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Three Key Security Trends EXPOsed: Wrapping Up IP EXPO Europe

Another year, another IP EXPO Europe over. With over 300 seminars, 15,000 visitors and keynotes from some of the world’s…

How ShareFile Addresses Data Security Using the Data Breach Triangle

You don’t have to be a security guru to understand the challenges faced by security professionals to help provide a…

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month—Are You Up for the Challenge?

October may be National Cyber Security Month, but for today’s IT professionals, security doesn’t need a special month to raise…

It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over: SWIFT Hacks Continue

There’s no end in sight for SWIFT hacks against banks, but financial institutions can improve the security of your investment…

Identity Federation: Reaching Into Enterprise Apps

Many enterprises still struggle to keep passwords under control, even with single-sign-on technology. Innovation means new services, and each new…

Make Administrator Actions Auditable with Session Recording 7.11

Citrix developed Session Recording Technology for Citrix customers in highly regulated industries like healthcare, finance and government. Enterprises operating in…

Extending the Perimeter to Low-Value Endpoints is a Losing Move

How can Citrix help my security posture? That’s the question of the day. The short answer: With Citrix you keep…

Citrix XenServer Supports Microsoft Plans for Enhanced Virtualization Security

Today, Microsoft announced their intent to extend their Server Virtualization Validation Program (SVVP) with an Additional Qualification for third party…

Automated Security Scanners: What You Need to Know (Part 2)

This is the second installment in a series of articles on automated security scanners and how to interpret their output.…

Citrix Highlights Security & Experience Best Practices at Structure Security

XenMobile is the Citrix EMM solution for enterprises that are looking for a single solution to address both mobile device…

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