Once news began spreading that Microsoft's Windows chief was heading for greener pastures, the wags weighed in.
With almost 100 new tablets debuting at CES this week, OpSec Security is warning potential buyers to be on the lookout for fakes being sold on certain Web sites.
The U.S. government's recent crackdown on Web sites offering fake brand-name products is an attempt to stem the torrent of bogus items available online. Here's how to spot bargains that are literally too good to be true.
If the price on a new iPhone 4S from an online unauthorized reseller looks too good to be true, it probably is.
In spite of its stagnant business strategy, Check Point deserves a lot of credit for its OpSec partnering and development project.
It seems like security and log management are great businesses to be; however, a few vendors that should be in the security and log management space remain on the sideline.
Imagine configuring a security policy and having it enforced across the IT infrastructure? That's the aim of "Stirling," a new product unveiled at TechEd.
The server giant teams with security-application maker Check Point Software to produce a standalone firewall-and-VPN appliance based around Linux.
Struck by the same idea at the same time, Nortel Networks, Cisco Systems and Check Point Software are all working to tie their standalone products together into "unified" platforms.