Security Article Archive:
New estimates indicate spending on federal government IT security will continue its steady 4 percent annual increase, topping $6.1 billion next year and rising to more than $7.3 billion by 2017.
Technology, like time, marches on. For 2014 there’s a new set of tech trends on the radar. Here’s what we see shaking up the channel in the year ahead.
Symantec quietly discontinued its Managed Firewall and Managed Endpoint Protection in June, but partners and customers are now taking notice in light of the security and storage vendor’s withdrawal from the cloud backup market.
ThreatTrack, the security vendor formed with the spunoff assets from GFI Software, is launching a new channel program that aims to augment its existing antivirus SMB partners with advanced enterprise-focused security practitioners focused on thwarting Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs).
E-mail security services specialist Mimecast is looking to push deeper into the North America market by formalizing a program that makes it easier for MSPs to provision and administer user accounts.
Huawei Technologies CEO Ren Zhengfei says his company is no longer interested in the U.S. market and has effectively withdrawn to stay out of tense Sino-American political relations. His statement isn’t exactly clear, though, as there’s still plenty of Huawei activity in the U.S. market.
Several industry analysts are noting the continued growth of managed security, with estimates indicating there’s plenty of meat left on the bone.
Salesforce hackfest candidates claim their entries were not even viewed and that winning app broke rules.
When it comes to securing their most important systems, businesses may be suffering from a bit of irrational exuberance — a blind spot leaving them open to increasingly sophisticated cyberthreats, a new CompTIA study finds.
In an odd development, bitter security foes Kaspersky and Trend Micro have selected the same building to house their new UK head offices.