May 14, 2009

When NAC meets NAP

Complete and seamless integration across Cisco NAC, Microsoft NAP, and other network access control solutions remains a distant dream, but signs of progress emerge

May 14, 2009

Microsoft NAP: NAC for the rest of us?

NAP is a good foundation for policy-based network access control, but lacks granular controls and easy management

May 14, 2009

Napera N24: NAP made easy

Napera's plug-and-play network access control appliance brings NAP services to Windows and Mac OS X, without the use of Windows Server 2008

March 17, 2009

Test Center: E-mail security services square off

From spam-busting to content management, we test the limits of hosted e-mail security offerings from AppRiver, MessageLabs, Microsoft, MX Logic, SECNAP, and Trend Micro

February 11, 2009

Endpoint security shootout: Five products compete to protect client systems

InfoWorld testing reveals key differences in platform support, security features, and reporting functions among Check Point, McAfee, Sophos, Symantec, and Trend Micro solutions

February 3, 2009

Browser secrets of secure connections

Ranking Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari on cipher support

February 3, 2009

Test Center guide to browser security

Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari have different security advantages and shortcomings. More important than the browser you choose, however, is how you maintain and use it.

January 30, 2009

Test Center: How secure is Safari?

Apple's Web browser has many good protections, but lacks security zones, granular controls, and strong cipher support

January 29, 2009

Test Center: How secure is Internet Explorer?

The world's most popular browser is also the most frequently attacked, but comes with controls and management capabilities other browsers can't match

January 28, 2009

Test Center: How secure is Opera?

Opera Software's underrated browser is rich in both features and granular security controls, but misses important Windows protections

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