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March Madness? More like March Malware-ness

The annual tradition that is the NCAA college basketball tournament brings great excitement to many people, but it also introduces "maddening" risks for security professionals. But there are ways to balance the two.

Has Cyber Security Awareness Improved Among the Largest U.K. Businesses?

About a year ago, Trustwave conducted research to determine how many of the U.K. FTSE 100 companies identified cyber risk and data security, in their annual reports, as a concern. For some industries, the numbers were troubling. So we decided to carry out the research again to learn if there were any improvements made. What we found may ease some of your worries.

6 Common Questions Answered About Windows XP End-of-Life

Microsoft is ending support on April 8, 2014 for the Windows XP operating system. Yes, all good things must come to an end. Entities that fail to update are doing so at their own risk, both from a security and risk perspective, as well as a compliance standpoint. Gregory Rosenberg, a security engineer at Trustwave, answers some of the common questions about XP end-of-life that we've been receiving from customers.

How to Prepare for the Incoming Wave of HIPAA Audits

The HIMSS 2014 health care IT conference saw a heavy focus on security, privacy and compliance. Included was discussion around the next round of HIPAA audits, which will impact both covered entities and business associates. Risk assessments and analysis will be a critical way to prepare for and pass these audits.