Denial-of-service, code injection and execution attacks potentially possible through a wireless peer-to-peer connection with a vulnerable device.
Microsoft this week took the wraps off Device Guard, which it says will allow enterprises to lock down their desktops so that only trusted apps can run.
The top news stories for April 23, 2015.
A new survey conducted by Dimensional Research and sponsored by Druva found that almost 84 percent of respondents reported that their employees do not follow data privacy policies. And while 84 percent also plan to up their game in data privacy protection and 87 percent said they are concerned about data privacy in the cloud, a whopping 90 percent said that their volume of data stored in the cloud will increase this year anyway
A serious privilege escalation bug that was supposedly fixed in Yosemite 10.10.3 update still exploitable, says security researcher.
Enterprise software vendor Citrix announced this week that three high-profile bar associations have chosen Citrix ShareFile as their go-to online file storage and sharing service
The new release, TITUS Classification Suite 4, automates data classification and protection by examining its content, and context, for better information management and compliance.
Google has now made it possible for you--and only you--to see your entire search history. Google will even let you download the entire archive but it cautions you to protect that data because, yeah, there's a lot of sensitive data about you in that file.
Big data's use in the 2016 election will be "a bit scary and more than a little creepy," says David Gewirtz in his post in ZDNet.
The top news stories for April 20, 2015.