Intel Security News
McAfee is no longer a subsidiary of Intel, it's now free to pursue its cybersecurity ambitions
McAfee has announced the completion of a deal that transforms it from a wholly owned subsidiary of Intel into a joint-venture between Intel and TPG.
Cybercriminals are increasing their attacks on smartphones, easy data-rich targets
Smartphones have become a mine of personal information, holding bank data, credit card information and addresses, making them the preferred target for cybercriminals, experts warn.
Most indians consider their smartphone more important than their partner: Survey
If you've ever felt disgusted when your partner paid more attention to his/her smartphone on a date then you are not the only one.
Intel Security reveals findings of a study on the impact of technology on human relationships in India
Valentine's Day is just under a week away, and according to an Intel study, you are more likely to spend time with your smartphone than your partner.
Intel Security Innovation Alliance to focus on providing security against sophisticated cyber attacks
Intel Security announced that industry-leading companies like Check Point, Huawei, HP Enterprise Aruba and MobileIron had joined its partner ecosystem.
Intel Security outlines strategy for protecting new digital economy
Intel Security enhances its unified defense architecture in a bid to safeguard against threats to trust, time and money.
Anand Ramamoorthy named as the new managing director Intel Security for India and SAARC
Intel Security has announced the appointment of Anand Ramamoorthy as the new Managing director for India and SAARC. Ramamoorthy will handle key responsibilities that include driving enterprise-centric produce revenues, strengthening the consumer base and positioning India for rapid non-linear growth.
Avast acquires AVG for $1.3 billion; but is that a big deal?
Popular consumer antivirus company Avast would acquire its rival AVG for $1.3 billion, in an all cash deal. And the first thought that crossed my mind was whether antivirus companies mattered anymore. But on deeper pondering and discussing with a few individuals in the industry, what I realised was that it isn’t a straightforward question to answer.
Intel in talks to sell-off cyber-security division: Report
Intel is reportedly in talks with bankers to sell off Intel Security, its cyber-security division.
Cybersecurity: A boardroom mainstay
Cybersecurity is a serious concern now that threats today are more complex, more targeted, and even customized to attack a particular network’s vulnerabilities.
World Password Day: How to keep digital lives safe and secure
On World Password Day, 2016, Intel Security would shares pointers to avoid being a victim of cyber attack.
Intel Security to help protect Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge
Intel Security has announced that new Samsung Galaxy S7 customers can avail of its mobile security solution.
Most people using dating apps increase their activity around Valentine’s Day: Intel survey
In an effort to understand how consumers are interacting with dating websites/apps, Intel Security conducted a survey to see how people are sharing personal information with potential mates, and running the risk of exposing very personal details to the world.
A closer look at Internet of things, the way Intel sees it unfolding
Discussions around Internet of Things have been gaining momentum over the past couple of years. And given the rise in prominence of mobility, we spoke to Satish Jadhav, Director – IoT, Embedded Sales Group – South Asia at Intel Technology. Here’s what we learned after our interaction with him.
Children even below the age of 13 have Facebook accounts in India: Study
Growing popularity of social networks has a huge number of children in India creating their accounts on Facebook even before they turn 13, a study by Intel Security claimed today. The social media platform has set 13 as the minimum age for a user to create an account.
Ransomware jumps 127%, IoT malware on rise too: McAfee
Cloud adoption has changed the nature of some attacks, as devices are attacked not for the small amount of data that they store, but as a path to where the important data resides.
Samsung collaborates with Intel Security to secure Tizen smartphones
Intel Security announced that it will deliver its McAfee Mobile Security software pre-installed in the first Samsung smartphones running the Tizen open-source operating system.
McAfee Labs detected more than 307 new threats in every minute in Q3:
In 2015, cyber espionage attacks will continue to increase in frequency as long-term players will become stealthier information gatherers...
John McAfee says glad Intel dropping his name from security software
John McAfee, the flamboyant millionaire who founded the eponymous anti-virus software pioneer...