British gov’t looks to MessageLabs for safe e-mail

British gov’t looks to MessageLabs for safe e-mail

The U.K. government has tapped British e-mail-security company MessageLabs Ltd. to protect its e-mail system from mass-mailing viruses in a...

May 22nd, 2002 Laura Rohde

British government looks to MessageLabs for safe e-mail

British government looks to MessageLabs for safe e-mail

The U.K. government has tapped British e-mail-security company MessageLabs Ltd. to protect its e-mail system from mass-mailing viruses in a...

May 21st, 2002 Laura Rohde

McAfee.com kills spam with new software

McAfee.com kills spam with new software

McAfee.com Corp. Tuesday gave users another weapon to add to their arsenals in the never-ending battle against spam when it...

May 7th, 2002 Sam Costello

Klez worm rating upgraded as spread continues

Klez worm rating upgraded as spread continues

The W32.Klez worm and its variants are still loose in the wild over a week after the latest variant was...

April 28th, 2002 Joris Evers

Symantec

Symantec

With virus attacks becoming the norm, vendors are looking for ways to combat this growing epidemic. And, with Symantec's recent...

March 21st, 2002 Albert Leonardo

CEO pokes holes at firewall ‘myth’

CEO pokes holes at firewall ‘myth’

The next major virus will be at least 15 times as destructive as Nimda - which George Samenuk, CEO of...

March 6th, 2002 Julie Clow

Check Point expands OPSEC to assessments

Check Point expands OPSEC to assessments

Leading firewall and VPN (virtual private network) vendor Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. announced an expansion of its OPSEC security...

January 7th, 2002 Sam Costello

Nimda variants hits ‘Net, users urged to patch

Nimda variants hits ‘Net, users urged to patch

A new variant of the Nimda worm has appeared on the Internet, though exactly how it is different or whether...

October 31st, 2001 Sam Costello

News Threads

News Threads

Security at risk as confidential e-mail soarsEmployees' cavalier use of the Internet and e-mail has become a serious security risk...

September 20th, 2001 No Author