CRN Security News

  • New NAC Devices Unveiled At Interop Las Vegas
    Network access control solutions were in the spotlight at Interop Las Vegas 2006, where Enterasys Networks and Vernier Networks were among the vendors that unveiled NAC wares earlier this month.
  • Watching Your Assets
    Behind our Web site, we have all these fascinating tools to track exactly what our visitors are reading—and what they’re not.
  • SonicWall Unveils Wares For SMBs
    SonicWall earlier this month targeted the needs of SMBs with the launch of the antispam, antiphishing and messaging security software it obtained in its February acquisition of MailFrontier.
  • Web Filtering Feast
    Whether you are in the security market or not, the Web filtering market is about to get very interesting for the channel.
  • Microsoft’s Sam Push Puts ISVs, Data At Risk
    Microsoft plans to continue running the service of its latest acquisition, AssetMetrix, for the next six to nine months as it mulls product and service options for its new software asset management (SAM) offering.
  • Mac's Exposed Core
    Insolent Mac users can no longer rest safely in their insular world. They must now face the same viruses, worms and hackers that the Windows community has known for years.
  • USC Hacker Case Pivotal To Future Web Security
    Eric McCarty claims he hacked into the University of Southern California's computer system to warn of its vulnerabilities. The case could be a watershed event in the area of security research.
  • Briefs: May 8, 2006
    Quantum plans to acquire Advanced Digital Information Corp. (ADIC) for about $770 million. With the acquisition, Quantum would become the third-largest tape automation vendor after Sun Microsystems and IBM, according to research firm Freeman Reports. The transaction is expected to close in three or four months.
  • Growing Up Together
    Many CRN readers have pegged a large part of their businesses to selling solutions for the proverbial “little guy.” Certainly, much of our readership could itself be classified in this category. I figure I’m pretty safe in saying this, since the U.S. Small Business Administration estimates that small businesses represent something like 99.7 percent of all U.S. employers.