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Wi-Fi 2.0: What is 802.11u and how can it improve security?

Network security expert Kevin Beaver discusses the reality of the 801.11u standard and its ability to both improve the ease of Wi-Fi access and boost security.

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Detection vs. prevention: Ponemon report points to controversial trend

A Ponemon Institute report highlights the biggest risks to endpoint security, and what IT professionals plan to do to fight back, including one controversial tactic in malware protection.

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Patchapalooza: In 2015, software patches, software security flaws surge

News roundup: An of onslaught Adobe, Oracle, OpenSSL, Chrome and Firefox patches highlights the sad state of software security in 2015. Plus, security budgets increasing; HealthCare.gov security woes; false-positive alerts cost millions annually.

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The importance of email encryption software in the enterprise

Expert Karen Scarfone explains how email encryption software protects messages and attachments from malfeasance.

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    Endpoints as honeypots? Ponemon says it's happening

    A Ponemon Institute report highlights the biggest risks to endpoint security, and what IT professionals plan to do to fight back, including one controversial tactic in malware protection.

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    Slew of software security flaws bring flood of patches

    News roundup: An of onslaught Adobe, Oracle, OpenSSL, Chrome and Firefox patches highlights the sad state of software security in 2015. Plus, security budgets increasing; HealthCare.gov security woes; false-positive alerts cost millions annually.

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    CryptoWall ransomware returns with new a trick

    Shortly after CryptoWall began using TOR to conduct transcations, a new version of the ransomware, dubbed CryptoWall 3.0, has begun using I2P.

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