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Product Report: Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 and Kaspersky Security Center 9 - 70401

Kaspersky Endpoint Security and Kaspersky Security Center are two key components of Kaspersky Open Space Security – the integrated security suite from highly reputable security company Kaspersky Lab. Targeted primarily towards small and medium businesses, Kaspersky Open Space Security…

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Saying that others are wrong doesn't make a mobile OS secure

Recently, Chris DiBona published a comment (or blog or whatever it is) at Google+ bashing at a lot of companies and people in the industry. He starts with "people claiming that open source is inherently insecure and that android is festooned with viruses because of that and because we do not…

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Mobile phones and security - still two worlds colliding?

Some days ago I received a new HTC Pro Windows Phone, now running with Windows 7.5, the "Mango" release. Overall, I really like that phone. It is smart, it is very easy to configure. I never had a phone which was up and running with access to all mail accounts, calendar, and tasks so…

Advisory Note

Advisory Note: BYOD - 70335

Bring Your Own Device (or “BYOD” for short) may seem like the latest hype, but in fact it isn’t really all that new. Employees have been bringing their smartphones or iPads to work for quite some time now, mostly with their employers’ explicit (or at least implicit)…

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How can IT keep a grip on mobile devices?

Bring Your Own Device (or “BYOD” for short) is another IT hype word making the rounds nowadays, but it isn’t really all that new. Many employees have been bringing their smartphones or iPads to work for quite some time now, with the company’s explicit or implicit consent – at least as long…

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How to Prepare for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)

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Jun 30, 2011: How to prepare for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)

In a recent blog entry , KuppingerCole´s principal analyst Martin Kuppinger wrote, that the acronym BYOD stands for IT departments accepting that they’ve lost against their users. Now we have to see, how we can make the best out of it and minimize the risks involved with private mobile…

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Be prepared for BYOD

BYOD: Again one of these acronyms. It stands for "Bring Your Own Device". You'd also say that it stands for IT departments accepting that they've lost against their users. They have lost the discussion about which devices shall be allowed in corporate environments. When I travel by train, I…

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Passwordless for the Masses

Passwordless for the Masses

What an interesting coincidence: I’m writing this just after finishing a webinar where we talked about the latest trends in strong authentication and the ways to eliminate passwords within an enterprise. Well, this could not have been a better time for the latest announcement from Microsoft, introducing Azure Active Directory support for passwordless sign-in using FIDO2 authentication devices. Although most people agree that passwords are no longer an even remotely adequate [...]

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