Entries Categorized as 'Windows 8'
by Neil MacDonald | September 22, 2012 | Comments Off
I saw yesterday that Microsoft had released the out of band patch for Internet Explorer as they had committed to do. Certainly, Microsoft’s motivation to quickly release the patch out of band was affected by calls from various enterprises and governments to ban the use of IE until the issue was resolved. What can […]
Category: Microsoft Microsoft Security Windows 7 Windows 8 Tags: Browser Security, Defense-in-Depth, Microsoft, Microsoft Security, Windows
by Neil MacDonald | September 13, 2012 | 3 Comments
I blogged about this question years ago, but a recent blog on CSO got me thinking once again. Has anything changed? Thoughts: 1) The question “Has antivirus outlived its value?” is wrong. AV hasn’t been AV for years. Gartner stopped calling the market “AV” back in 2006. Modern Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPP – the term […]
Category: Beyond Anti-Virus Endpoint Protection Platform Information Security Next-generation Security Infrastructure Windows 8 Tags: Adaptive Security Infrastucture, Apple, Beyond Anti-Virus, Defense-in-Depth, Endpoint Protection Platform, Information Security, Microsoft, Microsoft Security, Windows