Ed Moyle of Security Curve concurred "I think the fact that it took eight months to get to the U.S. is asignificant indicator of the infection rate that we're likely to see nowthat it's here," he told TechNewsWorld....
"It seems as if a number of antivirus vendors are assuming in their risk-ratings that most enterprises will be filtering IM-type content, but in today's world, both personnel in the business community as well as home users are using IM to communicate," Ed Moyle of Security Curve told TechNewsWorld...
"The innovative thing about this worm is in its use of real-time, thirdparty content in the construction of the e-mail subject and text," Ed Moyleof SecurityCurve told TechNewsWorld "Malware authors have historicallytried to make their attachment enticing to the recipient by u...
"The McAfee list, while I'm sure it's accurate according to theirmethodology, leaves quite a few very important points unsaid," Ed Moyle ofSecurityCurve told TechNewsWorld "First of all,this is being billed as the 'top 10 threats for 2004.' It clearly isn't.While I understand...
"It's a solution in search of a problem," analyst Ed Moyle of SecurityCurvetold TechNewsWorld Moyle added, however, that the software will provide enterprises with a useful way to gain more control overemployee devices that access their networks....
Although the idea is a good one, SecurityCurve analyst Ed Moyle said, he's unconvinced it will work "I suspect that the implementation might fall short of the ideal in determining threats ahead of time. Specifically, without analyzing the malware and producing a signature for ...
"I fully understand why Oracle would want to use a timed release-cycle, but I'm not sure what the reason is for their decision to move away from the monthly cycle that they had proposed a few months ago," Ed Moyle, president of Security Curve, told CRM Buyer. "They may be responding to their customers or they may be responding to their software developers; either way, it's arguably irresponsible to knowingly allow a vulnerability in a piece of critical enterprise infrastructure to remain unpatched for months at a time."
"The most infrequent security breach is someone from the outside coming in, second most unlikely is someone on the inside being malicious, but what happens daily is people doing something that has a security ramification without thinking about it," Ed Moyle, president of Security Curve, told TechNewsWorld...
Ed Moyle, principal of information security firm Security Curve, told the E-Commerce Times the arrests should ultimately help calm the fears of some customers who are deciding whether or not to shop online "In the electronic space, we haven't had a lot of big wins against frau...
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