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Links 1 through 10 of 45 by Cory Edwards tagged trends

Nearly half IT administrators said they consider cloud disaster recovery (DR) services a viable option for disaster recovery, although security remains the chief concern, according to a survey of 1,473 small- to medium-sized enterprise (SME) and enterprise IT professionals in the United States.

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Symantec published Volume XV of their Trends for 2009 report.

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Businesses need to take note of the increase in malicious cyber activity in emerging countries, particularly those offshore and outsourced operations, says Symantec.

Although this trend has been noted before, it became more pronounced in 2009, according to Symantec’s latest Global Internet Security Threat Report.

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Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) today released its new Internet Security Threat Report volume XV, which highlights key trends in cybercrime from Jan.1, 2009 to Dec. 31, 2009. In a year bookended by two very prominent Cyber attacks – Conficker in the opening months of the year and Hydraq at the very end – Symantec’s Internet Security Threat Report reveals continued growth in both the volume and sophistication of cybercrime attacks.

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Symantec has just published its annual in-depth threat report and recommendations on how to improve enterprise security. Symantec Global Internet Security Threat Report: Trends for 2009 is now available online, along with a Webinar that summarizes the key points from the report.

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Software vulnerability disclosures are in decline forcing cybercriminals to use targeted attacks against third-party browser components, according to two global threat reports issued by Microsoft and Symantec Corp.

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Enterprises were a growing target for cyber-criminals last year, in part because attackers stand to gain considerable sums from corporate intellectual property, according to a report put out by Symantec Corp. Cyber-crooks have been taking advantage of the huge volumes of personal information publicly available on social networking sites to target "key" individuals at corporations, Symantec found.

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According to research from iPass, the consumerization of IT, particularly around mobile devices, continues cause security problems for enterprises.

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Most children don’t have parental controls on their mobile phones. Almost half of parents didn’t think their children could access adult content with their phones and a large majority said they wanted more guidance on fighting threats created by their children having mobile devices.

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The security software business is expected to grow more in 2010 than it did in 2009. It is expected to grow by 11.3 percent. This trend will be led by the replacement of traditional software licensing models with software-as-a-service models and security appliances. Compliance will also be a big factor. The consumer segment will dominate the market.

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