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Video: Databases Need Their Own Protection

While network and application security are key components to thwarting a breach, so is specifically protecting your database. In a new video, Josh Shaul, a Trustwave director of product management, explains why protecting your database is critical and offers simple tips for how to do it.

The State of Application Security in One Digestible View

Adequately protecting applications remains a rampant security pressure point for most organizations. Part of the problem is awareness to the extent of the threat. That's why we decided to create a visually engaging infographic – titled "Applications Under Duress: How Well Do You Test Your Apps?" - which paints the picture of application security.

4 Ways to Ensure the Next Application You Roll Out is Security Ready

Did you know that four out of five IT professionals are pressured to roll out IT projects before they are security ready? In many cases, those projects are mobile, cloud and web applications that front some of an organization’s most sensitive data. From obtaining C-Level support to developer training to vulnerability testing, find out how to beat back the pressure and ensure your next application rollout has security in mind.

Why We're Extra Excited This Year About Our SC Magazine Awards Europe Nominations

Trustwave has been nominated in two SC Magazine Awards 2014 Europe categories – Best Web Content Management Solution and Best Network Access Control Solution. We’re especially proud to be recognized in these two categories considering how important these technologies are to organizations grappling with the sophisticated threat of attackers and malware.

FAQs: The Heartbleed Bug

We have a big one on our hands. The Heartbleed bug exists in OpenSSL, a cryptographic library that secures a huge amount of web traffic. The fallout may continue for weeks and months to come. Here are some common questions surrounding the bug.

We're Raising the Curtain at TRANSACT 14

Trustwave is back in a big away at the annual TRANSACT conference (formerly ETA Annual Meeting & Expo), which unites the payments industry and runs April 8 to 10 in Las Vegas. We've got lots going on, including booth activity, speaker sessions and a charitable endeavor.

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.