CRN Security News

  • Check Point To Roll Out New VPN-1 Software
    Check Point Software Technologies next week plans to roll out a new version of its VPN-1 software that allows companies to strike an all-important balance between security and performance.
  • Concerns over security issues put vendors and solution providers on the hot seat

    RFID: A Bad Rap?
    As the RFID technology market moves beyond early adopters, vendors and integrators are fielding customer questions about the security of RFID systems.
  • Beyond ID Management: How VARs Can Secure SMB Biz
    Identity management in the VAR channel is not the all-in-one black bucket it is in the enterprise space. Instead of customized frameworks for provisioned, single-sign-on, directory-integrated identity management, in the SMB space there are opportunities to sell identity modules, says Mike Neuenschwander, Burton Group research director.
  • Symantec Fixes Email Security Software Bug
    Symantec is investigating a potentially serious vulnerability in its Mail Security for SMTP software that could be exploited by hackers to launch denial of service attacks or take control over affected systems.
  • Citrix Warns Of New Presentation Server Bug
    Citrix has patched a buffer overflow glitch in its Presentation Server Client for Windows that could pave the way for remote code execution with the privileges of an authenticated user.
  • Palisade Systems Bets Big On Data Loss Prevention
    Palisade Systems is banking big-time on data loss prevention, one of the fastest-growing segments of the security market, and the upstart security software maker is betting that the channel will make it a winning move.
  • Cisco Fixes Multiple Catalyst Vulnerabilities
    Several of Cisco Systems' Catalyst line of switches and routers contain a vulnerability that could be leveraged by attackers to gain complete control over an affected system, the San Jose, Calif.-based networking giant said Wednesday.
  • Targeted Trojans To Reign In 2007
    As worldwide worm epidemics fade, Trojan attacks aimed at specific companies will take their place as the predominant malware menace this year, according to security firm Kaspersky Labs.
  • Symantec: Vista Not A Security Panacea
    Microsoft Windows Vista is a more secure version of Windows, but it doesn't solve all the security problems that have plagued the world's most-prevalent operating system, according to researchers from Symantec's Security Response Advanced Threat Research team.