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  • Joint study shows problem costs firms money, productivity

    Greynets, Spyware Still On the Rise
    FaceTime Communications and market researcher NewDiligence have released a study showing that enterprises spend an average of $130,000 per month in IT time fighting spyware-related issues.
  • Small Banks Tackle Spyware
    Shavlik Technologies combines patch management, reporting, and automated anti-spyware technology to reduce the amount of time and money it takes to find and remove spyware.
  • Symantec Patches Another AV Glitch
    Symantec posted a patch for a vulnerability in its enterprise anti-virus softwarethat could give attackers systematic access to server usernames and passwords.
  • ConSentry hits market with all-channel model, new LAN appliance

    Security Scene-Stealer?
    A pedigreed Silicon Valley startup is set to enter the security field with a dedication to go to market 100 percent through the channel.
  • EMC Embraces Security
    Just one-third of the way through its largest product refresh ever, EMC is the latest storage vendor to get religion about security.
  • Burden of Proof
    Under the banner of "Proven Security," McAfee will steadily reposition and rebrand itself as the undisputed expert in network and enterprise security.
  • Katrina Scammers Try To Infect PCs, Steal IDs
    The day that Hurricane Katrina roared ashore, there was growing evidence that scammers and hackers are using the disaster to distribute phishing attacks and worms to the unwary and unsuspecting.
  • VARs Needed For Security Enhancement, Government Survey Finds
    VARs able to help the federal government improve software quality, comply with Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) requirements and implement wireless security controls are in high demand, according to a survey of chief information security officers (CISOs) at civilian and defense agencies.
  • Startup to provide resellers exclusive access to leads generated by Auditor product

    Safend Readies Channel Initiative
    Security startup Safend is launching its first official partner program with a commitment to push all of its business through the channel.
  • It's Not Rocket Science
    I had a revelation last week. Not unusual, since I spent several days rubbing shoulders with about 250 solution providers at the CMP Media Channel Group XChange conference in Orlando, Fla. But it reminded me that sometimes we manage to make things seem a whole lot more mysterious and complicated than we should.
  • Panel points out opportunities for decade ahead

    Talking Up Security, Managed Services
    The next decade will bring opportunities for solution providers delivering managed services and security solutions, according to a panel hosted by CMP Media Channel Group President Robert Faletra, held during last week&s XChange conference.