Sophos said it has strengthened its network security offerings with two enhanced high-end Unified Threat Management appliances, the UTM 525 and 625, and the new Sophos RED 50 (Remote Ethernet Device), the first security solution to offer complete and centrally managed Unified Threat Management for medium-sized branch offices.
Sophos has announced that more than one million devices worldwide are now managed by its mobile device management (MDM) solution, Sophos Mobile Control.
Sophos has released a new unified threat management appliance and software package exclusively for small businesses, the Sophos UTM 100 appliance which comes with BasicGuard, offering network, email, web and wireless protection.
Security firm Sophos has reported that stolen passwords and banking data were being shared on a Facebook page belonging to the Albania Pirate Group, urging users to report any such pages found to Facebook immediately.
Sophos is warning Facebook users to be on their guard against unsolicited emails they might receive suggesting that someone has left an offensive comment about them on their wall.
SophosLabs has raised its threat level to "High" in response to an as-yet unpatched security vulnerability in Internet Explorer. The zero day threat was uncovered at the weekend and impacts most versions of Windows.
Sophos has announced a hosted version of its mobile device management (MDM) solution, Sophos Mobile Control, enabling partners to offer clients a choice of delivery models.
Sophos has announced the latest version of its mobile device management solution, Sophos Mobile Control 2.5, which comes with an updated web-based administrative console and extensive new feature set, paving the way to bring BYOD into the enterprise quickly, safely and securely.
The continuing adoption of iPads in the enterprise space has created a new weak link in security which Apple Inc continues to downplay or ignore. Dr James Lyne, director of technology strategy at Sophos, does not mince words, saying, ‘When it comes to security, Apple has its head in the sand.’
UK-based security specialist Sophos Inc has released new products, including a free antivirus app for Android devices, and also warned about a new Twitter malware spreading like wildfire.