Lumension takes wraps off new enterprise security product (IT Pro)
Endpoint security company Lumension has unveiled the latest version of its Lumension Endpoint Management and Security Suite (LEMSS), which offer enterprises enhanced protection against advanced persistent threats (APTs).
Infosecurity Europe: Lumension develops memory malware detection technology (IT Security Pro)
At the Infosecurity Europe show taking place in London this week, ITSP caught up with Alan Bentley, Lumension’s senior vice president of international, for the low-down on his firm’s new RMI – Reflective Memory Injection – attack defence technology.
Lumension announces plans to launch mobile device management function to security suite (SC Magazine )
Lumension is to launch a mobile device management (MDM) function to its endpoint management and security suite.
ACLU asks FTC for help forcing mobile carriers to patch bugs faster (SC Magazine )
Enterprises worried that cell phone carriers are doing a poor job of patching mobile devices may receive some help from the federal government.
Microsoft finds Trojan that hides files to evade analysis (CSO)
Microsoft has discovered an unusually stealthy Trojan capable of deleting files it downloads in order to keep them away from forensics investigators and researchers.
Is Armageddon on the cyber horizon? (The Guardian)
UK networks are being targeted by up to 1,000 cyber attacks every hour. Are we sitting idly waiting to be attacked?
Microsoft Yanks Faulty Update from April Patch Tuesday (PC Magazine)
One of Microsoft's patches released earlier this week may cause the dreaded Blue Screen of Death on some Windows machines. Microsoft has yanked the broken bulletin from Windows Update.
The Danger of Losing Your Memory (SC Magazine )
The recent rise in targeted attacks has led many IT security chiefs to cite Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) as their biggest headache in 2013.
Medical data loss remains a problem at hospitals (Chron )
The recent loss of a thumb drive that endangered the personal information of 2,200 patients at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center was one of 10 similar losses of personal data from hospitals in the Houston area over the last three years.
Apple's fix for 'severe' iPhone SMS bug: Use iMessage (CSO)
pple has refused to provide a clear answer as to whether it plans to fix an iPhone SMS bug that enables an attacker to send a text message with a bogus sender number.