CRN Security News


  • 12 Crazy Ads From RSA 2008
    The buzz was a bit quieter at RSA 2008 than it has been in previous years, but that doesn't mean some vendors didn't arrive in San Francisco loaded for bear with high impact advertising. ChannelWeb hit the show floor as soon as the doors opened on day one of the annual security conference, and the following are some of the most eye catching ads we encountered. And when we say 'eye catching', that doesn't always mean they made sense.
  • RSA Breaks New Ground In Identity Assurance
    With 40 new enhancements, RSA's new identity management product offers a solution to problems created by an increasingly mobile workforce, exposed networks and sophisticated security threats.
  • Apple Releases 11 QuickTime Patches
    Most of the vulnerabilities are contained in the movie and image components, allowing attackers to crash a system and execute arbitrary code after a viewer opens a maliciously crafted file.
  • Apple Issues 11 QuickTime Patches
    Most of the vulnerabilities affect QuickTime's movie and picture files, which could allow attackers to crash an application after a viewer opened a maliciously crafted file.
  • 15 New Security Products You'll See At RSA
    From data loss prevention to eye retinal scanners to media encryption, these newly released security devices will be sure to keep your systems safe and sound long after RSA Conference 2008.
  • Top Five Trends in the Federal IT Market
    The cycle of electoral politics, the steady increase of globalization and security needs are all part of the top trends VARs working with the federal government need to know about
  • Stopping Another Hannaford: Review of nFX DataOne
    The announcement of a data breach at Hannaford Bros. supermarket's might have been prevented with better data base security. The Test Center examines one product to see how it protects databases from just those types of breaches.
  • Channel Best-Sellers: Security Suites
    Still far and away the market leader, Symantec Corp. held fast to its position in security suite products, exceeding its nearest competitor, CA Inc., by more than 50 share percentage points. Despite its market dominance Symantec's security suite offering lost seven-tenths of a point between 2006 and 2007.