Articles by Kara Reeder 

McAfee Launches SaaS Web Protection

SaaS Web Protection provides real-time and predictive threat intelligence and protection.

More Network Providers Sign on for VeriSign's DNSSEC Initiative

Brocade, A10 Networks and BlueCat Networks have joined the initiative.

Symantec: SMBs Focusing on Data Security

Most SMBs are now making data security their top IT priority, compared to just 15 months ago.

Does Apple's iOS 4 Patches Leave iPad Vulnerable?

It's unclear how many, if any, of the vulnerabilities affect Apple's iPad.

Trend Micro: Stronger Banking Authentication Needed

Belgium botnet infected the PCs of customers of the the Dexia, KBC and Argenta banks between April and May 2007.

Veracode's Securetest Service Gets Update

A variety of programming environments are addressed by the service, including C++, Java, .NET, PHP and Cold Fusion.

Infonetics Predicts Boom in Virtual Security

There has already been a 119 percent jump in virtualized security product sales in the first quarter of 2010.

Five California Hospitals Face Data Security Fines

Can appeal the the administrative penalty by asking for a hearing within 10 calendar days of notification.

South Korean Government Websites Hit by Cyber Attacks

The denial of service attacks targeted the Korean Culture and Information Service and the Justice Ministry.

Olympus Cameras Infected with Worm

Nearly 2,000 Olympus Stylus Tough 6010 digital cameras have shipped with a worm.

Return Path Boasts Tighter Phishing Protection

Domain Assurance will provide ISPs with an audit of e-mail streams so they can identify e-mails that are safe to go through.

Trend Micro to Tackle Desktop Virtualization Security

OfficeScan 10.5, due out in July, will offer a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) piece.

Websense Warns of Malicious Twitter Spam

The e-mails are made to look like a Twitter Password Reset Notification message.

Researchers Claim to Have Developed Android Rootkit

Two researchers say they have developed a kernel-level Android rootkit.

Criminals Target Windows 2000 Flaw

The code being used is new and gives hackers a way to take over a system.

Mariposa Masterminds Unlikely to Be Punished

It is unlikely that those responsible for operating the Mariposa botnet will be punished for their crimes.

Company CEO Accused of Selling Scareware Already a Fugitive

Shaileshkumar "Sam" Jain, CEO of a Ukrainian company called Innovative Marketing, is accused of making more than $100 million selling "scareware" anti-virus products.

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