Posts Tagged 'computer security'

A Parent’s Handy Primer on Cyber Vocabulary – Part IV Aaaaaand, we are back! *drum rolls* This week’s topic is not only the continuation of our primer; but also, the last of it! Let us quickly brush up on the topic of discussion – our dated cyber vocabulary. Many of us might not be aware […]

So, when you think about summer travel safety, what comes to mind? Which beach you’ll be lounging on? Sunburns? Shark attacks? While sunburns and vacation plans are rational concerns most have when traveling during the summer, shark attacks are a new one. With all of the news of recent shark attacks, people are now anxious […]

You’ve been “Googled.” No matter how small a speck you think you are in this universe, you have without a doubt created an online footprint that is attached to your name. Chances are high that someone out there has followed this footprint of yours via a Google search. Whether by a business colleague, family member […]

For several weeks after we released the McAfee Labs Threats Report, May 2015, in which we discussed the topic of ransomware in depth, we frequently saw the same questions: “Why is ransomware increasing, and why is it so successful? In our report we offered a few answers to this question. We’d like to zoom in […]

At Intel Security, we’re committed to you, our partners. That’s why we continue to innovate and invest in order to increase your profitability and strengthen our relationship. In January, we launched Phase I of the new Intel Security Partner Program to provide a more flexible framework—based on today’s customer purchase behavior, emerging business models, and […]