Sophos has announced an update to its Unified Threat Management (UTM), with more than 100 new features that bring Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) to the small and mid-sized market, capabilities that were previously only available to large enterprises.
Virus Bulletin's John Hawes looks at a study conducted by a mixed group of computer scientists and psychologists at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Sophos has announced a new approach to data protection with the latest release of Sophos SafeGuard Encryption 6.1, which it said addresses the two biggest issues in encryption – performance and usability.
Large enterprises are increasingly paying more attention and pouring more money into cyber-security, but not all companies have the resources to do the same, especially SMEs, which is why Sophos introduced its security-as-a-service offering, writes Gabey Goh.
The year 2013 saw cyber-criminals continuing to professionalise their ‘industry,’ offering easy to buy and use services that amplified the scale of cyber-crime to levels never seen before, according to Sophos.
Without oversight, the behaviour of mobile advertising frameworks risks crossing all manner of privacy and security lines, so perhaps it's time to pin down just what is acceptable from mobile advertising, and what we would consider inappropriate, writes John Hawes.
Sophos has announced a strategy to deliver cloud-managed security solutions that it said would appeal to organisations seeking a simpler approach to IT security.
An anonymous person, claiming to be from hacktivist group Anonymous, recently fired off a hacking threat against Singapore's financial systems, writes Paul Ducklin.
News has been spreading that Twitter is slowly introducing changes to how it handles direct messages and control the types of links that can be sent; Sophos' Chester Wisniewski has a look.
Sophos said that its mobile device management and security platform Sophos Mobile Control (SMC) will immediately support iOS 7, Apple’s latest mobile operating system.