Risk assessments metrics and frameworks
- March 05, 2008
Security experts say IT pros should be more concerned about the risks created by misconfigured networks than all the flaws and exploit code they read about.
- February 21, 2008
The new Ruby-based framework gives security professionals and reverse engineers the ability to find flaws in both the stack and the heap
- December 06, 2007
Spam volume continues to climb and grow more dangerous, tricking employees into opening malware laden messages.
- December 04, 2007
Hoping to ramp up sales of its cyber insurance policies, commercial insurer, Chubb is offering a discount for companies that deploy a penetration testing tool.
- October 02, 2007
Sreekanth Ravi was a co-founder of SonicWall, where he and his brother Sudhakar worked to commoditize firewalls for the SMB market. Now the CEO of Code Green Networks, Ravi hopes to achieve more success in the SMB market by making data protection ...
- September 13, 2007
Application scanning tool vendors are growing in popularity driven by the growing need to discover exploitable holes in static and dynamic Web code.
- July 24, 2007
Companies are moving forward with PCI DSS projects, but many are underestimating the costs associated with compliance.
- July 19, 2007
Boeing is trying to reshape its network security architecture to better protect sensitive systems from threats without degrading employee productivity.
- July 10, 2007
Recent high profile data breaches and compliance pressures are forcing companies to spend more on technology to protect intellectual property, according to a new study.
- June 19, 2007
HP said it would bolster Web site assessments and Web application vulnerabilities with its acquisition of Atlanta-based SPI Dynamics Inc.
- June 05, 2007
Gartner IT Security Summit: An enterprise security architecture is an important part of a long term strategy and can help mitigate the risks when data is used in new ways.
- May 16, 2007
Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) realigned its storage group in January, creating a new business unit in its Enterprise Storage and Server (ESS) group that is focusing on HP's Storage Essentials and Server Essentials software. The company also began pushing...
- May 15, 2007
A new appliance from HP touts event data management software from San Francisco-based SenSage Inc. to centrally store logging data for audits and investigations.
- May 10, 2007
Employees may think it's no big deal to do some blogging on a company laptop from home or the airport. But one security expert says the practice poses some serious risks.
- May 04, 2007
This week in Security Blog Log: Gartner says hacking contests have nothing but negative results, but some security bloggers disagree.