Antivirus software plays an important part in protecting users and networks from malware, so installing and keeping it up-to-date is essential in securing computing devices. Yet Linux users believe this OS can only be marginally affected by malicious software. In this Royal Holloway article, we evaluate the effectiveness of some antivirus products.
This expert e-guide explores the value of a comprehensive email security strategy, and compares the pros and cons of various approaches. Discover how you can gain the antispam and antivirus protection you need to keep email threats at bay and productivity high.
This research paper, presented by Trend Micro, examines the ZeuS botnet; a cyber-criminal tool primarily used to steal money. Access this paper now to learn how ZeuS works, who is behind this crimeware, ZeuS variants now emerging and more.
Managing endpoint security is a major challenge for organizations. This expert e-guide, brought to you by SearchCIO.com, offers a five-point solution for managing endpoint security for the hyper-connected enterprise – starting with data governance.
This paper examines that selecting and anti-virus solution for your organization is an important decision. VIPRE Business offers an easy-to-use management console that gets you up and running fast.
It is no longer sufficient to rely on outdated firewall technology that only looks at the port, protocol, source IP and destination IP to determine if a session from the outside should be allowed inside the network.
The Stuxnet worm has received significant media coverage for the large number of different types of systems it has infected. Symantec Corp. published an informative technical write-up that explains Stuxnet in detail and reports that around 100,000 systems have been infected.
This Magic Quadrant is a snapshot of the overall market that ranks vendors against each other, according to competitive criteria. Vendors in any quadrant, as well as those not ranked on the Magic Quadrant, may be appropriate for your enterprise's needs and budget.
Domain controllers have become an increasingly popular target for malicious hackers for its access to an organization’s sensitive and intellectual property. This case study uncovers how one international communications firm was able to protect 225 of its domain controllers using Bit9 Parity for Servers and the key benefits they gained.