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  • / Technology

    Security software seller CyberDefender names a VP of e-commerce

    CyberDefender Corp., which sells software to fight spyware and viruses, has named Raffi Simonian vice president of e-commerce. He formerly worked with AOL and Xdrive.

    Posted 06/29/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    CyberDefender Corp., which sells software to fight spyware and viruses, has named Raffi Simonian vice president of e-commerce. He formerly worked with AOL and Xdrive.
  • / Press Release

    Panda Security for Internet Transactions: a service to secure online transactions

    Banks, pay-platforms and other businesses that operate online can ensure their clients are not infected with malware and prevent fraudulent transactions MADRID, October 16, 2007--Panda Security has launched Panda Security for Internet Transactions, an antifraud service for online transactions to protect clients of e-banking, pay-platforms and e-commerce against active malware. Banks and businesses will be able to scan PCs to ensure that users...

    Posted 10/23/2007

    Banks, pay-platforms and other businesses that operate online can ensure their clients are not infected with malware and prevent fraudulent transactions MADRID, October 16, 2007--Panda Security has launched Panda Security for Internet Transactions, an antifraud service for online transactions to…
  • / Press Release

    StoreNext to Provide Solidcore Security With Store Systems

    Integrated "deploy-and-forget" modules protect grocer software and operations PLANO, Texas - August 1, 2006 - StoreNext`s independent grocers will be among the first store system users to enjoy relief from software viruses and other PCI security compliance concerns. Under an agreement announced today, Solidcore`s S3 Control system has been integrated with the ISS45 point-of-sale system and other StoreNext products, providing software change...

    Posted 08/01/2006

    Integrated "deploy-and-forget" modules protect grocer software and operations PLANO, Texas - August 1, 2006 - StoreNext`s independent grocers will be among the first store system users to enjoy relief from software viruses and other PCI security compliance concerns. Under an agreement announced…
  • / Technology

    Worms and viruses and hackers, oh my

    A Gartner survey ranks IT managers’ concerns about online security threats. Half the survey respondents say they increased spending on security measures this year and expect to boost spending again in 2006.

    Posted 06/16/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    A Gartner survey ranks IT managers’ concerns about online security threats. Half the survey respondents say they increased spending on security measures this year and expect to boost spending again in 2006.
  • / Marketing

    A super virus could coincide with the Super Bowl, web experts warn

    Although the Mydoom e-mail worm spread extremely fast on Monday, its impact on Internet traffic had lessened by Wednesday, experts say. But it still poses a major threat on Sunday, when it may trigger a massive blast of e-mail that could clog the web.

    Posted 01/29/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Although the Mydoom e-mail worm spread extremely fast on Monday, its impact on Internet traffic had lessened by Wednesday, experts say. But it still poses a major threat on Sunday, when it may trigger a massive blast of e-mail that could clog the web.
  • / Marketing

    From Russia, not quite with love; Mydoom is the worst yet, researcher says

    The Russian-originated Mydoom e-mail worm spread faster in its first 24 hours than last year’s Soibig.F virus, e-mail security firm MessageLabs says. Keynote Systems says Mydoom’s effect on web site performance appears to have peaked yesterday.

    Posted 01/27/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The Russian-originated Mydoom e-mail worm spread faster in its first 24 hours than last year’s Soibig.F virus, e-mail security firm MessageLabs says. Keynote Systems says Mydoom’s effect on web site performance appears to have peaked yesterday.

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