Posts Tagged 'network security'
On a weekly, daily and even second-by-second basis, cybercriminals find new ways to bypass organisations and get their hands on digital ‘valuables’ – be it account details, sensitive corporate data or passwords that can be sold to the highest bidder. The landscape is constantly changing; without the right tools, knowledge and frontline consultants to help […]
The common thread running through this quarter’s McAfee Labs Threats Report: Third Quarter 2013 is about making money – clearly prevalent in the past, but much more obvious and aggressive this quarter. As the leader of the network security business for McAfee, I’m constantly kept abreast of new trends and emerging threats by my developers, researchers […]
This is a follow-up discussion from my IoT blog entry on data quality on the Internet and ultimately in the Internet of Things (IoT). In the last post, we pointed out that in the increasingly automated IoT, people often don’t know where their decision-support data has come from? And what if it did not have […]
They bound into the world full of giggles and coos riding atop a clean, blank canvas. There’s not a smudge on them—physically or digitally. But how long does it take for a child to fall prey to a cyber crook? Unfortunately, not long at all, hours even, thanks to some very unscrupulous people trolling for […]
Jon Oltsik of Network World recently posted a great article on McAfee’s new Advanced Threat Defense. McAfee Advanced Threat Defense is a new product that complements your existing McAfee network security products, providing a comprehensive solution to defend against advanced malware. You can read his article at: http://mcaf.ee/ots9p Jon’s article points out one of the […]