Posts Tagged ‘security’
Blackstone, one of the world’s largest private equity firms, is paying $225 million for a majority stake in Accuvant, one of the largest security solution providers. The deal shows how planning creates value, and attracts investment money and leads to greater success.
When cybercrime like the Target and Neiman Marcus attacks becomes simple and ruthlessly effective, even mom-and-pop stores are at risk. Are security practitioners prepared?
A jury failed to reach a verdict in Juniper Networks’ lawsuit that accused security rival Palo Alto Networks of infringing on three of its patents. A sequel is almost a certainty.
At issue is ICANN’s authority over the DNS, which controls the Internet’s array of unique identifiers for everything connected to it.
Cisco is launching the Internet of Things Security Grand Challenge, a chance for the global security community to propose practical security solutions across all of the markets being impacted IoT.
Some Americans are wondering what impact the Ukraine crisis will have on Russia-based Kaspersky Lab. Here are 8 reasons why the security firm isn’t exposed.
Threatpost.com editor-in-chief Dennis Fisher sat down with Channelnomics editor Chris Gonsalves to talk about the RSA Conference vibe in a post-Snowden world.
RSA, the security division of EMC Corp., has created a new program designed to unleash a new generation of managed security services.
Enrique Salem’s hiring is a smart move for Box, though probably not enough on name alone to put them on the playing field with bona fide BCDR vendors.
Massive expansion in the smart device market has spurred the development of mobile phone malware, especially when it comes to Android-based gadgets.