The potential for insider threats to the corporate network is keeping IT execs awake at night. Actually, 25 percent say they're literally losing sleep over it.
Articles by Sharon Gaudin
The Netsky-D worm, which spoofs senders' email addresses, has managed to hold onto the fifth spot in the Most Dangerous Malware list after a full year in the wild.
A flood of spam-borne Trojans are washing over the Internet today. BagleDl-L downloads code and tampers with security software.
Cruising the streets with a laptop to scan for unsecure wireless connections is one of the latest techie crazes. But the growing popularity of 'war driving' underscores the security problems facing networks that have gone wireless.
The latest variant of the Sobig worm is hammering corporate networks, crashing email servers, and staggering Internet traffic. Yesterday alone it accounted for 70 percent of all email traffic.