By: - Dir. Solutions Marketing

Infosec Haiku

June 16th, 2014

Anata no joho sekyuritei konshu no haiku Cycle of IT Insource: Provides Surety Outsource: Saves Money   ### Notes ### * Thanks to Ms. Etsuko vdH for the translation. * Thanks to everyone who’ve contributed their haikus … watch this space to see if yours is published. * Submit Your Own … if yours is [...]



By: - Technology Reporter

@jleclaire

Why the MDM Rush?

June 16th, 2014

With mobile devices continuing to drive consumer and enterprise marketplace trends, there is no lack of Mobile Management Device (MDM) vendors to choose from—and one more just entered the market. Lumension just rolled out Lumension Endpoint Management and Security Suite with Mobile Device Management v8.0. What sets it apart from the scores of other vendors? [...]



By: - Independent Computer Security Analyst

@gcluley

Security Tips for Football World Cup Fans

June 13th, 2014

The FIFA World Cup has kicked off in Brazil, with fans travelling to the country from around the globe in the hope that their country’s football team will make it to the grand final. But if you’re travelling (whether it be to South America watch the world’s greatest soccer tournament, or a couple of days [...]



By: - Director, Product Management

@russbernst

Microsoft Kicks Off Summer with 7 Patch Tuesday Bulletins

June 10th, 2014

Of the 7 bulletins released today for June Patch Tuesday, 2 are rated critical and 5 are rated important. All together, they cover a total of 66 CVEs but one, MS14-035, remediates 59 of those CVEs. Yes, it’s time for another IE cumulative update and this should (again) be first on your list of patching [...]



By: - Dir. Solutions Marketing

Infosec Haiku

June 9th, 2014

Anata no joho sekyuritei konshu no haiku Infosec Haiku One Year Anniversary Commence Fireworks   ### Notes ### * Thanks to Ms. Etsuko vdH for the translation. * Thanks to everyone who’ve contributed their haikus … watch this space to see if yours is published. * Submit Your Own … if yours is published, I’ll [...]



By: - Independent Computer Security Analyst

@gcluley

More Security Flaws Discovered in OpenSSL – Patch Now!

June 6th, 2014

Remember the Heartbleed scare which had you scurrying to change your passwords and worrying about online privacy a few weeks ago? How could you forget it… After all, hundreds of thousands of websites were impacted by that flaw, as well as millions of Android devices put at risk. Well, it looks like that wasn’t the last word [...]



By: - Director, Product Management

@russbernst

Microsoft Kicks Off Summer with 7 Patch Tuesday Bulletins

June 5th, 2014

Today’s advanced notification outlines 7 patches in next week’s June Patch Tuesday; 2 are critical and 5 important. Affected software runs the gamut, as usual, and the first critical bulletin is for IE. Last month, IE saw a lot of activity, first with the out-of-band patch released on May 1, a point fix released as part of May’s Patch [...]



By: - Dir. Solutions Marketing

Infosec Haiku

June 2nd, 2014

Anata no joho sekyuritei konshu no haiku BYOD Now! Employees Demand iPhones A Nightmare Ensues   ### Notes ### * Thanks to Ms. Etsuko vdH for the translation. * Thanks to everyone who’ve contributed their haikus … watch this space to see if yours is published. * Submit Your Own … if yours is published, [...]



By: - Independent Computer Security Analyst

@gcluley

Here’s How to Keep Getting Free Security Updates for Windows XP Until 2019 – And Why You Shouldn’t

May 27th, 2014

Have you heard the news? A way has been found to trick computers into receiving security updates for Windows XP – even though Microsoft stopped officially supporting the operating system back in April. According to a BetaNews report, this could make it possible for users still using creaky old XP to carry on getting security [...]



By: - Dir. Solutions Marketing

Infosec Haiku

May 26th, 2014

Anata no joho sekyuritei konshu no haiku Malware On Endpoints Reimage Boxes Again This Is Costing Us   ### Notes ### * Thanks to Ms. Etsuko vdH for the translation. * Thanks to everyone who’ve contributed their haikus … watch this space to see if yours is published. * Submit Your Own … if yours [...]



By: - Independent Computer Security Analyst

@gcluley

eBay Password Hack Proves the Danger of the Human Factor

May 21st, 2014

You can’t fail to have missed the news today that eBay has suffered a serious security breach, meaning that personal information about users has fallen into the hands of hackers. According to eBay’s official announcement the database accessed by the hackers included customers’ names, encrypted passwords, email addresses, physical addresses, phone numbers and dates of birth. Breathe [...]



By: - Director, Product Management

@russbernst

Patch Management with Microsoft System Center

May 20th, 2014

Compliance and patch management is important, even for Linux and UNIX computers. Starting with System Center 2012 SP1, you can deploy and update software on Linux and UNIX servers using Configuration Manager, but how do Configuration Manager features translate into compliance and patch management? This session explores several solutions to patching Linux/UNIX servers, taking a [...]



By: - Dir. Solutions Marketing

Infosec Haiku

May 19th, 2014

Anata no joho sekyuritei konshu no haiku Data Gone Missing Oh, Wait – Just Found It Online Ooopps – All 4377 Breaks Loose   ### Notes ### * Thanks to Ms. Etsuko vdH for the translation. * Thanks to everyone who’ve contributed their haikus … watch this space to see if yours is published. * [...]



By: - IT Secured. Success Optimized.

@_lumension

Lumension Welcomes New CEO, Erik Prusch

May 15th, 2014

Lumension extended a warm welcome to incoming CEO Erik Prusch during an all-employee meeting this morning. Erik is a seasoned and visionary market leader who brings deep expertise in navigating technology companies through phases of rapid growth and expansion. He brings a wealth of operations and leadership expertise and has significant experience leading global technology [...]



By: - Director, Product Management

@russbernst

8 Bulletins from Microsoft this May Patch Tuesday

May 13th, 2014

Microsoft released 8 bulletins today – more than we’ve seen in in the last few Patch Tuesdays, and the impact spans numerous software categories. The May patch load includes 8 bulletins, 2 of which are rated critical for a total of 13 CVEs. The busy Patch Tuesday comes on the heels of the out-of-band patch [...]



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