Two network management companies have teamed up to create an approach that lets customers combine network access with mobile device management.
A new piece of malware discovered by Kapersky Lab uses smart phones to install malware onto Windows-based PCs.
To gain traction in the enterprise cyber security market, an endpoint security company has begun granting free licenses for its software to education organizations.
An Arizona university has deployed an online risk and incident management platform that allows students, faculty, parents, and visitors to report suspicious activities.
Fayetteville State University has adopted a new mass notification system in an effort to improve communication and emergency preparedness.
Bloxx, a provider of Web content filtering and email security, has made its Bloxx Web Filter and Bloxx Secure Web Gateway products available as virtual appliances for VMware vSphere.
An annual online competition sponsored by the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3) has reopened for the year, to allow students and others to test their abilities in digital forensics, an area of study on how to collect and preserve electronic evidence, recover lost data, and protect networks and computer systems from breaches.
Western Connecticut State University has begun the arduous process of notifying its campus community by mail about a data exposure that lasted for more than three years.
In response to a growing and changing skills gap, IBM has introduced what it's calling the "largest expansion" of its Academic Initiative since the program began in 2003.
CoSoSys has added Mobile Device Management (MDM) for iOS and Android as a new module for its data loss prevention product, Endpoint Protector 4.3.