Van Wyk: Security Track Record for iPhone Not an Accident
It’s not just luck. Apple has managed to keep the iPhone (and its iOS brethren) safe from any major malware outbreak for 10...
Survey: Ex-employees Keep Access to Corporate Apps, Data at Half of U.S. Firms
Former employees at about half of U.S. companies still have access to corporate applications after they leave their jobs, according to new...
Patch Now: Cisco Closes Nine Serious SNMP Holes in IOS, IOS-XE
Cisco Systems this week issued patches for a series of critical SNMP vulnerabilities in its popular IOS and IOS-XE network infrastructure...
January 20, 2017 | Malware and Advanced ThreatsBy IANS Faculty, IANS Faculty
Many organizations are considering disabling links within corporate email to reduce the risk of a successful phishing attack -- but does it work? In this report, several IANS Faculty offer their take on the trend and its overall effectiveness.
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