Microsoft Launches Cloud-Based Botnet Infection Notification System (Redmondmag.com)
To provide real-time information on newly discovered threats, Microsoft this week launched its Cyber Threat Intelligence Program (C-TIP), a program that will alert ISPs and emergency response teams of newly infected systems.
Security Biggest Success Measure For BYOD, New Report Finds (Dark Reading)
Lumension Security report examines how companies are responding to the security threats presented by the influx of mobile devices on the company network.
Microsoft Patch Tuesday targets multitude of Internet Explorer faults (NetworkWorld)
Untreated, Internet Explorer vulnerabilities could lead to remote code execution exploits.
BYOD Security a Major Concern for Small Businesses (eWeek.com)
IT pros fear a loss of company or client data, unauthorized access and malware infections.
Malware on the offshore rig: Danger lurks where the chips fail (Houston Chronicle)
In the same year that a massive explosion and oil spill rocked the Gulf of Mexico, a digital disaster played out halfway around the world.
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.