Antivirus software can’t keep up with new malware or variants of known malware, but it still plays a role in an overall endpoint protection strategy.
Stories by Maria Korolov
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Cyber criminals don't need to place malware on your system to get in. Fileless or zero-footprint attacks use legitimate applications or even the operating system.
End-to-end email encryption is getting more attention as security and compliance concerns mount, but practical use cases are rapidly being eaten away by other technologies.
Ransomware attacks--and defenses against them--are evolving fast, but enterprises still struggle to keep up.
Ransomware and other threats often get through signature-based anti-virus protection, giving it a bad rap. However, anti-virus tools still play an important role in the enterprise security strategy.
In this age of destructive and fast-spreading malware, companies are giving whitelisting a second look -- and with cloud-based, peer-to-peer whitelists and reputation scoring, the technology now has a chance to be widely adopted.