeAV, or Fake AntiVirus, is a class of malware that display false alert messages concerning threats that do not really exist. The alerts prompt users to visit a website where they will be asked to pay for these non-existent threats to be cleaned up. Read on to learn where FakeAV comes from, how they act, and how to protect yourself.
Posted: 25 Jun 2010 | Published: 24 May 2010

Sophos, Inc.
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