Geek Gestalt hits the heartland.
Norton Internet Security 2009 hits all the right security notes and its superior protection technologies might even win back some jaded anti-Symantec folks, though for some technical support may continue to frustrate
BlackBerry's acquisition of German software firm Secusmart aims to secure voice and data and put better mobile security in every president and chancellor's hand.
People are thinking more about security and that's a good thing, says Joe Sullivan, who also touted the company's encryption policies during a press briefing at headquarters.
Broadcom’s 802.11ac router SoC has Norton’s home security suite built in to protect all connected devices.
CEO Tim Cook tells the Wall Street Journal it will send email alerts and push notifications when someone tries to make password changes or try to restore data or login to an account on a new device.
With the goal of better protecting user data, the social network buys a company known for just that.
The social network buys Mitro and lets it keep operating as is -- the only change is now the startup's code will be open source.
Norton Internet Security 2010 builds on the immense progress it made in last year's version, maintaining a low system profile while strengthening its security framework. It's not perfect, but even Symantec's detractors should check it out.
A security flaw in Microsoft’s Web browser makes it possible for hackers to hijack computers, AOL warns users to change passwords after a cyberattack, and Skype stops charging for group video chats.
A security flaw in Microsoft’s Web browser makes it possible for hackers to hijack computers, AOL warns users to change passwords after a cyberattack, and Skype stops charging for group video chats