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Security Bytes: Should states lead the charge for secure application development?
Security Bytes: SANS Log Management Survey is looking for the ROI
Security Bytes: Conficker, Downadup worm hype? Get the facts
Security Bytes: Microsoft Conficker/Downadup infections still not a major threat
Security Bytes: Security-Bytes blog added to IT Knowledge Exchange
Security Bytes: Adobe zero-day threat limited so dont panic
Security Bytes: Data walks out the door, but what do you really care about?
Security Bytes: Cisco's email services -- They hadda' do it
Security Bytes: CISOs seek frugal ways to secure systems
Security Bytes: Twitter worm attack highlights social network flaws
Security Bytes: Proof the Conficker worm not a major threat
Security Bytes: Citrix XenApp may seem complex, but streamlines security management
Security Bytes: Security bloggers, podcasters get day in sun
Security Bytes: LogLogic-Exaprotect deal reflects SIEM-log management bond
Security Bytes: Panda goes light on client, heavy into cloud
Security Bytes: Software delivery could fix software patching issues
Security Bytes: Survey: ATM/debit fraud on the rise
Security Bytes: V.i Labs integrates Google maps to track software piracy
Security Bytes: New media failed T-Mobile on data security breach claims
Security Bytes: Cligs URL shortening flaw highlights social networking ills
Security Bytes: What is a browser? Video may change your security training strategy
Security Bytes: Card security a costly fix, according to Aite study
Security Bytes: Serious IFrame attacks spread Trojan cocktail
Security Bytes: ConSentry Networks' demise underscores changing nature of NAC market
Security Bytes: Apple adds malware scanning to Snow Leopard
Security Bytes: TJX thrives following breach, bucks sour economy
Security Bytes: Security industry remains resilient to tough economy
Security Bytes: Mozilla helps Adobe push out faster patches
Security Bytes: Reuters: Obama ready to select cyber security czar
Security Bytes: ShmooCon soliciting papers
Security Bytes: VeriSign extends DDoS attack protection service
Security Bytes: Zeus Trojan evades antivirus software, Trusteer says
Security Bytes: Successful rogue antivirus hinges on social engineering
Security Bytes: Conficker analysis finds P2P coding limited, less sophisticated
Security Bytes: Attackers target PDF, DirectShow flaws with malicious banner ads
Security Bytes: Video shows Twitter attacks using shortened URLs
Security Bytes: Experts, vendors search for PCI’s holy grail
Security Bytes: Microsoft makes free antivirus software widely available
Security Bytes: Twitter gets condemned by CISOs at Forrester forum
Security Bytes: Need a security job? The Feds set a cap on security pros
Security Bytes: RSA banking Trojan research underscores problem tracking cybercriminals
Security Bytes: Massive phishing scheme affects Microsoft Hotmail accounts
Security Bytes: Melissa Hathaway joins Harvard’s Kennedy School as senior advisor
Security Bytes: Kaspersky responds to Microsoft Security Essentials with update for SMBs
Security Bytes: Rand study urges caution on cyberwarfare attacks
Security Bytes: Mozilla pushes out update, provides security suite add-ons
Security Bytes: Rogueware fake antivirus turns into ransomware
Security Bytes: Microsoft record Patch Tuesday: Should flaws be counted?
Security Bytes: Some Facebook applications lead to Russian attack sites
Security Bytes: Analyst calls Barracuda-Purewire deal proof of cloud dominance
Security Bytes: Is it time for security managers to get tough?
Security Bytes: A good business model: Symantec reports on "scareware"
Security Bytes: Email archiving vendor sues Gartner, doesn’t see magic in quadrant
Security Bytes: Cigital's Gary McGraw talks cloud security with Chris Hoff
Security Bytes: McAfee survey: Less money, less time, less security for midmarket
Security Bytes: Mozilla update repairs Firefox buffer overflow vulnerabilities
Security Bytes: Twitter warns of new phishing attacks
Security Bytes: New ransomware Trojan tricks victims to buy software fix
Security Bytes: Fragus exploit pack’s pricy business model locks users in
Security Bytes: Israeli Mossad add Trojan Horse to Syrian laptop
Security Bytes: iPhone worm Rickrolls jailbroken phones
Security Bytes: Russian cybercriminals target H1N1 Swine flu fears
Security Bytes: New York cafe WiFi passwords show Mac versus PC reality
Security Bytes: Increase in Gumblar backdoors poses FTP credential problems
Security Bytes: New Facebook worm uses sexy model to get guys to click da’ button
Security Bytes: New Zeus spam poses as Social Security statements
Security Bytes: Schneier on the hidden cost of poor security
Security Bytes: Hackers use Tiger Woods saga to conduct search attacks
Security Bytes: Bit.ly boosts malware protection
Security Bytes: The world’s top 5 riskiest top-level domains
Security Bytes: New Koobface variant strikes at Facebook Christmas greetings
Security Bytes: SQL injection attack knocks out at least 132K websites
Security Bytes: FBI estimates rogue antivirus losses exceeding $150 million
Security Bytes: Panda warns of American Express scam
Security Bytes: MasterCard reverses PCI compliance requirement
Security Bytes: Hathaway calls for international cybercrime task force
Security Bytes: Citigroup denies breach report
Security Bytes: Is mobile malware all hype? New figures show fragmented mobile phone market
Security Bytes: Securosis adds Security Incite, Rothman to its roster
Security Bytes: Gartner acquires Burton Group, bolsters presence
Security Bytes: Credit union warns of phony banking Android app
Security Bytes: Attackers continue barrage of SEO attacks
Security Bytes: Malware in Google attacks uses spaghetti code
Security Bytes: Browser exploit kit probe highlights need for patching, vigilance
Security Bytes: Chinese hacker says most are not skilled coders
Security Bytes: Torrent phishing scheme trips up Twitter users
Security Bytes: Spyware code targets BlackBerry users
Security Bytes: How to turn off Google Buzz and avoid privacy issues
Security Bytes: Microsoft patching issue tied to Alureon rootkit
Security Bytes: FTC probes P2P corporate data leaks
Security Bytes: This you??? Twitter phishing campaign spreads rapidly
Security Bytes: Secure cloud concept built on new Intel processor
Security Bytes: Shamir acknowledges chip-and-PIN attack as his favorite
Security Bytes: RSA panel weighs PCI implications of cloud computing
Security Bytes: Static source code analysis turned on its head
Security Bytes: Robert Maley dismissal, in retrospect, not surprising
Security Bytes: Estonia defense minister talks about 2007 cyberattacks
Security Bytes: Sophos researchers warn of new Amazon phishing scam
Security Bytes: Latest McAfee DLP update adds database crawling, faster rollout
Security Bytes: FISMA overhaul under way