Security Training

  • Training and Education: An Essential Ingredient of Small Business Security strategy

    Security is about more than technology, it's also about people. This article explains why training and education are the most essential ingredients of your security strategy, especially in a small business.
    By Bill Bunter February 4, 2011 

  • Sources for Basic Computer Security Training

    Any person or business that relies heavily on computers, networks or the Internet should gain some basic computer security training. In fact, not recognizing the need could spell disaster.
    By Jean Scheid January 31, 2011 

  • How to Avoid Email Viruses – Complete Virus Protection

    Email attachments are one of the most common sources of virus and spyware. Though there is no fool proof method that can guarantee 100 per cent virus protection, the possibility of virus infections can be reduced to minimum by following the tips mentioned...
    By Arun Kumar (PowercutIN) January 25, 2011 


  • Communicating a Security Awareness Training Policy

    Once an information security policy has been drafted, the next step is to disseminate it to your employees. How should this be done? How often? Read on for a quick look at how to keep that policy fresh and effective.
    By Finn Orfano January 13, 2011 

  • Network Security Awareness Training: Worth It or Waste of Time?

    Network security awareness training is not a waste of time; rather, it is a worthwhile program for all computer users. It focuses on specific security issues relevant to everyone's use of computers on networks.
    By Daniel Brecht December 18, 2010 

  • The Anatomy of Password Hacking Programs

    Find out how to protect your passwords by knowing how they are hacked. This article explains some of the methods of how password hacking programs work and how you can protect yourself.
    By Amanda Presley November 7, 2010 


  • Defining Browser Hijacking

    While browsing the web or accessing online content, control of what is displayed, how your browser operates, and how it is configured could be changed remotely--this is browser hijacking. Most often the changes are automatically performed by malicious...
    By Lee Clemmer October 25, 2010 

  • Top 10 Free Virus and Trojan Removal Tools

    Free antivirus programs with real-time protection helps in protecting computers from malware infection. What about the removal tools in the free antivirus programs? Can you really remove infections using a free antivirus program? Find out which...
    By Donna Buenaventura September 26, 2010 

  • Common Network Security Interview Questions

    This article throws light on how the interviewers select a candidate by listing some common network security interview questions.
    By Arun Kumar (PowercutIN) September 19, 2010 

  • IE8 SmartScreen Filter vs. Ad-Aware Download Guard vs. SpywareGuard – Part 3

    This is the final part of this series of articles which we will discuss and check the performance of Ad-Aware's Download Guard and SmartScreen Filter in Internet Explorer 8.
    By Donna Buenaventura August 23, 2010 
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