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Vulnerability Disclosure Fight – WSWiR Episode 135
Want a quick way to learn about the latest information security (infosec) news and tips? Then this is the video for you! Every week, I summarize the most important stuff, and share what you should do about it
Web Application Monitoring Using Server & Application Monitor and Web Performance Monitor
Monitor Website and Web App performance. Try a free 30-day trial of the Web App Performance Pack at http://www.solarwinds.com/it-infrastructure-management.as…
June’s Patch Tuesday – On the Way!
It’s time for another episode of Microsoft Patch Tuesday! Tell ‘em what they’ve won, Bob! A new caaaarrrrr! Wait. That’s not right. Sorry.
The baking of: F-Secure’s 25th anniversary birthday cake
The baking of: F-Secure’s 25th anniversary birthday cake.
IT-Harvest Interviews Fortinet’s John Maddison (video)
In the following video, IT-Harvest’s Richard Stiennon interviews John Maddison, Fortinet’s vice president of marketing on how Fortinet views itself in the security market. Topics covered include network security performance, the depth and breadth of the company’s product line and the company’s technology innovation.
New NSS Labs Report: IE’s Browser Security Bests Others
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 10 is the most secure web browser according to the results of a mid-May 2013 NSS Labs’ analysis. Apple Safari 5, Google Chrome 25/26, Internet Explorer 10, Mozilla Foxfire 19 and Opera 12 were all evaluated against malware downloads and socially engineered malware. Results show that Chrome’s malware download protection improved significantly, up to more than 83 percent from a 70 percent performance in NSS’ October 2012 analysis, Browser C…
Work at SolarWinds
Join the SolarWinds team: http://www.solarwinds.com/careers Learn what it is like to work at one of the fastest growing IT companies in the world, SolarWinds…
Cutting Wires, Costs: A Look at Creating Wireless Efficiencies
Wireless network infrastructure – for anyone in business, it’s a necessary evil and, perhaps ironically, one that isn’t short on infrastructure. You need a controller and wireless routers or access points – lots of them – enabling wireless networks to join an existing wired network. You’ll have to invest in a site planner/survey tool, or risk incorrectly guessing where the APs should go
App Security Wins Move at Snail’s Pace
Of 200 enterprise security professionals recently surveyed by Enterprise Strategy Group, 79 percent report Web application security attacks in the past year. In a late April Network World blog on the topic, Jon Oltsik, a principal analyst at ESG, said the study also found thieves attacked Web application features and functions such as application authentication, configuration management, application authorization and session management. Oltsik says the good news is that there’s more em…