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By Sarah Reedy, Senior Editor, 3/18/2014
Network attacks may be increasingly inevitable, but 83% of enterprises say they are unprepared for them, according to new research from Arbor Networks.
By Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-chief, 12/12/2013
NEW YORK -- Mobile Network Security Strategies -- More than 100 industry executives and sponsors converged on the Westin Times Square Hotel in New York City on December 5 to discuss the ...
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 12/10/2013
A timing expert from the National Institute of Standards is concerned that the ease with which GPS signals can be jammed could spell trouble for wireless networks, as well as many other ...
By Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-chief, 12/9/2013
Infoblox raised its profile in the communications network security domain Monday with the unveiling of a DNS server that comes with integrated security tools designed to fend off ...
By Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, 12/6/2013
NEW YORK -- Mobile Network Security Strategies -- As bad as malware may be, it's not the only growing security problem with mobile networks today. There's also "madware."
latest comment Dan@LightReadingMobile Yeah, still doesn't make much sense though.
By Sarah Reedy, Senior Editor, 12/6/2013
NEW YORK — Mobile Network Security Strategies -- AT&T's dual-persona smartphone software -- will soon get a lot more useful to enterprises: The carrier plans to introduce dual-phone ...
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