News and Articles About Security
Technology evangelist Ramon Ray offers three tips for mobile security.
The cellphone hacking scandal that's captured recent headlines should also serve as a wakeup call. Here's how to secure your mobile phone.
From mobility to scalabilty, here's a look at the top trends in ecommerce for the coming year.
Using these simple methods can protect your business and your peace of mind.
Six steps small businesses can take to protect their Macs
Poisoning search terms with infected links is a new favorite hacker trick. Make sure your business doesn't fall prey.
If you're not careful, hackers could cost you the money you were trying to save in the first place.
Now, even your security can be handled by cloud computing software--but consider these factors before you get on board.
How to Keep your company safe from privacy leaks online
You're saving money by sending them home, but is the technology they use secure?
Learn which antivirus pop-up ads may be fraudulent. Also, Mac users need security updates, too.
Use these tips to guard against security attacks related to your Facebook, MySpace, or Linked-In activity. Also, learn how some banks are making credit card shopping safer.
To protect your browsing history, try the free private Browsing Feature in Apple's Safari or the Distrust add-on for Firefox. For complete anonymity, try the fee-based Anonymizer or the free Tor.
New tracking software monitors your missing laptop's whereabouts.
Patch critical flaws in a color manager and IE. Plus: Opera, Office fixes.
Are you the only you out there? When it comes to protecting your identity, a bit of prevention is worth a megabyte of cure.
Phones are off the radar for most hackers today. But Google's Android OS and the iPhone could make them more of a target.
As your business gets more dependent on technology, your computer becomes more targeted by hackers and others constantly on the prowl for vulnerabilities.
Asking about your mother's home town is supposed to help legitimate sites protect your online accounts--but experts say hackers know more about you than you might think.
We've all run into obnoxious people on the Internet. But these are the kinds of idiots who make you feel like logging off permanently.
Don't give up on the biggest auction marketplace because of fears of fraud. Here's how to buy and sell without a hitch.
If you run a small business, your biggest IT worry is probably not when or whether to upgrade to Vista; it's how to keep your valuable equipment--and the even more precious data it contains--out of the hands of thieves.
We check out eight products, from the popular to the relatively unknown. They can't protect you from everything, but some come close.
BitDefender was an excellent performer among security suites, but it's best for experts who don't need guidance regarding security extras and pop-up alerts and who don't mind therough interface.
The Trend Micro security suite combines a good feature set and solid malware disinfection, but those benefits are offset by below-average detection as well as interface and installation bugs.