Computer security maker Symantec is buying backup and storage maker Veritas, to create the world´s fourth-largest software maker. The all-stock acquisition was initially valued at $13.5 billion, but the price dropped rapidly as investors worried that the deal signaled a slowing in Symantec´s ability to deliver growth.
This paper provides information on security-related issues in integration of enterprise applications and gives an overview of the risks and counter measures to consider when planning and implementing security.
SAP announced today that it will begin offering customers a new security service aimed at tightening down their existing SAP systems.
Microsoft announced today that it had bought New York software company Giant Company Software, which produces a robust anti-spyware tool.
After months of rumours and speculation, Apple has finally announced that they will be working with Motorola to make a cellphone, which has already been dubbed the iPhone by Internet users.
Once in a while you come across a product or service that makes you stop in your tracks and think. This week we had such an experience in the VoIP space.
Apparently virus writers don´t like Christmas very much. An email worm posing as a Christmas greeting began spreading early yesterday. Zafi-D arrives with an infected attachment – often written in a variety of languages such as English, Spanish and Russian – though virus firms believe it was created in Hungary.
Use of FireFox climbed a staggering 34 percent in November, reports WebSideStory, a web analytics company.
Although Symantec’s Internet Security Threat Report confirms a significant increase in 2003 of malicious code that exposes confidential data, enterprise security is evolving to meet the challenge of these cyber attacks. A firewall is no longer just a firewall as newer software includes VPN tunneling and antivirus capabilities.
Company Joins Program Aimed at Enhancing Corporate Network Security through Better Client Visibility and Policy Control