• What does the future hold for cloud computing?

    Catalin Cosoi, Chief Security Strategist at Bitdefender, examines current levels of UK cloud adoption and looks at whether the technology will continue to grow in the years ahead.

  • How hackers get in: Lessons from a network security audit

    Data security is a defining challenge for our time, yet many businesses and other organizations remain under-prepared.

    The problem stems from numerous sources: lack of concern or awareness, unclear security regulations and specifications, and the inherent complexity of the topic. More challenging still, many well-intentioned organizations – folks who have made good-faith efforts to secure their sensitive data – simply fail to keep up with evolving security standards, or wrongly assume that they’ve covered all their bases.

  • Endpoint security myths and why they persist

    In this interview, Roman Foeckl, CEO of CoSoSys, illustrates the most prominent endpoint security myths and explains why they persist. Furthermore, he talks about the hurdles with protecting endpoint clients in the enterprise and offers advice on what organizations can do in order to stay ahead of the threats.

  • Securing the virtual environment

    So you have you a shiny new virtual environment up and running. You may have virtualised all your servers, so that your business-critical databases, CRM systems, ERP applications and email all reside in a virtual environment. It has been a long project, but now it is complete and you are experiencing the operational, performance and cost gains. Stop! Think! Have you covered all the bases? Have you thought about security?

  • Google catches India with fake certificates

    As the world becomes more dependent, and some might say blindly so, on digital certificates it’s only natural that attackers will seek to circumvent this trust. Whether because the Indian government was complicit or a victim of hacking in the issuance of certificates that impersonated Google, the result is the same – individuals, businesses, and even many governments placed blind trust in digital certificates and as such we're all the victims.

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Almost 1 in 10 Android apps are now malware

Posted on 28 July 2014.  |  Cheetah Mobile Threat Research Labs analyzed trends in mobile viruses for Q1 and Q2 of 2014. Pulling 24.4 million sample files they found that 2.2 million files had viruses. This is a 153% increase from the number of infected files in 2013.

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