The Careto malware, a.k.a. The Mask, could have been a Duqu-like cyberweapon – but more sophisticated.
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The encryption bug may have affected as many as 80-plus Cisco products, while the impact to Juniper's portfolio is not as broad.
Chris Young, SVP of Security at Cisco, explains why Cisco doesn't have its own SIEM product.
HP announces availability of SDN security product originally known as Sentinel and new cloud managed Wi-Fi capabilities.
The challenges of BYOD, mobility, cloud, and virtualization are making automation necessary for security.
BGP Flow Spec is at the heart of new approach to enable better threat intelligence and mitigation of DDoS events.
Juniper SVP and GM of Security Nawaf Bitar explains how intrusion deception benefits network defense.
VIDEO: Cisco's security chief discusses security in the Internet of things era as software-defined networking is set to take hold.
New capabilities and configurations claim to address data capture and security concerns at every enterprise budget.
SourceFire founder Martin Roesch discusses the advantages of open source and how Cisco's OpenAppID can secure applications and networks.
Vendor continues push beyond traditional network access control (NAC) with continuous compliance for BYOD and remote access.
Palo Alto Networks promises up to 120 Gbps on the PA-7050, but how does that change under real-world conditions?
Bitglass aims to unify cloud application security with mobile device management, plugging two of the biggest security holes in the enterprise.
You must identify an attack to prevent it. The DB Networks IDS-6300 aims to provide nearly plug-and-play SQL injection attack monitoring.
2014 is starting off strong for security firms Orange Cyberdefense, Alert Logic, and HyTrust.