CRN Security News


  • What&'s Hot At RSA
    Security professionals agree that one of the biggest concerns in protecting the corporate network is making sure that when employees take laptops on the road they don't reconnect them to the corporate network infected with some sort of malware. The emerging technology to deal with this, known as Network Access Control, will be in the spotlight at this week&'s annual RSA security conference in San Jose, Calif.
  • With the right tools and a little know-how, system builders can expand their business — and keep customers networked and happy


    How To: Getting Started With Ethernet Cabling
    With the right tools and a little know-how, system builders can expand their business—and keep customers networked and happy.
  • Cisco Revamps Security-Management Offerings
    Cisco Systems is taking a big step to ease the management of its security equipment--and that of other vendors, as well. This week, the company is releasing its Cisco Security Management Suite (CSMS), an integrated security-event manager that includes the new Cisco Security Manager, and a revamped Cisco Security Monitoring, Analysis, and Response System (MARS). Cisco has also enhanced the SSL VPN and antimalware capabilities of its ASA 5500 security appliance.
  • Security Watch: RSA Expo Sneak Preview
    The biggest security event of the year starts today in San Jose, Calif., featuring numerous big-name speakers as well as a wealth of new product and solution announcements. Here's a jump-start on what to expect.
  • Spi Dynamics Helps To Patch Security Holes
    SPI Dynamics has come to the rescue with its WebInspect Web application security tool, which, as the name implies, is a utility that quickly uncovers security problems and helps administrators plug security holes.
  • Does Mac Have Potential For Hacker Attacks?
    The Apple Macintosh enjoys a reputation as one of the more secure systems out there, but the recent discovery of vulnerabilities in two of Apple&'s most popular applications serves as a reminder that no Internet user is immune. to attacks.
  • Dell-Google Hijinks
    One thing you can bet on from last week&'s confirmation that Dell is testing Google technology is that Michael Dell is pointing a figurative gun at the head of longtime buddy Bill Gates.
  • Spyware Triples During 2005
    Spyware tripled during 2005, became ever-more sophisticated and stealthy, and attached itself to U.S. computers at rates above any other country, a security company says.
  • Appliance melds firewall, antivirus, router


    Juniper Combines Security, Routing
    Juniper Networks this week is bringing its security and networking capabilities together in its new Secure Services Gateway, a branch-office appliance that combines unified threat management with WAN access routing features.
  • Got a crashed system on your hands? Or one that simply needs a power boost? Here's everything you'll need to rebuild systems profitably


    Get Ready for Rebuilds
    Got a crashed system on your hands? Or one that simply needs a power boost? Here's everything you'll need to rebuild systems profitably.
  • Early Version Of Linksys One Comes Up Short
    Cisco Systems&' Linksys division says it&'s still on track for a nationwide rollout this fall of the Linksys One hosted VoIP offering for small businesses, but several partners who recently saw live demonstrations of the product said the current version falls short of their expectations.
  • IronPort launches new technology to assess trustworthiness of embedded links


    Beefing Up E-Mail Security
    In an effort to get tougher on spam and phishing attacks, e-mail security vendor IronPort Systems has launched a new capability that enables its appliances to assess the trustworthiness of Web links embedded in e-mails. The vendor&'s new Web Reputation technology, rolled out this month, aims to increase the antispam functionality of its e-mail security appliances and is supported by its SenderBase Network security database.

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