A worthy upgrade: Next-gen security on Windows 10 proves resilient against ransomware outbreaks in 2017
Antimalware companies have for some time used machine learning and big data analysis to detect and disrupt malware. But to move from disruption to eradication, the antimalware ecosystem must work with new types of partners in different ways. Read more >>
The keynote sessions at the RSA Conference are always compelling. This year’s presentations at the Moscone Center in San Francisco have been some of the best I’ve seen, with a strong focus on government surveillance programs and what they mean for the IT industry.
In his keynote speech, Trustworthy Computing Corporate Vice President, Scott Charney, discussed “Conundrums in Cyberspace”, along with his take on the sometimes conflicting roles of government as it relates to the internet. See more >>
Microsoft and others in the technology industry have worked together for many years to disrupt malicious software, or malware, and to reduce its impact on customers. But despite those efforts, many malware families live on, continuing to infect computers and cause damage well after they are discovered.
Can industry leaders come together and begin eliminating malware once and for all? Read more >>