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Peer-to-Peer Peril: How Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Impacts Vendor Risk and Security Benchmarking

BitSight recently observed the networks of 30,700 companies and found 23 per cent of organizations were using the BitTorrent protocol for peer-to-peer file sharing....

E-mail attacks target unpatched Word hole

Antivirus companies and the SANS Internet Storm Center (ISC) issued a warning Friday about sophisticated e-mail attacks that are using a previously unknown hole in Microsoft Word to infiltrate corporate networks.

Skype poses risks

Enterprises with high-level security concerns should ban the use of Skype from the corporate environment, as they would any other peer-to-peer application, according to Info-Tech Research Group Inc.

Security product vendors have busy spring

Security companies announcing products this spring underscored the growing interest in so-called

2004 seen bringing more, worse cyberattacks

The New Year will offer weary network administrators little respite from a new generation of Internet worms, viruses and targeted hacks that appeared in 2003, according to security experts.


Sprint Corp. is joining the antispam wars with a new service aimed at trying to help corporate...

Remote-control software grows up

Tried-and-true remote-control software has become an indispensable network technology, and vendors are building new security and management features around it that make remote control even more useful in major corporate networks.

Wireless devices creep into enterprise

Corporations are adopting wireless devices at an increasing rate, though few say they have created formal programs for rolling them out to employees, according to a survey released Monday.

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