CRN Security News


  • 8 Questions for Juniper CEO Scott Kriens
    Juniper Chairman and CEO Scott Kriens fields questions about the vendor's channel strategy, the future of the security market and the biggest challenge facing Cisco Systems, its main competitor.
  • CSS Buys DHK, Expands Security Services
    Certified Security Solutions, a security consulting services firm, is expanding the breadth of its offerings with the acquisition of DHK Associates. The acquisition, terms of which were not released, give CSS new assessment services which can feed into its existing information security and internet security services.
  • Which peripherals are compatible with Vista? Do "Certified" and "Works" logos convey a functional difference? Find out here--and get recommendations, too.


    Vista-Friendly Peripherals, Part 1
    Which peripherals are compatible with Vista? Do "Certified" and "Works" logos convey a functional difference? Find out here--and get recommendations, too.
  • REVIEW: Securing LAN Connections
    As organizations increasingly rely on wireless technology to conduct their daily business and provide mobility both inside and outside the office, the need to secure and manage that infrastructure is becoming more complex.
  • Getting Started In Data Leak Prevention
    Bill Tomlinson, national security practice director at DynTek, an Irvine, Calif.-based security integrator, talks about the startup costs associated with data leak prevention solutions
  • Selling Data Leak Prevention
    John Kindervag, senior security architect at Atlanta-based integrator Vigilar, gives some pointers on how to break through customers' preconceived notions about data leak prevention technology
  • Services Opportunities For Data Leak Prevention
    amie Bjerke, director of technical services at Information Security Technology, a St. Paul, Minn.-based solution provider, discusses the services offerings that the channel can wrap around data leak prevention technology
  • Is The Digital Convergence Honeymoon Over?
    The D&H Distributing's Mid-Atlantic Show last week was a hubbub of new digital technologies, but VARs expressed concern that the market may be slowing down. However one company may be able to save it - Apple.
  • Popular SMB accounting package will now run on Linux, as well as Windows, servers.


    Intuit QuickBooks Enterprise Enters Linux Fold
    Intuit's QuickBooks Enterprise accounting package for SMBs will now run on Linux, as well as Windows, servers.
  • Researcher Roots Out D-Link Wireless Bug
    Symantec Tuesday warned of an unpatched vulnerability in a D-Link wireless device driver that could enable an attacker to create a denial of service situation or compromise an affected PC.
  • Symantec Takes Aim At Data Center Complexity
    At Symantec Vision 2007 in Las Vegas, Symantec chief John Thompson said the company's security, storage and management tools form a powerful arsenal for battling data center complexity.