Cyber security firm Kaspersky is to submit its software to independent review in a bid to shake-off claims of Russian government interference
Most infosec pros reported that phishing or social engineering were the form of attack
Requests permissions that mitigate attacks, reports Google employee
Orlando Scott-Cowley, cyber security strategist at Mimecast, explains how to reduce the risk inherent in a cloud-first strategy
Trojan's authors change tactics in apparent attempt to infect businesses with crypto-malware
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Security experts put their heads together to answer the question 'How can enterprises secure themselves?'
Kaspersky test found rivals incorporating malware signatures without testing first
US security firm is looking to offload its data storage unit so it can focus on enterprise and consumer security products
Apax Partners and co-founders Jan Hruska and Peter Lammer double their money as British anti-virus software company makes successful stock exchange debut
Over two-thirds of UK IT service providers are keen for their customer relationships to move towards greater strategic consultancy but only nine per cent of IT departments felt the same
Chthonic is based on ZeusVM after 'significant changes' advises Kaspersky
The latest evolution has 'set new bar for mobile sophistication and operational complexity' say experts
Two worms designed to exploit the Shellshock vulnerability in the Bash shell have been discovered by researchers just a day after it was made public
Chinese government does not want to rely on a foreign operating system, and is instead developing its own
What are the best practices for organisations wanting to shift away from XP?
Whitehall favours one-year extension deal rather than moving on
Symantec announces discovery of a worm that attacks devices such as home routers, set-top boxes and security cameras running Linux
Outspoken security expert and reformed hacker claims that anti-virus software is next to useless, and shows how peer to peer software can cause devestating leaks of sensitive corporate data
Trend Micro and McAfee show off new features to end botnets, and improve anti-virus intelligence
Change publishing conditions, scan new data packages, suggests Krčma
Anti-virus software vendors have hit back at criticism of their products, arguing that AV forms an essential part of a multi-layered security strategy
Trend Micro's global vice president of security research, Rik Ferguson, talks to Computing about how anti-virus software has developed and why it shouldn't be classified as 'just' anti-virus