Patch Tuesday Fixes One Zero-Day
8 Tips To Shape Data Center Strategy
Chinese Hackers Spied on EU Officials
AT&T: No NSA Spy Data for You
NSA Spying Hurts Hardware Sales
Microsoft rolled out 11 security bulletins in the final Patch Tuesday of 2013 -- five critical, six important fixing 24 vulnerabilities. Redmond issued 106 bulletins in 2013, up 22 percent from 2012.
Are you responsible for your company's data center and dealing with ever changing challenges? If so, check out these eight tips for developing a strategy that balances costs, risks, and agility.
Prior to the G20 summit in September, Chinese hackers sent e-mails laced with malware to the ministry computers of at least five European officials, according to research firm FireEye.
AT&T, under fire for ongoing revelations that it shares and sells customers' communications records to the NSA, says it isn't required to disclose to shareholders what it does with customers' data.
With evidence mounting that NSA spying has damaged the business of some of the largest U.S. tech companies, the question now is how long it will take them to win back the trust of global customers.