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CyberArk defines maturity model to securing privileged accounts

BANGALORE, INDIA: CyberArk, the company securing the heart of the enterprise, released a maturity model to securing privileged accounts, titled The Three Phases of Securing Privileged Accounts: A Best Practices Guide. This More...

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Major gathering on data breaches/IT security

LAS VEGAS, USA: Amid growing concerns about data breaches, the International Association of IT Asset Managers (IAITAM) will hold its 13th Annual Conference and Exhibition (ACE) April 29th - May 1, 2014 in Henderson, NV, just More...

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A10 Networks hires former Prolexic principal research scientist

DUBAI, UAE: A10 Networks has hired Terrence Gareau as Principal Research Scientist. In this new role, Gareau will build a security engineering and response team, providing A10 ADC (application delivery controller), CGN (carrier More...

Q1 2014: Mobile banking trojans double

MOSCOW, RUSSIA: In December Kaspersky Lab published its threat forecast for 2014. Three months later, the experts found that all three of their ‘End user forecasts' had already been confirmed. They said that cybercriminals More...

How to handle Heartbleed menace

BANGALORE, INDIA: ESET, global provider of security solutions for businesses and consumers, warned that Heartbleed bug causing widespread alarm on affecting more than feared and could affect billions of users like websites, More...

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How do you beat the Heartbleed menace?

MUMBAI, INDIA: ESET, global provider of security solutions for businesses and consumers, warned that Heartbleed bug causing widespread alarm on affecting more than feared and could affect billions of users like websites, internet More...

McAfee outlines strategy for connected network security

BANGALORE, INDIA: McAfee, part of Intel Security, today outlined its strategy for helping businesses and government agencies strengthen their network protection through a powerful combination of integrated technologies. As part More...

Broadband goes wireless – but, are poorer countries being left behind?

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