A Kaspersky Lab expert has conducted real field research at a private clinic in an attempt to explore its security weaknesses and how to address them.
With Windows still holding a dominant desktop market share, Microsoft believes it has a view into security that no other vendor has, and can muster resources others lack, writes Benjamin Cher.
More than 16% of all PC users who agreed to provide data to the distributed global Kaspersky Security Network were still working on computers running Microsoft Corp’s Windows XP operating system in June 2014.
Asia accounts for 30% of revenue, emerging markets a current key focus New generation of data protection solutions expected to be unveiled in 2015
So many systems on the Internet are about to become viable targets because of the end of support for Windows XP, making this situation a problem not just for those people running those vulnerable systems but for everyone, writes Christopher Budd of Trend Micro Inc.
Microsoft (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is seeing signs that more small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are beginning to understand the need to upgrade their IT infrastructure, which the company believes is a good sign given the end of support for its Windows XP operating system, reports Goh Thean Eu.
Despite improvements in card security technologies, there are still gaps End of support for WinXP will pose increasing security risks on POS systems
Enterprises in Asia Pacific are expected to spend nearly US$230 billion in 2014 to deal with issues caused by malware deliberately loaded onto pirated software, according to a new joint study conducted by IDC and the National University of Singapore (NUS) and commissioned by Microsoft Corp.
Microsoft Malaysia has reminded consumers and companies that support for the Windows XP operating system (OS) and Office 2003 will end on April 8, 2014, just about 30 days away.
Fortinet has rolled out FortiGuard Labs’ 2014 security predictions, highlighting five threats to watch out for next year.