Entries in 'Security' (274)
The ISS was infected by a virus carried onboard inside a USB stick by Russian astronauts, Eugene Kaspersky has said.
A new virus on LinkedIn is using fake job offers to entice users onto malicious websites.
Kevin Percy has joined Panda Security as its new channel account manager.
The amount of scam phishing emails on the internet rose threefold in Q3 2013 compared to the previous quarter.
The top passwords used by Adobe customers have been listed – with super-simple codes filling the top 20.
Entatech has introduced new CCTV and security products to its portfolio to coincide with National Home Security Week.
With 14 new smartphone security risks spotted every hour and software downloads on the rise, it’s not just “older geeks” who buy anti-virus programmes anymore.
We ask the PCR Retail Advisory Panel how the market for security software is shifting following the rise of smartphones and tablets, and how strongly hardware is selling in-store.
When you find a guide to the data protection act that’s 130 pages long, you know that ensuring your business is compliant isn’t going to be straightforward.
The personal information of 2.9 million Adobe customers has been taken in a “sophisticated attack” on the company’s network.
Microsoft has released the latest version of Internet Explorer, saying that the browser is “30% faster” than competitors.
Apple’s launch of iOS 7 on Wednesday (September 18th) appears to have been plagued by issues for users grabbing the major update.
PCR is now working on its Security Special - here's how to get your latest product featured.
Global networking giant Cisco has agreed to buy cybersecurity experts Sourcefire for around $2.7 billion plus incentives.
Smartphones, iPads and laptops are all incredibly popular with consumers, but most are as expensive as they are fragile. So how do people protect their goods? Sometimes a big iPad ...
Kaspersky is going to its channel partners for feedback as it seeks to grow its digitally delivered portfolio.
Ofcom has issued a warning to UK web surfers after issuing a report, which found Brits are spending more time online.