Oracle Tackles Mobile Security
Sands Casino: Customer Data Hacked
Gyrus Software Aims To Foil Malware
Human Element Overlooked in Security
Druva inSync Earns Highest Marks
Mobility. It’s not a new trend, but it’s a growing one. Indeed, the workforce is becoming more mobile and that mobility is driving security concerns that software giants like Oracle are trying to solve.
The personal information of tens of thousands of Las Vegas Sands customers was stolen by hackers, the hotel-casino says. The company is offering credit monitoring and identity theft protection.
Researchers at the Georgia Tech College of Computing have developed software to prevent malware from sending spam emails and instant messages or making unauthorized money transfers.
Want to protect your data and make your enterprise more secure? Invest more in human resources than in technology, and redefine success in the war against cybercrime, advises HP security leader Art Gilliland.
In Gartner's recent "Critical Capabilities for Enterprise Endpoint Backup" report, Druva's inSync data protection platform earned the highest rating, with key features for reducing risk of data loss.