McAfee knows only too well what can happen when software released as a service is faulty. Just a month after its public relations disaster following the release of a faulty DAT file which crashed enormous numbers of its users’ computers, the company’s chief technology officer for SaaS is in Australia talking up the importance of cloud computing security.
Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: Cloud ServicesMicrosoft's new Cloud Security Readiness Tool provides organisations with a report showing how moving to the cloud could help the organisation's security.
Trend Micro’s new Trend Ready Cloud Service Providers program supplies business customers with a vehicle to verify the compatibility of the security vendor’s Deep Security and SecureCloud platforms within public clouds. So what’s in it for channel partners?
McAfee Co-President Michael DeCesare this morning offered an update on the Intel-McAfee synergies, and he sees four trends impacting the future of IT security: (1) Social media, (2)public and private cloud, (3) big data and (4) the app explosion tied to mobile.
HP is having another crack at cloud computing, announcing that from May 10th it will progressively roll out an infrastructure, then platform as a service public cloud. It will couple this with tools to allow enterprises to build their own internal clouds, and offer a range of managed cloud services.
McAfee, working closely with Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) on some fronts, is making four enhancements to its Endpoint Security offerings — which range from Apple iOS 6 support to more encryption capabilities across PCs and Macs. Senior VP Candace Worley described the endpoint security strategy during FOCUS 12, a conference this week in Las Vegas.
Xen.org, home of the open source Xen hypervisor, today announced the availability of Xen Cloud Platform 1.6 (or short XCP), an industry-leading virtualization platform for companies to create and manage virtual infrastructures for servers, desktops and clouds.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: MarketGlobal unified web, email mobile security and data loss prevention company, Websense, has now released its ACE in the Cloud for Triton architecture which it says “changes the game” for securing of networks, with organisations now easily able to add, through the cloud, global, deep content-aware security to thwart advanced threats and targeted attacks.