Companies face complicated buying decisions when it comes to buying host-based antimalware. Should you purchase a protection suite? What should you include in that all-in-one package? Read this guide for helpful information about purchasing antimalware products.
We present a cloud-computing-based architecture that improves the resiliency of the existing solutions anti-malware solutions, and we describe our prototype that is based on existing Intel platforms.
Malware is becoming ever more sophisticated every day. Only through effective tools that incorporate fast responses against all categories of malware will organizations be able to maintain the health of their critical business systems.
This issue of Information Security magazine explores the outsourcing of security services and the managed security service provider (MSSP) landscape. Also explored are key tips for managing big data privacy concerns, how antivirus evasion techniques show the ease with which attackers bypass detection, and much more.
Taking your network offline might sound like the only effective way to keep viruses and other so-called malware out of your business. But even without the internet, there are still plenty of ways for malicious code to worm its way onto your network. Read this quick white paper for an overview of the main threats and how to protect against them.
With exploits for known vulnerabilities unleashed on the Internet within as little as 5 days from the release of new patches from Microsoft, it is imperative your desktops and servers be regularly updated to keep them safe from attack.
Waingels College in Wokingham is a successful secondary school with almost 500 workstations and servers across the campus. They are challenged with maintaining the efficient running of back office and classroom systems with limited ICT support resources. Read this short case study to learn more about how Waingels College manage their IT security.