Learning more about your attackers helps to improve your security profile and reduce the possibility of a breach. Sophisticated criminals using advanced techniques are behind most of the recent security breaches, targeting small network openings and user weaknesses left vulnerable by even the latest shiny new technology. The painful reality is that security operations are […]

Earlier this week, a new vulnerability was discovered, potentially afflicting up to 950 million Android devices. This accounts for nearly all of active Android users. And what’s more shocking, it all started with a text message. Allow me to introduce you to “Stagefright,” the latest vulnerability to make cybersecurity headlines. Stagefright, a security hole freshly […]

A question I often get from partners is, “How do we get more resources and support from Intel Security?” Some simply want more attention from us and other vendors to help address their markets, understand products, and win new customers. Intel Security and other vendors are tremendous sources of resources and support. We supply partners […]

This post is the fourth in a series exploring Phase II of the new Partner Program. Intel Security and our partners are stronger together. That’s why we’ve overhauled our Teaming Plan to reward partners who can provide business or technical expertise to an Intel Security-found deal. In addition to providing deal protection, we’ve tripled the […]

Last Tuesday, Google introduced Your Timeline for its Google Map website and Android devices. Your Timeline acts as a documentarian of your location history, dutifully recording where you’ve been, when and for how long. For many, this will probably be a convenient feature to draw upon when you can’t remember where you were when you […]