Data-driven defence will best protect enterprises, says expert

Tunnel vision is a phrase that describes looking too narrowly at a problem. To use a cliché, you don’t see...

October 25th, 2016 Howard Solomon

“Double-compromised” website reveals importance of patching

Compromising a Web site is a common way for threat actors to either get into an organization or spread malware....

August 19th, 2016 Howard Solomon

bandaid, fix, repair

Zen Cart shopping cart issues patch to close XSS vulnerabilities

Open source software is no less vulnerable to security problems than commercial applications. Which is why IT personnel responsible for...

March 29th, 2016 Howard Solomon

data, big data, network, code

Ontario hospital website may have been feeding ransomware, administrator admits

A small Ontario hospital admits its website could have been dispensing links to malware and ransomware as recently as a...

March 21st, 2016 Howard Solomon

Android phones at risk from another Stagefright exploit

Frustration by CISOs with the security of the Android ecosystem continues to increase. The latest reason comes from NorthBit, an...

March 18th, 2016 Howard Solomon

security and privacy issues

Drupal CMS admins cautioned about update problems

The open source Drupal content management platform is among the top free CMS in the world, with an estimated 15...

January 8th, 2016 Howard Solomon

Ops, security team gaps lead to SAP vulnerabilities, says vendor

As Sapphire goes on this week in Orlando, by coincidence -- or not -- comes an interesting analysis of SAP vulnerabilities...

May 6th, 2015 Howard Solomon

Malware Graphic

No surprise about this malware

"Know your enemy" is an old defensive strategy derived from the ancient Chinese military treatise The Art of War. It's...

December 17th, 2014 Howard Solomon

Faulty Microsoft Exchange DST patch may ’cause problems’

Faulty Microsoft Exchange DST patch may ’cause problems’

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEDaylight Saving Time (DST) shift this weekend may result in some unpleasant surprises for Microsoft Exchange 2003...

March 8th, 2007 Kathleen Lau