Intel Security (formerly McAfee) has been promoting their coming service to “remove the hassle of passwords” for a while. Earlier, I received my invitation to download the software and create a profile in its preview state.
LAPS is not something that can be implemented with a simple install but will require some planning and communication but the benefit looks to be a solution a long-time coming.
The latest version integrates VirusTotal, a service that scans files against more than 50 antivirus engines, to help clean up malware infections.
Verizon, Symantec, and Dell have published their reports this year and provide insights into the security landscape.
Biometric authentication uses a trait about the person to positively identify them before granting access. Disney characters could either love or hate biometrics given their stories and attributes.
HackerOne is a platform for companies to use for their “bug bounty” programs. It provides the means to receive, manage, and reward bug reports.
CryptoMonitor is presenting itself as an anti-ransomware solution to protect against the latest malicious programs.
It addresses steps they have taken to make Android a safe ecosystem and how they responded to learning of new vulnerabilities.
Malwarebyte Anti-Malware has landed and is now rolling out as an update. The biggest change with this version is the user interface redesign.
Pwn2Own 2015 begins today and continues into tomorrow at the CanSecWest conference.
Users of Panda antivirus products have been fighting a false positive all day today.
Hygiene is the practice of maintaining good health and preventing disease, especially through cleanliness.